GENDER ASPECTS OF THE RESULTS OF THE ADMISSION EXAMINATIONS

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GENDER ASPECTS OF THE RESULTS OF THE ADMISSION EXAMINATIONS

The presented material represents the common and different aspects in specialty preferences of male and female university applicants, the comparison of distribution histograms of their scores as well as their answers to test items and comparative analysis of the indicators of admission to higher schools. The number ratio of the male and female applicants representing different regions of the republic is diverse and this index varies in a wide range. The relative number of the girls among the applicants from the southern regions of the republic comprise only 9 –, 32 percent but the relative number of the girls from northern regions is 59 –, 66 percent. The specialty preference of the average male applicant is mostly for mathematics, physics and engineering specialties but specialty the preference of the average female applicant is mainly for the humanities. The applicants with lower scores outnumber the ones with higher scores both among male and female applicants. The examination indicators of the average female applicants for the great majority of the regions are higher than those of the average male applicants. At the same time, analyses show that male applicants prevail among those who gained highest scores and were admitted to higher education schools.

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