Should school grades be abolished?
Ursula Walther, Chairwoman of the Bavarian Parents’ Association: “Grades should not be given in elementary schools. You don’t need grades for that. From class 7 or 8, performance evaluation is necessary because the problem of how to distribute access authorizations cannot currently be solved in any other way.”
Is 3 a good or bad grade?
For a student who writes a lot of 5s and 6s, a 3 is a good grade. For a student who writes almost only ones, a three feels like a bad grade. A three is neither good nor bad, but a satisfying average.
What high school grades?
In order to receive a recommendation for grammar school, a child must generally have an average grade in math and German of 2.0 – 2.5 (depending on the federal state). The learning and working behavior is also important for the decision of the teacher.
When am I eligible for high school?
After the end of elementary school, children should be given an educational path that corresponds to their goals and wishes, but also to their capabilities. If a primary school pupil shows consistent learning development and a good level of performance, transfer to the Gymnasium is possible.
Which subjects count for high school?
40 from the single grades in the subjects English, French, Biology and Physics as well as the double grades in the subjects German and Mathematics.
What grades do you need for the sec?
The school year of the integrated secondary school is regulated in the ordinance on the transfer procedure. at level A, a grade of at least 4.5 is required. A grade of at least 4.5 in at least three level A subjects and a grade of at least 5 in one level B subject.
What average do you need for the Gymnasium NRW?
However, the only decisive factor is the average of the year-end grades in the three subjects German, mathematics and home and general studies. Suitability for high school is certified up to an average grade of 2.33, for junior high school up to 2.66 (the third decimal place is rounded down).
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