Today (26th), the government announced measures to reduce private education expenses. Several plans have been put forward, but the key is to get rid of the killer question in the CSAT and still have the ability to discriminate. First, the government has revealed some cases and reasons for what the killer question is.
This is Reporter Lee Ye-won.
A total of 22 killer questions were released by the Ministry of Education.
These are questions from the June mock evaluation held earlier this month and the CSAT for the last three years.
[Oh Seung-geol/Head of Responsible Education Policy Office, Ministry of Education: This is a content that is not covered in the public education process. (In the public education process) Frustrating students who study diligently… ]
Looking at the case pointed out by the Ministry of Education, first of all, it is Korean number 14 of the mock evaluation in June.
The ‘extended cognitive theory’ about the relationship between body and consciousness was dealt with, and the Ministry of Education said, “It used a lot of technical terms in the field of unfamiliar modern philosophy.”
In the case of the Korean language test for the 2023 academic year, common logarithms and slopes came out as problems in Kleiber’s basal metabolism fingerprint, and No. 15 and 17 said that “excessive inference is required.”
The same goes for the 2022 college entrance exam Korean number 8.
Technical terms such as dialectic, convergent upward,스포츠토토 and absolute spirit often appeared, and it was said that “a high level of background knowledge in the humanities is required.”
In the case of mathematics, it is a combination of three or more mathematical concepts, such as the derivative of a polynomial function, but he said, “It is not easy for students who have only received public education education.”
The Ministry of Education said that it would present examples of killer questions in social and scientific inquiry in the future.