5 simple tips for Turkmen applicants when entering a university18.07.2023 | 22:03 |
The admission campaign in Turkmenistan started on Monday. 25 universities are ready to accept thousands of high school graduates. This is a difficult period not only for applicants, but also for their parents, who are worried no less, and even more than their children for the process of "turning" a student into a student to be completed successfully.
It is understandable: up to fifty thousand people under 35 apply for about 15 thousand places. The "acceptance" itself will last until July 30. Conditionally, it can be divided into three periods — passing a medical examination, filing documents and directly entrance exams. ORIENT has picked up "working" tips on how not to make elementary mistakes and make filing documents more productive, because even this seemingly simple stage can become a headache.
Do not be afraid of a medical examination, the standard procedure will take less time than it seems.
A huge queue at the gates of the student polyclinic, formed from former schoolchildren of the whole city, can scare any applicant who needs a cherished certificate with seals. And the simplest "trick" that will help the applicant to pass a medical examination quickly and without problems: just do it. The queue is deceptive, because it replenishes as quickly as it melts. Doctors of the city student polyclinic are experienced specialists who know how to "put on the conveyor" medical examination without compromising its results.
The first thing to do is to find an office for issuing a referral. Then you go to the backyard of the hospital, where you undergo an X—ray, and then you pass the main tests in the 1st office, which is located right next to the entrance. It is these two steps — X—rays and tests - that take most of the time, then everything will go like clockwork, ophthalmologists, dentists, surgeons and other specialized doctors do not force queues to stand idle. The most important thing is to wait for each of them sequentially, without taking up all the queues in a row, this can end in confusion and unnecessary squabbles.
Don't fill out documents, make drafts.
Many applicants come with a variety of papers filled with various and, sometimes, completely unnecessary information. Various certificates, diplomas, data tables and questionnaires — all these unnecessary preparations take a lot of time. The only thing that an applicant needs to do is to prepare a draft version of a data table with information about the family, including the place of birth, registration, place of work of its members, etc. All documents marked in the required section are filled in at the university itself, including a questionnaire, a data table, an application and other data.
There is a specific sample, at the sight of which all the papers filled in at home simply depreciate. Therefore, it is better to save time and simply collect the necessary data, having previously recorded them in "notes". Students participating in the admission campaign as volunteers will tell you the order of filling in.
By the way, it is better to stock up on several copies of each template, because it is unlikely to be possible to fill out a separate document without blots the first time, and if there is a queue behind you, then you may lose your place at the filling table while you go to print out new sheets. If you are entering a paid department, it is better to come with a parent so that he writes a receipt about the obligations to pay for studies.
Applicants with a fresh residence permit, which is less than a year old, need to get form No. 3 from the house administration.
The form of clothing is free, but correct.
Applicants who are ready to submit all documents must comply with the dress code for admission to the university. For this case, it's better to forget about shorts and bermudas. Avoid excessive or insufficient clothing. Guys can wear jeans, a T—shirt or a shirt, and girls can wear an elongated dress, it is recommended to collect their hair.
Do not lose the applicant's "crust" and do not forget your passport before the exam.
The "crust" to the applicant is an insignificant piece of paper, but very important. In fact, it serves as an entrance ticket to the entrance exams, without it you simply will not be allowed. On its back side, they mark whether the applicant has passed this or that exam or not, and on the last of them they put a seal on admission. Use the folder, putting this crust and passport in it — this is the only thing that can be useful before the exam. In general, the loss of any document can be "fatal" during this period.
Follow the flow, trusting your knowledge.
When the documents are accepted, it remains just to "go with the flow" of this process: names are read out, an exam is held. In addition to the members of the commission, there are also video surveillance systems for monitoring. Here mistakes and missteps will not pass, the answer must be clear and accurate, corresponding to the topic of the ticket. If the members of the commission released you, but you do not know whether you passed or not, remember about the reverse side of the "crust", which just contains the answer to this question. However, you will not be able to linger in the corridors, because the exams have become so autonomous that you yourself will not notice how you were escorted outside.
The only thing that every applicant should understand: if you know the subject, then you can easily tell the topic and answer the counter questions of the commission members.