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Over 925,000 candidates registered for national high school exam

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The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has announced that there are more than 925,000 students that have registered to sit the high school graduation and college entrance exams.

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Among the registered candidates, 642,587 candidates have registered to take the exams for college admission.

 

37% have applied to take natural science tests and 48% have registered for social sciences, while 4% have registered to sit both combined tests. 11% of the remaining candidates have registered to take the composition exam of the combined test.

The 2018 exam structure will consist of 60% of basic knowledge and 40% of advanced knowledge in order to classify the candidates.

The national high school exam is designed to obtain results for the consideration of high school graduation and admission to universities and colleges.

 

 

Source: Nhan Dan

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