On the afternoon of June 10, Mr. Nguyen Huy Lieu, Rector of High School for the Gifted in Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Hanoi National University) said that the school had just announced the winning standard. enroll in specialized classes. Matriculation scores include scores in Mathematics, Literature, English and specialized subjects (coefficient of 2).
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This year, the school received more than 1,000 applications for the 10th grade exam, with the highest rate of competition 1/9. In which, Literature is the most crowded – 675, History and Dia are 209 and 199 respectively.
With the target of 75, the Literature major class has the ratio of 1/9, the highest among the three classes. History and Geography each class recruited 35, the ratio is equivalent to 5.9 and 5.7. In addition, the school also set aside 30 targets for high-quality classes.
In order to take the exam, candidates need to have a grade of academic ability, conduct of the school year and graduate from high school with good grades or higher. Candidates will take four written exams including Literature, Mathematics, English (morning) and subject (afternoon). The exam is built in the form of essays with Literature (90 minutes) and specialized subjects (150 minutes), multiple-choice tests for Math and English (45 minutes for each subject).
The admission score is the sum of the scores of the exam subjects on a 10-point scale, in which the specialized subject is multiplied by a factor of two. The school does not add priority points in enrollment, does not consider admission directly.
With high-quality classes, the school will recruit candidates who do not pass the specialized program, whose test scores are 4 or higher in each subject, and who register for admission to high-quality classes. The admission score for this class is the sum of three general subjects, excluding specialized subjects.
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