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Russians are also big fond of live performances at theatres and since tickets are affordable (prices in cinemas and theatres are comparable), they enjoy attending theatres: opera, musical, ballet, drama etc. The theatre culture was developed during the Soviet times when tickets were sold through schools and enterprises: cities were divided into areas and there was a theatre agent responsible for each particular area.The agent would bring tickets for distribution to every enterprise and school in his area and the person responsible for "culture sector" would organize collective visit to the theatre.On the entrance exams at universities and colleges only questions from the general course of the secondary school can be asked.Universities and colleges accept students according to the results of entrance tests, and not according to their marks at school, though having excellent marks can help (for example, you would only have to pass 1-2 exams instead of regular 4).Church survives selling candles and reminder notes and charging for services such as baptizing, weddings and funerals. A couple has to register their marriage with government authorities first to be allowed to have church ceremony performed.Medical aid and education in Russia are free, though Russians joke that education becomes less and less free with every year.Foreigners would just give up; Russians believe there is always a roundabout.

Most subjects in the course of a secondary school are mandatory for all schools throughout the whole Russia, and only since recently there are some subjects that students can choose in addition to the general course.In the same secondary school course (11 years school qualification is mandatory in Russia) they study world literature, world music, and world geography.Many books of western authors are mandatory reading in the course of literature (in Russian translation of course).Russian saying is, "One is not a soldier in the battlefield".In Russia, one still needs to know people in power to make things work.