Penalties in selectivity

Penalties in selectivity


What happens if a student makes spelling errors on selection tests? It depends. It is not from the teacher who corrects the test, but from the society in which he lives. If he has five spelling errors (accents are not included because they are punished otherwise), in Extremadura he is suspended, in Catalonia they deduct half a point and in Madrid they deduct two points. In Euskadi, meanwhile, there is no specific opponent. If he makes 26 (or more) errors in the exam instead of five, he will be suspended in Extremadura, in Catalonia he gets 2.6 points, and in Madrid he gets three points. In Euskadi there is still no specific discount.





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