Latest News about exam cheating
Hoa Binh provincial authorities today fired Bui Trong Dac, director of the provincial Department of Education and Training, for his mismanagement leading to the high-profile score manipulation scandal.
The floor exam marks announced by many universities are surprisingly low, raising concerns about the quality of input students.
Between July 2018 and February 2019, criminal investigations were launched against 12 officials in Ha Giang, Son La and Hoa Binh provinces for falsifying exam results.
Son La, Hoa Binh and Ha Giang, which were involved in a high-profile score manipulation scandal in 2018, were listed among the 10 localities with the lowest average scores for the national high school graduation exam 2019.
Eight former educators and police officers implicated in the 2018 national high school examination scam in the northern upland province of Son La could face jail terms of one to 10 years.
It’s normal to see exam papers with below average (5/10) scores but abnormal to see so many bad marks, analysts say.
In a two-week period ending on June 4, secondary school graduates took a series of important exams in their lives.
Some defendants in the exam cheating scandal said that VND1 billion was paid for each ‘exam score fabrication’.
The list of provincial leaders who have children or relatives whose exam results were fabricated in the 2018 high school finals has been published in some newspapers.
The number of 12th graders registering to attend the entrance exams to universities has decreased since 2017.
As many as 222 students have been found involved in the 2018 high school final exam cheating scandal which is shaking up the Vietnamese education system. Many of them are reportedly the children of local high-ranking officials.