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More than 20,000 students will be excluded from public schools

One vs three

According to the Department of Education and Training, out of 108 public high schools, Mac Dinh Chi High School has the highest number of candidates registering for 1st choice with 1,903 students; followed by Hung Vuong High School with 1,835 students, Marie Curie with 1,829 students, Gia Dinh with 1,749 students. The next schools with a higher number of candidates registering for option 1 than 1,500 students include Vo Truong Toan, Thu Duc, Nguyen Trung Truc, Phu Nhuan, and Truong Chinh. Regarding the match ratio, Nguyen Huu Huan High School has the highest fighting ratio (1 vs 3.21), Nguyen Thuong Hien High School has a fighting rate of 1/2.99. Next are the high schools Gia Dinh, Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Mac Dinh Chi, Le Quy Don… with a level of 1 vs 2 or more.

Exam for 10th grade in Ho Chi Minh City: More than 20,000 students will be excluded from public schools - Photo 1.

Ho Chi Minh City students are worried about final exams due to the impact of 2 years of the COVID-19 epidemic

For class 10, the school with the highest number of registered students is still Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted with more than 3,100 registered students, while the quota is nearly 900, in both specialized and non-specialized classes. Tran Dai Nghia High School for the Gifted also has more than 1,100 registered students.

Meanwhile, Ho Chi Minh City has 37 high schools with a fighting ratio of less than 1, the number of registrations is less than 50% of the total target, such as Long Truong, Nguyen Van Tang, Ngo Gia Tu, Le Thi Hong Gam, and Phong Phu high schools. , Nguyen Van Linh… This means that there is a shortage of students even if they fully participate in the exam and pass the exam.

The 10-year entrance exam of Ho Chi Minh City will take place on June 11 and 12. From now until May 16, students can adjust their wishes. Registration form for candidates will be distributed from 19/5.


After finalizing his wish to enter three high schools, Bao Anh, a 9th grader at Go Vap Middle School, started racing with revision. Despite having a fairly good academic record, Bao Anh also expressed concern because these are the top three schools and in the middle of the area where he resides, the match rate is always higher than other schools. “In addition to studying according to the school’s schedule, I have also registered to take extra classes outside of Math and English since Tet until now. In the near future, when I finish all the subjects at school, I will focus on my schedule and increase my time to practice for exams outside”, Bao Anh said.

After the end of the second semester, from May 15, more than 600 students of grade 9 at Tran Van On Secondary School (District 1) entered a 3-week review period. Ms. Le Thi Thanh Giang, Principal of the school, said that students will review for 3 exams: Literature, Mathematics, and Foreign Language with a fee of 200,000 VND/subject, in a completely voluntary spirit. Students will study 4 mornings/week.

According to a reporter’s survey, most secondary schools have finished the second semester exam and entered the “campaign” to review the 10th grade exam for students. Ms. Nguyen Thi Tuyet Nga, Principal of Hau Giang Secondary School (District 11), said that the review plan for 9th grade students will start on May 16 (when the 9th grade program has been completed). Mr. Nguyen Ba Tuoc, Vice Principal of Ly Thanh Tong Secondary School (District 8), said that the school is planning to organize for students to take the test by themselves to practice and get used to the exam time in grade 10.

Quality drops

According to Ms. Le Thi Thanh Giang, Principal of Tran Van On Secondary School, the learning quality of 9th grade students this year is lower than every year because the whole 1st semester has to study online, in the 2nd semester, it’s face-to-face. stuck with F0, F1 for a long time. Mr. Cao Duc Khoa, Principal of Huynh Khuong Ninh Secondary School (District 1), said that the 9th graders this year suffered a lot of disadvantages when they studied online for two consecutive years because of the epidemic.

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