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TRANG CHỦ » 2012 » Tháng 7 » 04
A mistake in printing test papers made Nguyen Thanh Huy, a twelfth grader at Ho Chi Minh City’s Bui Thi Xuan high school, receive a below-average grade of 2.5, instead of his deserved perfect score of 10 on the English multiple choice test taken during the high school graduation exam in early June.

After receiving the result two weeks ago, Huy was shocked to learn he only got 2.5 for English, a subject he had been doing well in at school. His family was frustrated while teachers at school were surprised by the grade.

Huy later applied to have his test reexamined, and his high school also demanded that the board of judges mark the exam thoroughly again.

"The result turned out to be the same using a digital marking system. When we did it manually, the test scored 10 out of 10,” Nguyen Minh Hoang, vice director of the Department of Education and Training, told Tuoi Tre.

Hoang explained that a mistake in printing exam papers led to the case of mis-grading Huy’s test, apparently the only such error among all of the tests. His paper was shorter than the others, and the machine was thus unable to recognize all the answers.

After discovering this reason, the committee also reexamined 100 English tests at the request of candidates, and the results remained the same.
Category: Nhân vật và sự kiện | Views: 554 | Added by: dangthanhtam | Date: 04-07-12

A German reader living in Hanoi commented on the controversial acts of George Heydlauff when he regulated traffic in the Vietnamese capital by himself. The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of TuoiTreNews.

I totally agree that traffic in Hanoi is more chaotic than ever. People seem to dash here and there without any thought of the law, paying heed only when a police officer is in sight. The government must seriously consider tackling this a top priority.

As for Mr. Heydlauff who decided to single-handedly stop those who rode against traffic, I, with utmost sympathy and respect, disagree with his actions.

I sympathize with him because he had good reasons to do it as he and his child were nearly hit by a motorist traveling the wrong way. I respect him because he was very brave walking to and fro across a busy street like that, which I could never do (I tried to cross the crazy Hanoi streets as least as possible). I also respect him because he dared do what few foreigners dare not think of: bringing harmony and safety to the streets of the capital, standing up to violators, some of whom surely are not in a good mood and could attack him any time.

But even so, I beg to differ with him on some points:

First: Is ... Xem thêm
Category: Nhân vật và sự kiện | Views: 502 | Added by: dangthanhtam | Date: 04-07-12

Police in Hai Duong Province have arrested Nguyen Van Dung, aka Tuan ‘Hai Phong’, who had been hiding after his involvement in extorting US$238,000 from another man in Binh Thuan Province last year. Dung, who had been wanted by police since mid 2011, was escorted from Hai Duong to Binh Thuan for questioning on Tuesday. According to the case file, Vo Thi Tuyet, a manager of the Lucky Star Hotel in Xuan Loc District, Dong Nai Province, and her de facto husband, Phan Anh Cuong, engaged themselves in illegal football betting in 2010. The couple then lost VND1 billion (US$48,000) to another football bettor in Cambodia, simply identified as Ty, but failed to pay the amount. Due to their conflict, the couple parted later the same year and Cuong returned to his former wife in Binh Thuan’s Phan Thiet. Tuyet tried to get in contact with him but failed to do so. On May 26, 2011, Tuyet asked Dung, a member of the underground in northern Hai Phong City, to assist her in her scam to extort the amount from Cuong. A few days later, Dung and four others, Nguyen Van Nghiem, Le Van Hien, Do Trong Thanh and Tran Dang Manh - who was a police major in a district in HCMC - went to Phan Thiet to look for Cuong. They finally found Cuong and forced him to sign a promissory note stating he owed Tuyet $238,000. According to t ... Xem thêm

Category: Nhân vật và sự kiện | Views: 483 | Added by: dangthanhtam | Date: 04-07-12

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