Source Title: The Ministry of Education expands the scope of the unified test for high-level sports teams in colleges and universities to implement the national unified test for 9 items including table tennis
The Ministry of Education has issued a notice a few days ago to deploy some special types of entrance examinations in ordinary colleges and universities in 2022, requiring colleges and universities to strengthen comprehensive literacy assessments such as candidate culture. In 2022, the scope of the national unified test for high-level sports teams in colleges and universities will be further expanded, and the national unified test will be implemented for 9 items including table tennis and badminton.
The Ministry of Education requires colleges and universities in all regions to formulate special types of examination work plans based on actual conditions, including relevant requirements such as admissions majors, examination subjects, examination time, examination locations and methods. Provincial-level enrollment examination agencies should actively add provincial-level unified examination subjects for art majors, encourage inter-provincial joint organization of provincial-level unified examinations, and expand the scope of provincial-level unified examinations. Colleges and universities should further reduce the professional scope of art school examinations, and strengthen comprehensive literacy assessments such as candidate culture during the primary election. In 2022, we will further expand the scope of the national unified test for high-level sports teams in colleges and universities. 9 items including football, table tennis, badminton, swimming, martial arts, taekwondo, fencing, baseball, and ice and snow will be included in the national test.
At present, the epidemic situation in various places is severe. The Ministry of Education requires universities to strengthen epidemic prevention and control measures in various links, actively adopt online examinations or use provincial unified examination results for preliminary selection, and strictly control the scale of on-site examinations. Colleges and universities must strictly review the qualifications of candidates, manage the assessment personnel, and manage the admissions, etc., implement the assessment personnel avoidance system and the “blacklist” system, and strictly prohibit special types of admissions colleges, internal colleges (departments, departments, etc.), and faculty and staff to organize or participate in the examination. Pre-counseling, test-taking training.