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The paper considers the problems of the complexity of students’ transition between the two levels of education. It discusses the assistance measures aimed at overcoming the diffiсulties of this transition, as well as the possibilities and necessity of applying innovative technologies for teaching physics at a technical university when moving to a multi-level training system. A modern communicative approach is proposed for mutual interaction in the «school – university» system by creating a computer-based distance learning program for schoolchildren, including theoretical training modules, diagnostic and control testing. Priorities are set in the training of engineers, taking into account the need for self-education. Attention is drawn to the need for schoolchildren to adapt to higher education, to fi gaps in elementary knowledge of physics and mathematics. The average score in physics is compared, which was obtained on the Uniform State Exam, both in terms of years of admission to the university, and the choice of the future profession. The paper features the results of the «entrance control» in comparison with the results of the examination in physics during the fi examination session. In this paper, we discussed a wide range of events held at the Kuzbass State Technical University for future entrants, which contribute to the formation of motivation for the creative approach to the choice of the future profession, as well as for activities that result in activation of independent work and control of knowledge obtained as a result of studying the discipline.

information and communication technologies for teaching physics, electronic educational resources, distance learning, general professional competences, independent work of students in physics, computer and vocational guidance testing
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