Last week, began to print graduation tests, and students finally decide on which subjects and what difficulty they graduate. The results of their decisions on Friday published ČTK.
In total 86 percent of students have chosen a lighter difficult tests and 61 percent of seniors prefer to test in a foreign language before the math. Even so, interest in mathematics due to failure in the October rehearsal by Education Minister Josef Dobes unexpectedly high. In addition, a heavier version for the highest proportion chose mathematics test – almost a quarter. More difficult tests in the English version will comprise 19 percent of students from the German six percent. Only eight percent of students will do the harder of the examination.
A new form of GCSE conducted by the state will take more than 98 000 high school students.
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