The performance of candidates in national courts

The performance of candidates in national courts

Which courses are the most difficult for candidates in National exams resulting in a low score? The performance of 2022 candidates in each subject of all scientific fields can be viewed in the tables.

The only course common to the 4 areas is Modern Greek Language and Literature. The percentage of trials with a score below 10 is the lowest of all subjects; from 8.7% to 16.85%. These are very small percentages. In the other courses, the percentage of candidates with a mark lower than the base varies from 35% to 73%. The same goes for honours; we have the lowest percentage of honors ranging from 0.19% to 2.19%. Candidates from 3rd Field wrote the highest average of 13.78. Candidates’ grades in the course are accumulated between 10 and 18. In the other courses.

1st field

Ancient Greek is considered the most difficult subject in the field. Indeed, the number of graduates is very low, only 2.27%. But the percentage of test takers scoring less than 10 is much lower than the corresponding History and Latin percentages. 37.2% against 47.96% and 45.13%. Each course therefore has its own particularities, which depend on the structure of the subjects and the prior knowledge of the previous courses.

The way of examining Latin changed, with the result that Latin ceased to be the easy subject that it used to be. Those with honors in Latin were 17.96% while in history they were 15.56%. Therefore, Latin demands attention because few candidates achieve excellence.

1st field: The performance of the candidates in the Pan-Hellenic elections of 2022

Grade <10 Grade 18-20 MB

Modern Greek language/literature 16.85% 1.2% 12.77

Ancient Greek 37.2% 2.27% 10.93

Background 47.96% 15.56% 10.68

Latin 45.13% 17.96% 10.85

Average of the 1st pitch 11.35

Study: Stratos Stratigakis

2nd and 3rd court

Physics turned out to be the subject with the highest failure rate, between the 2nd and 3rd field subjects. 45.04% of 2nd field applicants wrote below baseline and 49.84% of 3rd field applicants. Thus, the average of the copies was 10.91 for the candidates of the 2nd Field and 10.3 for the candidates of the 3rd Field. For masters, the picture is different. 13.44% 2nd Field honors and 14.13% 3rd Field honors. The difference is, I believe, in mathematics. Physics without mathematics is not possible. The 3rd Field candidates are not examined in Mathematics and they do not pay attention to it even in High School B and that is why their performance is worse than the 2nd Field candidates, except for the candidates in Medicine who are very well read and that’s why we have some other great ones.

In recent years, they have made the Biology subjects more difficult and the candidates’ performances have come closer to the performances of Mathematics of the 2nd Domain. This is very good because there are 45 sections which are common to both fields. When the performances in Biology are much better than in Mathematics, the candidates of the 2nd Domain are harmed in the common schools of the two Domains. The average for math is 11.75% while for biology it is 12.38%. The corresponding difference in the average Language which is 13.26% for the 2nd Domain and 13.78% for the 3rd Domain shows us that in general the candidates of the 3rd Domain are a little higher on average, so that is fine . Unfortunately, sponsors have to be careful and keep these balances, which are due to the problematic admissions system. A basic principle is not respected during admission: all candidates for a place in a school must have been examined in the same subjects. Since this obvious principle is not followed, sponsors must strike a difficult balance. The issue is much more difficult in common schools and the 4 areas where balance cannot be achieved.

2nd field: The performance of the candidates in the Pan-Hellenic elections of 2022

Class <10 18-20 years MO
Modern Greek language/literature 8.7% 0.92% 13.26

Physical 45.04% 13.44% 10.91

Chemistry 39.21% 12.44% 11.43

Mathematics 34.99% 11.88% 11.75

2nd court average 11.87

Study: Stratos Stratigakis

3rd field: The performance of the candidates in the 2022 Pan-Hellenic elections

Grade <10 Grade 18-20 MB

Modern Greek language/literature 9.04% 2.19% 13.78

Physical 49.84% 14.13% 10.30

Chemistry 38.34% 16.54% 11.64

Biology 30.74% 14.57% 12.38

3rd court average 12.03

Study: Stratos Stratigakis

4th pitch

The thorn here is math. It is a permanent problem. It is the only Panhellenic course with an average below 10, more precisely 6.81. Logical since 73.56% of the candidates wrote below 10 and 46.72% wrote below 5. The difference with Mathematics of the 2nd domain is very great. This shows us that 4th Field candidates are leaner students, with a difference from 2nd Field candidates who wrote an average of 11.75, almost double.

Economics is an easier subject than IT and this is also seen in the percentage of candidates who wrote below the base which is 35.31% against 39.84% and the number of mentions which is 23.13% against 15.96%.

4th field: The performance of the candidates in the 2022 Pan-Hellenic elections

Grade <10 Grade 18-20 MB

Modern Greek language/literature 26.49% 0.19% 11.4

Mathematics 73.56% 1.51% 6.81

Information Technology 39.84% 15.96% 11.49

Economy 35.31% 23.13% 12.15

4th court average 10.45

Study: Stratos Stratigakis

What should candidates do in the last month before the Panhellenic exams? It depends on their knowledge and ambitions. Weak candidates should not give up, we never give up. To increase their chances of admission, they must achieve the highest possible GPA to overcome the EBE hurdle. Therefore, let them put special emphasis on the subject in which they can, with the least effort, raise their mark, so as to increase their average.

Candidates with high expectations should, I believe, focus on topics that are not so good at increasing their score to increase their points, especially if they are topics that have a high weight which will give them more points. We want everyone to achieve their goals.

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