Private English exams introduced at 30% of colleges and universities Not yet decided Ministry of Education August 27, 12:17
An English private exam that will be introduced in the “University Entrance Test” starting next year. The examination will start in April next year, but a survey by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology revealed that approximately 30% of universities and junior colleges nationwide have not decided to introduce it.
The “University Admission Common Test”, which begins in January next year in place of the current Center Examination, will introduce an English exam by a private company.
This private examination will be taken twice by those who take the common test from April to December next year, and the result will be passed to the university through the university entrance examination center and used for pass / fail judgment.
However, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology surveyed 1070 universities and junior colleges nationwide. As a result, it was found that nearly 30% of the 1022 schools that responded did not decide whether to use the test results. It was.
In response to this situation, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology opened a special site on the homepage from 27th in order to make information on private examinations widely available to examinees.
The TOEIC operator, which was scheduled to conduct a private examination, sent off the last month, or the “National High School Heads Association” created by high school principals nationwide made an unusual request for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology to promptly respond. Confusion continues.