English scores slightly better than Polish in the latest matriculation exam results

The matriculation exam results have been released, revealing that students achieved higher scores in the English exam compared to the Polish exam this year.

The Central Examination Board (CKE) reported that 84.1 of students passed the maturity exam this year. 5.5 did not succeed initially, while 10.4 are set to take resits in August.

The Central Examination Board (CKE) reported that 84.1% of students passed the maturity exam this year. 5.5% did not succeed initially, while 10.4% are set to take resits in August.jump1987/pixaby.com/CC0

The Central Examination Board (CKE) reported that 84.1% of students passed the maturity exam this year. 5.5% did not succeed initially, while 10.4% are set to take resits in August.

According to the data, students performed best in the compulsory written part of the modern foreign language exam, with English being the most popular choice.

An impressive 96% of students achieved a passing grade in English, while 95% passed the Polish exam. Mathematics had the lowest pass rate as usual, with 89% of high school graduates obtaining a positive result.

Students were required to pass at least five exams at the basic level, including three written exams in Polish, Mathematics, and a modern foreign language, as well as two oral exams in Polish and a foreign language.

Candidates needed to score at least 30% to pass the basic exams. Additionally, they had to sit at least one advanced-level exam, which did not have a minimum pass threshold.

Across the country, students from the Mazovian Voivodeship achieved the highest results, with 71.98% of the 33,577 students who took the matriculation exam passing successfully. On the other hand, students from the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship performed the worst. Out of 6,488 students taking the exam there, only 59.72% passed.

Percentage results of the matriculation exam in Poland by voivodeships.                 Percentage results of the matriculation exam in Poland by voivodeships.

Those who did not meet the required minimum in the compulsory exams can take retests on August 20-21, covering the written part on the first day and the oral part on the second day. The results of these retests will be announced on September 10.

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Radio Poland

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