Hong Kong pupils ‘can get full marks’ for national security law questions in revamped liberal studies exam under new marking scheme

//Hong Kong pupils ‘can get full marks’ for national security law questions in revamped liberal studies exam under new marking scheme

Hong Kong pupils ‘can get full marks’ for national security law questions in revamped liberal studies exam under new marking scheme

Candidates of the university entrance exams in Hong Kong can score full marks for questions on national security by citing government statements supplied as reference materials under a liberal studies revamp.The Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority on Thursday released the new marking guidelines for the subject, now renamed “citizenship and social development”.The change in format emerged after the subject came under scrutiny earlier this year, with pro-establishment figures blaming…

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