Anhui college entrance examination reform plan released
China News Service, Hefei, September 15 (Reporter Wu Lan) Anhui Province will implement comprehensive reforms of the college entrance examination starting from the first grade students who enrolled in the fall of 2021. The “New College Entrance Examination” in Anhui implements the “3+1+2” model, regardless of liberal arts and sciences.
On the same day, the Information Office of the Anhui Provincial Government held a press conference.secretaryZhao Zhenhua, director of the Provincial Department of Education, introduced the comprehensive reform of the college entrance examination in Anhui Province at the press conference.
A few days ago, after being reported to the Ministry of Education for the record, the Anhui Provincial Government issued the “Implementation Plan for Deepening the Comprehensive Reform of General College Examination Enrollment in Anhui Province” (hereinafter referred to as the “Implementation Plan”). reform.
The comprehensive reform of the college entrance examination is an important part and key and difficult link of the reform of the examination and enrollment system. In September 2014,State CouncilIssued the implementation opinions on deepening the reform of the examination and enrollment system, and launched pilot comprehensive reforms of the college entrance examination in Shanghai and Zhejiang first. From 2014 to 2020, three batches of 14 provinces and cities have initiated the comprehensive reform of the college entrance examination, and they have all been implemented steadily.
Zhao Zhenhua introduced that, drawing on the experience and practices of the first three batches of provinces and cities, taking full consideration of the actual conditions of Anhui high school schools, education and teaching levels, etc., simulated course selection for the first class of 661 high school students in the province, and calculated the teachers and classrooms under different conditions. Demand situation; use the college entrance examination data in recent years to calculate the conversion of grades and find the best plan.
It is reported that the “Implementation Plan” clarifies that the general high school level test (hereinafter referred to as the “academic level test”) will be fully implemented starting from the entrance of high school freshmen in the fall of 2021. Academic level examinations are divided into qualifying examinations and selective examinations. The qualifying examination covers all subjects except labor education and comprehensive practical activity courses stipulated in the national general high school curriculum plan. Optional exams include six subjects: ideology and politics, history, geography, physics, chemistry, and biology.
In deepening the reform of college entrance examination subjects, it is clear that the examination subjects are composed of unified college entrance examination subjects and general high school level selective examination subjects. The unified college entrance examination subjects are Chinese, mathematics, and foreign languages (including English, Russian, Japanese, French, German, and Spanish). The national papers are used regardless of arts and sciences.
The elective exam subjects are ideological and political, history, geography, physics, chemistry, and biology. According to the requirements of the colleges and universities, the candidates will first choose one subject in physics and history, and then choose two subjects from ideological and political, geography, chemistry, and biology, and implement the “3+1+2” model.
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