Common test for university admission Descriptive questions Cancellation and postponement of opinion seeking November 5, 19:55
Opposition party hearings about the introduction of descriptive questions to the university entrance common test, and attending high school students and faculty members expressed their opinions asking for cancellation or postponement because there was a risk that fair scores could not be secured One after another.
The university entrance exam starting next year will introduce descriptive questions to Japanese and mathematics.
The Constitutional Democratic Party and others held a meeting within the National Assembly on the 5th and interviewed active high school students and educators.
During this time, high school students raised their voices such as “I don't know what to do for self-scoring,” or “Is the fairness and fairness of the entrance examination lost?”
In addition, high school teachers pointed out that "descriptive exams are expected to give confusing answers, and if part-time jobs are scored in large numbers at the same time, there is a risk of unfairness." It was.
In addition, there is a possibility that fair scoring cannot be guaranteed, and self-scoring after the exam becomes difficult, and there are many opinions that ask you to cancel or postpone the problem of the description type, as it may hinder you from submitting an application to the school you want. It was.