More than 887,000 students nationwide on June 24 officially began the 2019 national high school exam at a total of 1,980 exam venues, with 38,050 exam rooms.
|Over 887,000 students nationwide officially began the 2019 national high school exam at a total of 1,980 exam venues on June 24.|
Among the 887,104 registered candidates, the number of candidates who are getting results for high school graduation only is 233,977 (accounting for 26.38%), 30,202 candidates are only getting results for college admission(3.4%), while candidates looking to get both results for high school graduation and college admission total 622,925 (70.22%)
The official exam questions have been safely transferred to all localities on June 14; by June 20, the preparatory exam question was handed over;
On the day of the examination procedure, the councils at the exam venues will organise a meeting; in the afternoon from 2:00 pm, candidates will fill in the exam procedures.
Candidates will begin the exams on June 25, with the Literature test in the morning (120 minutes) and Math in the afternoon (90 minutes). On June 26, student will complete the examinations for natural science (150 minutes) and foreign language (60 minutes). On June 27, the examination for social sciences will take place (150 minutes).