Students take their English-language university entrance exams at Lee Kau Yan Memorial School earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
Students take their English-language university entrance exams at Lee Kau Yan Memorial School earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
Education

Two-thirds of Hong Kong secondary school students say English classes left them unprepared for future

  • The current English-language syllabus is not enough to ready most pupils for further study or the job market, a new survey has found
  • About 65 per cent of students also say the existing exam-oriented syllabus ‘lacks sufficient connection with real life’

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Students take their English-language university entrance exams at Lee Kau Yan Memorial School earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
Students take their English-language university entrance exams at Lee Kau Yan Memorial School earlier this year. Photo: Winson Wong
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