For graduates, the special term of didactic tests begins today

10,929 high school students signed up for it, of which 94 percent want to correct their previous result. The tests will be written in 99 schools designated by Cermat. Today there will be a test in mathematics and English, on Thursday in Czech and on Friday in other foreign languages ​​and optional harder mathematics.

The Minister of Education Robert Plaga (for YES) decided on the extraordinary graduation date in March in response to the covid-19 epidemic and long-term distance learning. This is one of the measures that should have relieved graduates in a non-standard situation. In addition, the ministry has also extended the time for didactic tests for this year or abolished the obligation for styles and oral language exams.

According to Cermat, the failure rate for graduation tests in May fell from 17.7 percent to 11.2 percent year on year. Out of the total number of 68,613 graduates who took the exam for the first time, 7708 failed the test. In the inclusion of graduates who registered for the exam several times, 10,576 failed. 10,307 graduates decided to sign up for today’s resit. For 642 students, this is an alternative date. Some will pass both a corrective and a substitute exam.

The regular date of didactic tests took place from 24 to 26 May. They could be composed by all pupils in the last year who passed in the first half of the current school year. The tests did not have to be written by medical and social students who helped in hospitals and nursing homes due to the covid-19 epidemic.

The results of the extraordinary term will be received by school principals from Cermat on July 19, and the graduates should find out no later than the following day.

Source: EuroZprá by

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