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Too many 10/10 scores at finals: are exam question too easy?

VietNamNet Bridge – Reports from 63 local education departments show there are thousands of 10/10 scores at the high school finals, an ‘abnormally’ high number compared with 68 exam papers which had a 10/10 score last year. Before the reports were made public, Deputy Minister of Education Bui Van Ga predicted there would not be ... Read More »

Unemployed uni grads: lazy at study, bad at work, companies say

The latest labor bulletin released by MOLISA showed that 1.1 million people of working age were jobless in the first quarter of 2017. Of these, 138,800 people have bachelor’s or higher degrees. The number of unemployed workers with higher education has decreased by 80,000 (36.5 percent) compared with the fourth quarter of 2016. The unemployment rate of the group was ... Read More »

Parents fret about rising tuition frees in high-quality public schools

VietNamNet Bridge – The news that reputed public schools in Hanoi will increase their tuition fees further in the next academic year has many parents worried. Some reports say the hike in fees would take tuition fees to up to 100 times that of normal public schools in September, when the 2017-2018 begins. The latest surge in fees has come ... Read More »

Vietnamese girl gets highest grade on Russian state language exam

The daughter of a couple who immigrated from Vietnam in the 1980s, Dao Quynh Trang, has graduated from a Russian high school in the province of Pskov with the highest grades. Trang was the only student among her classmates who graduated with honours this year, said the Russian Ministry of Education.  In a conversation with Russian National Television that was ... Read More »

High number of perfect scores no cause for concern: Education Ministry

The Education Ministry yesterday defended the surprising surge in the number of perfect scores in the latest national high school examination results saying they were concentrated in traditionally studious areas. Distribution of national high school examination scores in 3 compulsory subjects. It also pointed out that the surge in perfect scores was accompanied by an increase in the number below ... Read More »

The Hanoi student who loves mathematics

VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Tuan Hoang is not only one of the five top scorers on the high school entrance exams with 18.75 of 20 score, but also placed first on the entrance exam to mathematics major class of the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, the most prestigious high school in Hanoi.  The best students in Hanoi with 45/50 ... Read More »

The Hanoi student who loves mathematics

VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Tuan Hoang is not only one of the five top scorers on the high school entrance exams with 18.75 of 20 score, but also placed first on the entrance exam to mathematics major class of the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, the most prestigious high school in Hanoi.  The best students in Hanoi with 45/50 ... Read More »

How will Vietnamese students be affected by US immigration rules?

VietNamNet Bridge – The news that the US and other western countries are tightening immigration policies may force Vietnamese students to rethink their education plans. Nguyen Phuong Anh, who graduated from Franklin Marshall University and has a full scholarship at Georgetown University, believes that the new policy won’t have negative impact on Vietnamese students. “With the separation of powers, these ... Read More »

School and exam scores different as day and night

VietNamNet Bridge – Parents cannot understand why their children do very well in school, but have low scores at national exams. Analysts blame the disparity on the so-called achievement disease. Song Tra, a teacher at Huynh Thuc Khang High School, said days ago that he heard a complaint from a neighbor that his daughter only got 10.2 score in total ... Read More »

Vietnamese students win high prize at international tourism competition

Students of the RMIT University Vietnam won the second prize of the “Accor Take Off! 2017” competition, an international competition on innovative ideas of Accor Hotel recently held in Paris, France.  The team “Rêveurs de jour” The team named “Rêveurs de jour” consists of three students, Luu Thai Quang Khai (Logistics), Nguyen Thi Truc Van (Professional Communications) and Dam Hanh ... Read More »