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More than 93,000 students throughout Hanoi took part in the 10th grade entrance exam for the upcoming school year on June 12.

Entrance exams to high schools even tougher than university exams

VietNamNet Bridge - The number of students to sit the entrance exam to state-owned high schools in 2018 is expected to be 24,000 higher than in 2017. 

Students study 16 hours a day to prepare for high-school entrance exams

VietNamNet Bridge - Secondary school graduates are now gearing up to prepare for the high-school entrance exams, slated for June 9. 

Parents race to enroll children in primary schools

VietNamNet Bridge - The competition to enter primary schools has already begun, though official enrollment will only begin in mid-June.

Schools complain about Education Ministry's intervention in enrollment plans

VietNamNet Bridge - Universities have shown strong opposition against MOET’s intervention in their enrollment plans, saying that it should be the work of schools.

Vietnamese pianist wins Russian prize

 VietNamNet Bridge – A Vietnamese teenager has won the first prize in a Russian competition for young pianists recently held in Moscow

High school entrance exams over, but worries continue

VietNamNet Bridge - The math and literature questions raised at the high school entrance exam were viewed as being within students’ capacity to answer. Students said they could finish the tests before the deadline.

Schools struggle to choose from large pool of ‘excellent’ students

VietNamNet Bridge - Secondary schools in Hanoi are finding it hard to select the best students among thousands of primary school graduates with excellent marks.

Hanoi National University revolutionizes nat’l high school exam

VietNamNet Bridge - The Hanoi National University (HNU) has said it has successfully organized the key test to select best students. Educators have suggested applying the new exam model for national high school finals.

Exam reform leads to closing of exam-preparation centers

VietNamNet Bridge - University entrance-exam preparation centers, which mushroomed in number some years ago, will be shut down because of a new exam regulation.

Hanoians, educators continue to complain about exam enrolment scheme

VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi students say they are disappointed as they cannot attend entrance exams to famous schools, while educators have claimed that investors will not pour money into private schools.

Entrance exam ban poses tough questions

 VietNamNet Bridge – Summer, the examination season for Vietnamese students, is coming. This means lots of pressure are waiting for students; but not for fifth graders because they don't have to take lower secondary school entrance exams any more.

MOET’s entrance-exam ban could lead to payments for seats at the best schools

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) vows to eliminate classes for the gifted at primary and secondary education levels. However, such classes still exist, just under other names.

Students wait for new enrolment rules

The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) still has not released the national examination and enrolment regulations for 2015. Meanwhile, many universities have released their own enrolment plans.

Reputable universities hesitate to enroll exceptional students

 VietNamNet Bridge – The new regulations by the Ministry of Education and Training on enrolling national excellent students to universities are unconvincing to many schools.

Two phases of University Entrance Exams over

The Ministry of Education and Training announced that in the two phases of the University Entrance Exams, 1,673,628 students registered of which 1,298,522 actually sat for the all important exam to enter colleges and universities.