Graduation tests now end in other foreign languages ​​and more difficult mathematics


Updates: 04.05.2022 00:28

Prague – estates from German, Russian, French and Spanish are ending today for graduates with a period of didactic tests. Today, there will be 1851 students who preferred a foreign language before choosing mathematics. About 56,000 graduates who chose English took the test on Monday. Compulsory Czech was written by everyone on Tuesday. Most of this year’s roughly 70,100 high school graduates have already passed the didactic tests.

Today, those interested will also pass an optional, more difficult mathematics exam. There are 2778 pupils registered, ie 21 less than last year. These are most often high school students. The standard math test was written by graduates on Monday.

The share of registered in German, Russian and French decreased compared to last year, rising slightly only in Spanish. Interest in German, which is the second most popular foreign language after English, has fallen most sharply since 2011. While in 2011 9835 people chose her at the state school-leaving examination, this year 1069.

In addition to tests, oral and written examinations are taken from foreign languages ​​in the same way as from Czech. These were previously also part of the joint part of the school-leaving examination organized by Cermat, but the amendment from 2020 moved them to the school level. The styles were written by graduates mostly in April. The oral exam period will run from May 16 to June 10. The specific date was set by the school principals.

According to the 2020 decree, the test results are not graded, but are evaluated as a percentage and with the words “passed” or “failed”. Schools are expected to receive the results from Cermat on May 15 and pass them on to students no later than the day after. According to Cermat, the analysis of the results will be available to the public from June 8.


Source: České noviny – hlavní události by www.ceskenoviny.cz.

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