By Chuleeporn Aramnet
THE RESULTS of the O-Net
The five O-Net subjects are maths, science, English, Thai and social studies, religion and culture.
Assoc Prof Samphan Phanphruk, director of the National Institute of Educational Testing Service (NIETS), said yesterday the only subject in which any student scored the maximum of 100 points was mathematics, while the average score for that subject was 26.56. Average scores for the other four subjects ranged between 24.98 and 49.36.
However, the overall results were better than last year, Samphan said, without providing more details.
In the four subjects of mathematics, science, English and social studies, religion and culture, there were some students who scored zero; the worst score for the Thai exam was 0.50 points.
The O-Net exam was held on February 6 and 7 but NIETS only announced the latest scores on its website on Sunday.
Students who want to contest their O-Net scores can submit requests to see their exam papers on March 24 on 26 at the 35th floor of the Phayathai Plaza Building from 9am to 4pm.
Students need to bring a request form, which can be downloaded via the agency’s website, and a copy of their identification card. The NIETS will also disclose the exam answer sheets on April 4 from 9am to 4pm.