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Some 12th graders in Hanoi brought "offerings" such as light bulbs, ballpoint pens and paper with their names, addresses, and exam registration numbers to the Temple of Literature to pray for good luck for the upcoming high school graduation exam.

Students prepare for exams amid COVID-19 pandemic

As the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic hit the country ahead of many important exams, changes to the format of the tests have been made to ensure the safety of students. 

Da Nang, Quang Nam ask for high school exam to be scrapped

The 2020 national high school exam is scheduled to be held across the country on August 9 and 10.

High school graduation examination to be held on August 9 and 10

The seminal high school graduation examination, hosted by the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), is poised to take place from August 9 to 10 after constant changes in dates and formats. 

 

Transport Ministry to continue recruiting officials through exams

 VietNamNet Bridge – This fourth quarter, the Ministry of Transport will continue organizing contests to choose heads of the departments of transportation, road safety and inland waterways, says Minister Dinh La Thang.

Chinese workers in Vietnam invited to protest illegal oil drill

Around 400 workers from the northern province of Thai Binh made a motorbike trip to Haiphong City, in a bid to urge Chinese workers to oppose the illegal oil rig in Vietnamese waters.

Under pressure of exams, many students develop mental disorders

 VietNamNet Bridge – Clinics and consulting rooms have reported sharp increases in the numbers of patients who are students suffering from mental and emotional disorders due to the hard pressures of the exam season.

Transport Ministry selects Road Administration chief after exams

 VietNamNet Bridge - Mr. Nguyen Van Huyen - Chief Inspector of the Ministry of Transport – is the victor in the first-ever exams to find a new chief of the Vietnam Road Administration, which was held on April 25-26 in Hanoi.

Students feel uneasy about unfamiliar way of raising exam questions

 VietNamNet Bridge – The decision by the Ministry of Education and Training on shortening the duration of the philology exam to 120 minutes, and a warning about the new method of raising exam questions, have put high-school students on tenterhooks.

Four officials to race for VN Road Administration’s chief position

 VietNamNet Bridge - Four candidates have registered for the exams, scheduled on April 4, to be recruited as head of the Vietnam Road Administration, the first-ever exams of this kind in Vietnam.

HCM City to choose government officials through contests

 VietNamNet Bridge - HCM City People's Committee has approved a plan on organizing contests to select heads and vice heads of departments of the municipal and district-level agencies in order to choose qualified officials.

Hired learners, high examinees make big money in exam season

Being present at roll call or attending exams under the names of other students have become very popular services. Other supporting services, including the student card or doctor’s certificate forging, have also mushroomed.

Foreign languages no longer compulsory subjects for finals

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has decided that foreign languages would not be the compulsory exam subjects in the 2013-2014 finals.

Students may have to attend math, literature exams to finish high schools

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam plans to make big changes with its national education system after 2015. Students would have two exam subjects for the finals – math and literature – instead of six as currently.

The East Sea appears in university entrance exams

Two of the four questions of the geography subject of this year’s university entrance exam require candidates to present their knowledge about the East Sea and the strategic significance of Vietnam’s islands.

Students flock to HCM City for university entrance exams

 VietNamNet Bridge – This morning, July 1, thousands of students in southern provinces flocked to HCM City to prepare for the university entrance examinations on July 4 and 9.

Many officials fail in scale upgrading examination

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that in the recent personnel scale upgrade examination for public servants, about 30 percent of the participants failed, most of them are officials.

Students practice reading at preparatory class for university entrance exams

 VietNamNet Bridge – This odd thing took place in a preparatory class for university entrance exams in Hanoi.

Children gear up to prepare for primary school entrance exams

Hanoi’s parents have been intensively preparing their children for the entrance exams to “star” primary schools.

The first province recruits senior officials through examinations

After two days of examination, Quang Ninh has become the first province in Vietnam sucessufully choosing the Deputy Director of the Department of Information and Communication and the Head of the Management Board of Ha Long Bay from 11 candidates.