Imagine if our Canadian system is used by Hong Kong, both the students and parents will try corrupting the teachers or principals for higher marks every single day!
Better stay with the evil public exam.
By: Gary Tong on 八月 9, 2006 at 6:44 下午
HKCEE’s totally useless. Why is it there in the first place? Decades ago there may not be enough resources to let everyone study F6, F7, etc. Nowadays there are enough teachers (schools are closing because there are not enough students). HK can easily provide free education for everyone until University.
By: Michael Hung on 八月 9, 2006 at 6:57 下午
Today’s news only represented the 15 minutes of fame for those top students.
For all the 10A graduates of past years, I would be interested to know where are they now?
Friends, just to remind you that I described the exam as an evil exam! I do hate it very much!
Without support (esp. emotional support) from family, teachers and friends, the road to success is very tough!
I have an interesting observation: the government officials in Hong Kong, I guess, should have very good public exam results. However, since the British left Hong Kong, all new gov’t policies failed! Why? I am 100% it has to do with the whole education system, not just the evil of the public exams.
By: Gary Tong on 八月 9, 2006 at 9:57 下午
The public exam should stay but it will require major overhaul. It should be held not once but at least multiple times a year, the final mark of each subject is then averaged. Personally, I would like the exam be given monthly, but you can take the best of any three scores. By the way, the exam should be also held in student’s own school, using a computer terminal to answer exam questions. For those who finish earlier, he or she can move on to work or continue study. This is my one cent advice.