### Oral part

The oral part usually will take place a day after the written part.
A student draw a set of questions. Each student should prepare your answers within approximately 40 minutes.
During the oral part only pencil and paper are allowed.
Then the student should present answers and should answer complementary quetions.
Each set of questions consists of the following:

- definition of the key notion (0 points),

- definition (5 points),

- definition (5 points),

- statement of a theorem (5 points),

- statement of a theorem (5 points) and its proof (10 points),

- statement of a theorem (5 points) and its proof (10 points),

- statement of a theorem (5 points) and its proof (10 points).

A necessary condition for passing the oral part is to know and to understand all key notions,

further, it is also necessary to gain

** at least 35 points**.

List of key notions
Sample set