Admission to University of 2020: Many universities have sharply decreased the criteria for considering national test scores

By this time, many universities have proposed enrollment plans that are expected to be implemented in 2020.
In which, adding new enrollment methods, significantly reducing targets for the traditional method based on the National High School Exam 2020.
A common point in the enrollment proposal of some universities is the strengthening of new enrollment methods besides the traditional method. At the same time, adjusting towards reducing the overall exam review scores, increasing for other methods.
 
Many schools have only 40% left.
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Vu Duc Lung, Vice Rector of Ho Chi Minh City University of Information and Technology, said that the school will continue to increase the target of exam score by Ho Chi Minh National University in Ho Chi Minh City in accordance with the schedule, from 30% in 2019 to a maximum of 40% in 2020 (before 20% in 2018). After subtracting the direct admission criteria and prioritizing admission up to 20%, the target for the national general exam is about 40%. Thus, the total target for national test scores next year will be reduced by 10% compared to the previous one. "The analytical data from the school show that students who pass on a competency test are getting better academic results than the national high school exam scores," Mr. Lung shared.
 
In 2020, the University of Natural Sciences of Ho Chi Minh City will reduce the target of considering national test scores to about 40%. At the same time, increase the criteria for examining the National University's competency test scores to 40%. Thus, with an expected total target of 3,500, this university only has about 1,400 to consider the overall exam score next year.
 
 
Many adjustments on the industry
 
Many schools will continue to open new fields of study in 2020. Ho Chi Minh City University of Banking is expected to have 4 new branches, including hotel management, tourism service management, travel, logistics and management. supply chain (in the business, management, tourism and hotel sectors); Data science in business (science major). The school adds a new D07 combination (math, chemistry, English) into all branches, replacing the previous D90 or D96 combination. According to Dr. Phan Ngoc Minh, statistics of previous years show that candidates registering to enroll in schools with the combination of D90 or D96 are not many, so they should switch to D07 to be more suitable for candidates. In this newly added combination, math and English still ensure the criteria for recruiting learners suitable for training and improving English ability for students.
 
University of Natural Sciences Ho Chi Minh City enrolls 6 new majors in the coming year, including: data science, materials technology, medical physics, geological engineering, applied mathematics, and mathematics.
 
According to Dr. Tran Thien Luu, Head of Training Department, Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport, a number of majors will enroll students in majors so that students have a career orientation from the beginning. This adjustment is to prevent students from dropping out much after the specialized period.
 
Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology is expected to increase the enrollment capacity target by 20 - 50% of the total target next year, keeping the criteria set by the general exam at 50 - 72%. According to Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Hoai Thang, Head of School Training Department, the increase of criteria to consider the score of competence test is the main direction that the school is heading in the future, especially when the national high school exam has adjusted after 2020.
However, the actual enrollment in recent years shows that the main source of candidates admitted to Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology is still from the method of examining the overall exam score. For example, in 2019 the school spends 50 - 72% of the total target for this method but the actual successful candidate is still over 70%. This is because of the specific technical training, many candidates come from the localities but candidates still pay much attention to the general exam.
 
Similarly, Ho Chi Minh City University of Information Technology in 2020 also plans to recruit up to 30% of the total target by the competency test, but the number of candidates for admission is only about 20%.
 
Adding new recruitment methods​​​​​​​
 
One method chosen by many schools to supplement in 2020 is to consider high school graduates abroad or have an international certificate. According to a source from Thanh Nien newspaper, it is likely that this admission method will be added to the enrollment regulations in 2020. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Minh Ha, Rector of Ho Chi Minh City Open University, said that this school is expected to have 4 modes of enrollment next year. In particular, the two former methods are considered national examination scores and 3-year high school transcript. Two new methods are to consider the International Baccalaureate (IB) test score of 26 points or more; Priority for direct admission for candidates with IELTS scores or other foreign language certificates with equivalent conversion points of 5.5 or higher (for foreign language majors from 6.0). The University of Natural Sciences of Ho Chi Minh City also strengthens the method of recruiting high school graduates abroad or having an international certificate (about 1% of the total target).
 
Meanwhile, Ho Chi Minh City Banking University added a method of straight admission and prioritized admission according to its own regulations instead of just taking the general exam score as before. As a result, the total indicator set for the national high school exam score drops to 85%. Dr. Phan Ngoc Minh, Head of the School's Training Department, said that the school is building a straight admission policy and prioritizing admission according to its own regulations. It is expected that priority will be given to enrolling excellent students in high schools and specialized schools. Similarly, Ho Chi Minh City University of Industry only spent 60-85% of the total target for considering the national test scores for the training disciplines in Ho Chi Minh City. The remaining criteria are for the review of academic records and the new method of admission exam for the National University of Ho Chi Minh City University. As for the branch in Quang Ngai, only 50% of the overall test scores will be considered. Hà Anh
thanhnien.vn – 23/12/2019
 
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