Marks and national tests, lower secondary school

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11689: Pupils, by sex, secondary school points and parents' educational attainment level 2015 - 2023

Rachel Ekren, Statistics Norway
+47 958 38 967
Eirik Fredborg, Statistics Norway
+47 40 81 14 83
2023-08-17 08:00
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.All marks , 10 - 24 point , 25 - 29 point ,

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Pupils with zero school points are included. Due to government's decision to cancel exams in lower secondary school, lower secondary school points in 2020, 2021 and 2022 are only based on overall achievement marks and are therefore not comparable with lower secondary school points from other school years.