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This document is intended for anyone having the responsibility for the policy or the practice of examination and selection systems in physics, whether at the completion stages of secondary education, or the entrance stages of higher education. The book contains 13 chapters written by authors from 11 different countries. Each chapter was written and/or edited to include the general features of: the country's system of entrance examination; the results and uses for university admission; the examination methods used; the statistical analysis of results; the links with schools, teachers, and pupils; and opinions on the quality and the effects of using the examinations. The chapters presented, including participating countries, are as follows: (1) Introduction to the Study (Paul Black); (2) Entrance to the University of Botswana (Wacek Kijewski); (3) University Entrance in Brasil (Marcos de Fonseca Elia and others); (4) The National Examination in China (Shu-tong Cong); (5) The National Examination in Egypt (R. Kamel Wassef); (6) The French System of Entrance Examinations (Francoise Langlois); (7) National Entrance Examinations in Hungary (Ervin Gecso); (8) The University Tests in Japan (Tae Ryu); (9) University Entrance in Poland (Tomasz Plazak; Zygmunt Mazur); (10) Sweden - School Assessments and Central Tests (Kjell Gisselberg, Gunilla Johansson); (11) The A-Level Examination in the U.K. (Ken Dobson); (12) School Grades - Standard Tests the U.S.A. System (E. Leonard Jossem); and (13) Issues and Comparisons (Paul Black). ZWH

Descriptors: College Entrance Examinations, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, International Educational Exchange, International Studies, Physics, Science Education, Science Tests











Author: Black, Paul, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=12030&id=ED371957



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