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Over eight in ten Polish pupils pass final exams

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Paweł Kononczuk 12.09.2017 10:23
More than eight in ten pupils rounding off their school education in Poland passed their final exams this year, officials said on Tuesday.
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Poland’s Central Examination Board said 84.5 percent passed the exams earlier this year, slightly down from last year’s 85 percent.

The success rate in the written exam in the Polish language was 98 percent, in mathematics the pass rate was 86 percent, and in English, the most popular foreign language among pupils, the pass rate was 95 percent.

Poland’s “matura” school leaving exams are a rite of passage and a test that determines teenagers’ future to a large degree.


Source: PAP

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