National Exam Preparations

Last week on the 25th January of 2016, Darma Yudha 3rd grade Junior High students are having their 3rd Try Out ( or as some called it “preparation exam”). As on 2016, Darma Yudha have 7 class for their 3rd grade with each class containing approximately 25 students.download.jpg

Beside of their regular class, the students were also divided to a few classes baed on their scores for extra lesson that they get throughout the year. Darma Yudha had their 1st Try Out in September and their 2nd in October, now in January is their 3rd Try Out. The Try Out consist of four subjects including Mathematics, Science, Indonesia, and English.

Not like the previous Try Out where the students will do the exams one per day, for this tryout the students are going to have two subject a day. Which means they’ll have to study more and more to get flying colours.

As for their real National Exam, it is going to be held approximately on early May. Which will decides where they could continue to High School and eventually college.

While Junior High national exams have four subjects, Elementary’s national exams only have 3 subject which include all of the four subject except English. While for High School, the national exam will have five or six subject to be exact based on the major the students pick.

Now back to the Junior High 3rd Try Out, on the first day, which is January 25th, they have Mathematics and Indonesia. We will break them down one by one. For Mathematics, there will be 40 multiple choice questions and 50 for Indonesia.

On their second day, they have Science and English. Sciennce is divided into three sections with approximately 18 multiple choice question for Physics, 3 question for Chemistry and 19 question for Biology. As for English, there are going to be 50 multiple choice questions which includes short functional message, kinds of texts and arrange the sentence.

Well lets just hope that all of them would pass the Try Out and eventually continue to the High School of their choice.

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