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12% of graduates in Sakhalin have failed the exam in history
In the Sakhalin region, 12% of graduates received unsatisfactory marks for the state exam in history. Another 9% of schoolchildren did not pass the exam in physics. They will be able to retake exams next year.
As the IA "KP-Sakhalin", graduates had to overcome the minimum limit of 32 test scores in history. The average score was 47 - lower than last year. High scores were received by 23 people. The record holder was Victoria Yan, a graduate of the Yuzhno-Sakhalin gymnasium No. 1. She scored 98 points.
The minimum border for the physics exam was 36 points - about 9% did not cope with it. The average score in physics was 48. Ivan Kozlov, a student of the Yuzhno-Sakhalin Lyceum No. 2, was the best in this subject (99 points). About 5% of graduates received high marks.