[속보] The SAT Examination Committee “The first integration of the arts and sciences… Minimize the disadvantages of elective subjects”

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Su-min Wi, professor of Korea National University of Education, who is the chairperson of the 2022 university scholastic ability test, is briefing the direction of the 2022 university scholastic ability test at the Ministry of Education at the Sejong Government Complex in Sejong on the morning of the 18th. yunhap news

Regarding the University Scholastic Ability Test (SAT) for the academic year 2022, which was held on the 18th during the implementation of the gradual recovery of daily life (with Corona), the SAT examination committee and review committee said, “We maintained the standard of the previous year’s questions and tried to minimize the disadvantages for each elective subject.” In the mathematics elective subjects, probability and statistics, calculus, and geometry, there were no particularly difficult and difficult questions, and in the case of English, the questions were easier compared to the September mock evaluation, which was difficult for students to feel. At the briefing on the direction of the SAT exam for the year 2022 held on the morning of the 18th, Wi Su-min, a professor at Korea National University of Education (Department of Earth Science Education), who chaired the exam, said, “Although the CSAT system has changed, based on the analysis of the results of the mock evaluation conducted twice this year, we will maintain the previous year’s questioning style. I tried to do my best, and faithfully reflected the content and level of the curriculum, and if it was the core content of the curriculum, even if it was covered in the existing exam, I changed the question form and problem-solving method if necessary.” The CSAT for the 2022 academic year has a large range of changes compared to last year’s CSAT in that it is the first CSAT integrated with the liberal arts and sciences according to the purpose of the 2015 revised curriculum. The Korean language and math domains have been changed to a ‘common subject + elective subjects’ structure, and in the social and scientific research area, students can choose up to two subjects without classifying them to take the exam. For the Korean language, reading and literature are common subjects, and you can choose one of the two subjects: speech and writing, and language and media. Mathematics is required to take Mathematics I and Mathematics II as common subjects and to choose one from probability, statistics, calculus, and geometry. In addition, following English and Korean history, the second foreign language and Chinese were converted to absolute evaluation, and the educational broadcast linkage rate (based on the number of questions per area and subject) decreased from 70% to 50%. In particular, English is 100% only in the ‘indirect linkage’ method that does not draw the text of the textbook as it is. The exam committee is of the opinion that it is difficult to directly compare the difficulty of this year’s CSAT and last year’s CSAT because the exam system has changed a lot. However, Chairman Wi Su-min explained, “This year’s mock evaluation maintains the previous year’s CSAT exam criteria and maintains the mock evaluation criteria as a way to prevent confusion among students.” did. In the case of the English area, which was pointed out that it was particularly difficult in the mock evaluation in September as the indirect connection method was expanded to 100%, the questioning committee said that they tried to ask passages or questions with high ‘connection sensitivity’. It means that even if the passage is unfamiliar, the form is presented in a familiar way. The committee emphasized that they made efforts to minimize disadvantages for each elective subject in mathematics. Chairman Wi Su-min said, “There was no distinction between the difficulty of common math subjects and elective subjects. Common subjects consist of 75% of the total questions, ranging from very easy to difficult questions. Elective subjects are only 25 points, but I tried not to pose a particularly difficult and difficult problem.” By Lee Yoo-jin, staff reporter [email protected]



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