Which course is better after 10th grade
Qualifications in lower secondary level
The comprehensive school awards various courses in lower secondary level degrees and additionally one Eligibility to attend the upper level of the gymnasiumthat is here with the help of Rules of thumb being represented. Whether a qualification or authorization is actually achieved or not often depends on the individual note format and, above all, on various, sometimes complicated compensation regulations, which cannot all be carried out here. More detailed information is available from schulministerium.nrw.de. In addition, schoolchildren and their parents have the option of individual advice from the department head or the counseling teacher.
First of all, the distinction applies to all degrees different subject groups: Subject group 1 ("main subjects") and subject group 2 ("minor subjects"). As a rule of thumb you can remember:
In the Subject group 1 you are allowed to just an underperformance allow in order to be able to achieve the desired degree. In subject group 2, several underperformances are possible under certain circumstances.
1st secondary school leaving certificate after 9th grade (HA9):
Pupils achieve the HA9 if they achieve sufficient results in all subjects. The affiliation to extension courses (e-courses) or basic courses (G-courses) is irrelevant. Two inadequate achievements are not taken into account when awarding the degree. Subject group 1 only includes German and mathematics; so only poor performance can be achieved here. The grade of the second foreign language (French or Latin) is not taken into account when awarding the HA9. With the award of the degree, the promotion to grade 10 is always connected.
Second secondary school leaving certificate after 10th grade (HA10)
The requirement for the HA10 is membership of G courses in German, English, mathematics and chemistry. Pupils achieve the HA10 if they achieve sufficient results in all subjects. Two inadequate achievements are not taken into account when awarding the degree. Subject group 1 includes the subjects German, mathematics, the natural sciences (an average grade from the subjects biology, chemistry and physics) and the field of work studies (an average grade from the subjects economics, home economics and technology); so only poor performance can be achieved here.
3. Middle school leaving certificate after 10th grade (FOR)
The prerequisite for the FOR is membership of at least two E-courses and a maximum of two G-courses in German, English, mathematics and chemistry. Pupils achieve the FOR if they achieve sufficient performance in the e-courses and satisfactory performance in the G-courses. The other subjects must contain two satisfactory, otherwise sufficient grades. Subject group 1 includes the subjects German, English, mathematics and compulsory elective area 1. Here, only a minor performance (e.g. sufficient performance in the G course or poor performance in the E course) can be achieved, which can be offset by another subject in the same subject group must become.
4. Middle school leaving certificate after the 10th grade with qualification for the gymnasiale Oberstufe (FORQ)
The requirement for the FORQ is membership of at least three E-courses and at most one G-course in the subjects of German, English, mathematics and chemistry. Pupils achieve the FORQ if they achieve satisfactory performance in the e-course and good performance in the G-course. The other subjects must have satisfactory grades. Subject group 1 includes the subjects German, English, mathematics and compulsory elective area 1. Here, only a minor achievement (e.g. a satisfactory achievement in the G-course or an adequate achievement in the E-course) can be achieved, which can be compensated by another subject in the same subject group must become.
For a better overview, here are the different ones again Degrees in tabular form:
In principle, re-examinations are only possible if the improvement of a grade in a subject with a lower achievement leads to the desired degree.
In class 10, re-exams in German, English and mathematics are not possible because of the central exams in 10 (ZP10).
6. Parent information
From the end of the first half of the year in grade 9, parents receive a so-called prognosis about the school leaving certificate with the certificate. This states which school-leaving qualification the pupil is likely to achieve at the end of grade 10 if the performance remains the same.Hits: 67136
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