Hong Kong exam chiefs studying changes to next year’s DSE tests after coronavirus forces pupils to spend months learning at home

//Hong Kong exam chiefs studying changes to next year’s DSE tests after coronavirus forces pupils to spend months learning at home

Hong Kong exam chiefs studying changes to next year’s DSE tests after coronavirus forces pupils to spend months learning at home

Next year’s university entrance exams could be postponed, and some elements cut, to make up for the disruption caused by the suspension of classes because of the coronavirus pandemic.Two sources told the Post that exam authorities had suggested holding the Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exams from late April to mid-May 2021, a month later than in previous years, with results to be released in July.A contingency plan has also been proposed by the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment…

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