The best performance in optional exams is not only for students of big cities – in Latvia – News

This year, the highest results in the centralized chemistry exam were achieved at Rēzekne State 1st Gymnasium, where the average grade of one student is 93.3%, and at Saldus Secondary School, where a student obtained 92.7%. At RTU Secondary School of Engineering, where 24 students took the chemistry exam, they managed to get 87.2% of the results and the fifth place according to the average indicators.

On the other hand, the lowest results in the chemistry exam were achieved in JG Herder’s Riga Grizinkalns Secondary School, where one student who received 17.3% chose to take the exam, and in Smiltene Technical School, where the average score of two students is 18.7%.

In biology, the highest results were achieved this year in Rudzāti Secondary School, where one examiner scored 86.7%, as well as one student of Daugavpils 12th Secondary School scored 81.3% in the exam. Also at Ernst Glika Alūksne State Gymnasium, one student had chosen to take an exam in biology and obtained 77.3%, while the average grade of eight students at RTU Engineering Secondary School was 75.3%.

The lowest results in the biology exam were registered at Riga Secondary School No. 65, where one student chose to take the exam, who obtained 16.7%. The second lowest result was recorded in Ilguciems Secondary School, where the average result of two students is 19.3%, followed by Vidzeme Technology and Design Technical School, where the average performance of ten examiners is 20.1%.

The highest average achievements in physics are for Daugavpils 10th Secondary School, where one student managed to get 91.2%, while the second place was managed for a student of Riga 53rd Secondary School, who obtained 89.9% in the exam. The third highest results are for two students of Vabole Secondary School, whose average grade in the exam is 86.8%.

At the same time, the lowest results in the physics exam were found in VSIA “Riga Tourism and Creative Industry Technical School”, where one student had chosen to take the exam, who earned 12.2% in the exam. The second worst result was registered at Kandava Agricultural Technical School, where the average performance of eight students is 13.4%.

In turn, the highest achievements in the history of Latvia and the world this year are for Jēkabpils State Gymnasium, where the average results of two examiners are 93.9%, and for Rudzāti Secondary School, where one student also obtained 93.9%. In third place according to the average examination indicators is Jelgava Secondary School of Technology, where one student who scored 93.4% chose to take the exam, and in fourth place Riga Secondary School No. 93, where one student scored 91%.

The lowest results in the Latvian and world history exam were registered at Zaļenieki Commercial and Craft Secondary School. There, five students chose to take this exam, with an average performance of 24.2%. In the second place is the place of implementation of Daugavpils Construction Technical School education program “Dagda”, where the average evaluation of 26 exam writers is 25.5%, while in Kandava Agricultural Technical School Cīrava structural unit the average evaluation of 12 students is 26%.

It has already been reported that primary school graduates were exempted from taking state examinations this year, however, in order for students to start their work and test their state language skills, students of the minority education program were offered to take the Latvian language exam of their choice. This opportunity was used by 1681 students.

The highest results in this exam were for a student of Liepāja 7th Secondary School, who scored 86.2%, while a student of Riga Ukrainian Secondary School managed to score 84.9%. The third highest result is for Daugavpils Technology Secondary School-Lyceum, where the average result of four examiners is 84.3%.

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