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    Russian Language Test / History / Law Testing Centres

    I used to have a list of all the centres where it is possible to take the exam. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find it. Does anyone know where to find it or have recommendations where to go? I'd rather not have to go all the way out to RUDN or Sakhoravo (somewhere in the centre would be ideal). Also, does my memory serve me right that I have to go out to RUDN or MGU to pick up the document anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentNight View Post
    I used to have a list of all the centres where it is possible to take the exam. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find it. Does anyone know where to find it or have recommendations where to go? I'd rather not have to go all the way out to RUDN or Sakhoravo (somewhere in the centre would be ideal). Also, does my memory serve me right that I have to go out to RUDN or MGU to pick up the document anyway?

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    if i had to do the test, i still would schlepp out to Sacharovo. They are not interested as such to fail people, because they want to make money. of course - repeaters - also bring money. but news get around very quick. it is obvious though that you have to pass the minimum requirements. But the main thing is, it is THEIR center, their documents and no question can be asked later on.( it was for me also the same with any payments that have to be made, for anything.i use their bank, the ladies there know what we need much better then we ourselves. and no question about a wrong account, a wrong number, the money is not there, or a million other questions. it is their center, their bank and once you have all the stubs, no questions will be asked...easier on ones own nerves also..)
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    If you google центр тестирования по русскому языку several sites come up offering Russian language tests. Here are half a dozen of them:

    http://rf-test.ru/
    https://centrevraz.ru/
    http://russian-test.com/
    http://gct.msu.ru/o-tsentre/
    https://www.msu.ru/info/struct/golov...h-grazhdan.php
    http://testrf.ru/

    It doesn't matter where you take the test and there is no reason to schlepp out to Sakharovo to take it.

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    Found the link if anyone else needs the full list.

    http://testcons.ru/centers/

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    I would probably take my test next year in St.Petersburg. Still need to prepare myself. 1 year should be enough time for me to learn some Russian language. I hope I can pass the test on my first try. I am just worried that I could not pass the damn test

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    Try and get some preparation help with Language link who do the tests. I passed, and I'm totally useless.

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    By the way, for those who have taken the test and passed for Permanent residency, you no longer need to take it again. What a relief!

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    Yes I'm serious. Permanent residency lasts for five years And you have to apply again. I few months back I thought I had to take the test again but that no longer applies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsimpson View Post
    Try and get some preparation help with Language link who do the tests. I passed, and I'm totally useless.
    That's awesome.. I am kind worried about it actually. Thanks for the info

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