Ukrainian students take National Subject Test in Rancho Cordova, with hopes to return home

The NMT testing center was set up at the UA House headquarters in Rancho Cordova, located at 11290 Point East Drive. This year, Ukrainian high school graduates could take the National Multi-Subject Test remotely in Sacramento, one of only two cities in the country offering this opportunity for Ukrainian teens (KCRA).

The National Multi-Subject Test is a crucial examination for Ukrainian students wishing to pursue higher education. By offering the NMT in Rancho Cordova, the Ukrainian American House provided these students with a chance to take a significant step towards their academic goals, even while seeking refuge in the United States.

The test was administered on June 1st and June 4th, giving students two opportunities to sit for the exam (Ukrainian American House). The NMT covers a range of subjects, including Language and Mathematics, preparing students for the academic rigors of university study (Facebook).

For these young Ukrainians, taking the National Multi-Subject Test in Rancho Cordova represents more than just an academic milestone. It’s a testament to their resilience, a symbol of hope, and a crucial step towards building a brighter future, both for themselves and for their war-torn homeland. As they navigate the challenges of seeking refuge and pursuing their education, these students embody the indomitable spirit of the Ukrainian people.