The results of both exams after 7th grade this year show a positive trend, summarized by the Ministry of Education. Although slightly, they exceed what was achieved in 2020. They are even higher than those in 2019, when all training was present.
Where the results can be checked – read here.
57,538 students took part in the national external assessment in Bulgarian language and literature, and 57,328 in mathematics. The average grade in Bulgarian language and literature is now 53.86 points out of a maximum of 100. The trend towards a gradual increase in the average number of points in mathematics continues, but however, it remains low at 37.94 points.
Only three seventh graders are excellent in both subjects. Forty-four have zero points on both exams. There are 14 students with 100 points in Bulgarian language and literature, and 152 in mathematics. There are 223 seventh-graders with zero points in Bulgarian language and literature, and 208 in mathematics.
The story “Cherries” by Zahari Karabashliev as a whole did not bother the students, the results show. Seventh graders have passed the text, although not always in detail. Not everyone has applied the rules of literary language. More than half do not know how to format text graphically.
The majority of seventh-graders orient themselves in the studied works in terms of characters, images, themes, problems. However, only one in four finds most or all errors in text. More than half of the students do not read the suggestions in an excerpt from a studied work.
In mathematics, the easiest tasks were for angles.
There is no significant shift compared to previous years among the regions with the highest achievements. Sofia, Smolyan, Varna and Ruse have high results in both subjects. As in the 10th grade, the students from Yambol and Kardzhali are significantly better in mathematics than in Bulgarian language and literature. The opposite is in Pernik. There they are stronger in Bulgarian language and literature. Gabrovo is in the top five in Bulgarian language and literature, and Burgas – in mathematics.
The graduates of the mathematical and natural-mathematical high schools traditionally have the best results in both subjects. The Sofia Mathematical High School “P. Hilendarski” has the best result in Bulgarian language and literature in the country with an average number of points 91.89. Followed by the Mathematical High School “Dr. P. Beron” in Varna with 91.67 points, the Natural and Mathematical High School “Acad. Nikola Obreshkov” in Burgas with 90.41, the Mathematical High School “Acad. K. Popov” in Plovdiv with 89.23, private school ” St. Sofia “in the capital with 88.36, the mathematical high school” Baba Tonka “in Ruse – 87.81, the natural-mathematical high school” Nancho Popovich “in Shumen with 87.56, the First Private Mathematical High School (PCHMG) – Sofia – 87.17, the natural-mathematical high school” Acad . Sergey Korolev “- Blagoevgrad, with 86.68 and the High School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Lovech with 85.74. Schools with less than 20 students do not participate in the ranking.
In mathematics, SMG “P. Hilendarski” is again in the lead with 96.35, second are PCHMG with 95.81, followed by the Mathematical High School in Varna with 95.59, “Baba Tonka” in Ruse with 93.47, the Natural and Mathematical High School in Burgas with 92.92, MG “Acad. Georgi Popov “in Plovdiv, Primary School” St. Sofia “with 92.13, SGP” Acad. Sergey Korolev “in Blagoevgrad with 86.38, PPMG” Geo Milev “in Stara Zagora – 85.59, SGP” Hristo Smirnenski “in Pernik with 81.79