Update news university entrance exams
High school teachers in non-metropolitan areas are worried their students can’t get into top universities due to different entry requirements from the schools.
A medical university has offered free training to a student in Thanh Hoa Province after his moving story of helping a disabled friend at school was shared.
VietNamNet Bridge - The high rate of unemployed university graduates has been blamed on inadequate training.
VietNamNet Bridge – The new national high school examination this year was a failure, forcing students to gamble on their futures, a veteran educator said.
VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has released new regulations for high school finals, but students are worried the tests will be difficult and prevent them from attending university.
VietNamNet Bridge – Universities say they still cannot make any decisions about 2015 enrolment because they need to wait for a final decision from the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET).
VietNamNet Bridge – Under a new regulation that allows students to apply at up to nine schools, educators fear the enrolment figures could cause confusion for administrators.
VietNamNet Bridge – Twelfth-grade students have suggested holding a dialogue with the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) about university entrance-examination reform.
VietNamNet Bridge – Fields Medalist Professor Ngo Bao Chau has supported abolishing high-school graduation exams due to many irregularities rather than suspending university entrance exams.
VietNamNet Bridge – Most of the students who placed first or recorded high marks on university entrance exams are from rural areas or poor families.
VietNamNet Bridge – Educators discussed three methods for organising the 2015 national high school exam at a meeting hosted by the Ministry of Education and Training yesterday, July 29, in the capital.
The second phase of the 2014 national university entrance exams kicked off on the morning of July 9, with some 575,180 candidates sitting the exams, which run through July 10.
VietNamNet Bridge – It’s exam time once again in Vietnam. And if students are feeling under the gun, they can take some comfort in knowing that they’re not alone.
According to new regulations of the Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam heroic mothers, revolutionary activists before January 1, 1945 will have two bonus marks if they take part in the university entrance examinations.
VietNamNet Bridge – Some universities have sent their marketing officers to high schools, exam rooms to persuade high school graduates to continue the university education at their schools.