Piataks will be tested in mathematics and teaching language


The school teachers give 30 mathematical tests and 30 lessons from the language of teaching.

21 November 2018 at 11:21 AM TASR

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Bratislava. Primary schools have written on Wednesday exams. It is filled with 50,470 pupils from around Skacka at around 1,470 primary schools, and there are 3219 pupils with Hungarian and 15 languages ​​with Ukrainian language 140 pupils.

TASR details for the communications department and the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Republic of Slovakia.

Testing pupils study language and literature in mathematics and Slovakia in schools with Slovakian teaching language throughout the day. In Hungarian language schools, pupils will test mathematics and Hungarian language and literature, and Ukrainian language schools will be authenticated in language and literature in mathematics and in Ukrainian. Pupils with special educational needs who attend exams. Pupils' education dependency is based on educational programs designed for pupils with mental disabilities.

Teachers finish exams with 30 maths and 30 lessons from the language of teaching. They will have 60 minutes for both subjects. There are 20 tests in mathematical examinations and they have a sufficiently numerical answer. For ten additional activities, pupils will have a choice of options A, B, C and D. In their language of learning, there will be 20 questions with a choice of correct answers, and the ten questions that need a short answer.

Schools with appropriate computer equipment and internet access, provided by the National Institute of Supported Measurement in early November were the ability to; preparing pupils through electronic tests. This option was used with 336 primary schools and more than 8,000 paid-out exams in mathematics, language and Slovak literature and Hungarian language and literature.

The results of the inspection should be provided by the basic schools in December, the results of pupils and schools will be published in January 2019. The aim of the inspection is to begin initial assessment of the knowledge and skills of early stage children.

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