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In about 150 words, write a paragraph on the formal school education system in Vietnam, using the following information

Level of education Grade/Year (from-to) Age (from-to)  
Pre-school Nursery 3-4 optional
Kindergarten 4-5
Primary school 1-5 6-10 compulsory education
Secondary education :Lower Secondary 6-9 11-14
Upper Secondary 10-12 15-17 National examination for GCSE

 

Pre-writing

Analyze the information

- Level of education:
primary (5 years; start from the age of 6)
lower secondary (4 years)
upper secondary (3 years)

- Compulsory education: 9 years (primary & lower secondary)

- The academic year: 35 weeks (9 months, from September to May)

- School terms: 2 terms
term 1 (September - December)
term 2 (January - May)

- Time of the national examination for GCSE (early June)

 

Writing

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Sample

The current formal education in Vietnam is composed of three levels: pre-school, primary and secondary education. Now there are two school systems in pre-school and primary education in big cities: state and private schools. In state school, parents have to pay tuition fee. The academic year from September to May is divided into two semesters. Children usually start the pre-school at the age of 3, when they go to nurseries, but this stage is not compulsory. When children reach the age of 6, they must go to primary schools. The primary education lasts five years. When they complete their primary education, they can go to secondary schools, including Lower and Upper schools, from grade 6 to 12. However, children must pass a entrance exam at the end of grade 9, the final year of lower schools, to enter the upper secondary education. They will stay there until they complete grade 12. At the end of this stage, they must take the National Examination for GCSE, the requirement to go to university or college. This examination often takes place at the end of May or early June.

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