More than 95% of students, children of ethnic minorities have a difficult situation, but Nghe An Ethnic Minority Boarding High School No. 2 has 36 students who passed university with 30 points or more in the enrollment season in 2021. .
This year, Nghe An Ethnic Minority Boarding School No. 2 has 149 students (5 classes) who took the high school leaving exam and applied for university admission. According to the school’s statistics, the number of candidates entering the best universities in the country is very high.
|No 2 Nghe An Ethnic Minority Boarding High School has 36 students who passed university with a score of 30 and above in the 2021 enrollment season.|
School Union Secretary Teacher Mai Van Dat shared that this year has been an academic year in which school students achieved many high achievements and that after calculating the priority scores of 36 students, the university entrance exam scores were 30 and above.
18 students (only 12 students in class 12A1) admitted to the best departments of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, 5 students passed Hanoi Medical University, 5 students passed the Public Security Academy. 3 students passed the People’s Police Academy. , 8 students passed the Korean Studies Department, one of the subjects with the highest standard scores, with a score of 30 in 2021.
The rest, also many students scored above 28 and transferred to University of Foreign Trade, National University of Economics, Hanoi National University of Education, Military Medical Academy, Hanoi Law University.
According to Mr. Dat, more than 95% of the school’s students are ethnic minority children. Therefore, children received a priority score of 2.75 (including 1 priority for ethnic minorities and 1.75 priority points in extremely difficult areas). This is also one reason why many students score above 30 points.
However, according to Mr. Dat, the students’ ability to learn is also very good. If the priority score is not calculated, the school also has 40 students out of 27 points.
In the High School Leaving Exam in 2021, 100% of Nghe An Ethnic Minority Boarding High School No. 2 students graduated, even the average score of the second-ranked school in Nghe An state (behind only High School in Nghe An Province) Specializes in Phan Boi Chau).
In particular, the average exam scores of the school students’ 3 subjects in Literature, History and Geography ranked first in the province, even surpassing Phan Boi Chau High School for the Gifted.
In the last three years, students’ high school graduation exam averages were in the 4th place in the province, while there were many students with a score above 27 when entering the university.
|Rector, Nguyen Dau Truong, presented awards to the teachers with high scores at the opening ceremony of the last academic year.|
Mr. Nguyen Dau Truong, Principal of Nghe An Ethnic Minority Boarding High School No. 2, said that he was very pleased with the result that almost 100% of the students entered the university this year. Among 72 ethnic minority students who scored 27 and above in Nghe An province, there are 40 students in the school.
“Teachers like us, who have achieved such successful results with students, feel very happy and happy because all this hard work and effort has finally paid off. The school’s students are ethnic children, so they get priority marks for college entrance, but basically have excellent academic performance,” said Mr. Truong.
According to Mr. Truong, boarding students here also never have to think about taking extra lessons. Mr. Truong said, “Strictly follow the school’s boarding students 2-day study rules and make sure you grasp the knowledge.”
“This result also partially shows that ethnic minority students do not have to be poorly educated, but the fundamentally new method of education is important. This shows that the professional working and training methods of the school are properly implemented.”
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