Average results of the students eighth-grader exam

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Statistical concepts and definitions:

The eighth-grader exam covers the knowledge and skills specified in the core curriculum for selected subjects taught in grades 1 through 8. The examination was conducted for the first time in academic year 2018/2019.

The eighth-grader exam is compulsory, which means that every student must take it in order to graduate from school. Since no minimum passing score is specified, the examination cannot be failed.

The eighth-grader exam is conducted in writing.

8-grade-student takes the examination in three compulsory subjects: Polish; Mathematics and  a selected modern foreign language (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Ukrainian or Italian).

Only the languages which a given student is learning in compulsory classes can be selected.

The eighth-grader exam takes place in April.

Additional methodological notes: 

(.) - data not available, classified data (statistical confidentiality) or providing data impossible or purposeless

Frequency of data release: annually
Type of observation period: yearly data
Available time series: 2019 
Disaggregation: subject, sex, territory 
Data source, datadisposer: Central Examination Board