The exam is scheduled to take place in two days from July 17 - 18 with three subjects of literature, foreign language and mathematics.
At the first day of the exam, Vice Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee Ngo Van Quy visited exam venue at Cau Giay high school.
Principal of Viet Duc high school and head of Cau Giay exam venue Nguyen Boi Quynh said this venue has 24 exam rooms for 576 students, so far, the preparation process has been completed and all supervisors are committed to strictly follow the exam procedures.
Notably, one student with a broken right-arm also took part in the exam at Cau Giay high school venue. The student was assigned to do his exam alone at a classroom and has a helper to write down his answer. This entire process would be recorded to ensure the transparency of the exam.
Le Ngoc Quang, vice director of Hanoi’s Department of Education and Training said due to the Covid-19 impacts, the exam was delayed compared to original plan, but the Department is committed to providing the best support for students in the exam.
At this exam, Hanoi has 172 exam venues with 3,700 exam rooms, 12,000 examiners and 1,700 supporting staffs.