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What do You know about Poznań?
/storage/images/about_poland/pzn_14.jpgThe first Prussian "Matura" had taken place in Poznań at St. Maria Magdalena Gymnasium in 1803. The curriculum of the classical - reformed gymnasium covered German, mythodology, anthropology, system of the Prussian state and civil knowledge, physics, calligraphy, grammar and drawing. Upon regaining the independence, the first Polish "Matura" took place on June 5, 1920 in the State Gymnasium named after St. Maria Magdalena. The examination commission was composed of the teachers lecturing religion, Polish, Latin, Greek and French, history, geography, mathematics and physics.
After the end of WW2, the "Matura" exam had been subject to many modifications. At present, it is taken upon the completion of a secondary general school with a view to checking the graduate's capacity to take up studies at the higher education level institution. Originally, the "Matura students" had to take a written examination in two subjects - Polish and mathematics. In the 1980s, students were allowed to choose another subject (next to Polish). This regulation had been in force until 2004. The "Matura" examination results were rated according to the school grades (from outstanding to unsatisfactory). Since 2005, graduates of post - gymnasium schools, secondary general schools and vocational secondary schools have had to take a new "Maturity" examination (graduates of technical secondary school will take the new "Matura" examinations in 2006). The examination consists of a verbal part assessed at school and the written part assessed by examiners from the list of examiners kept by the Central Examination Commission. The assessment system is also a novelty. Results of examinations will be expressed in the percentage scale. In order to pass the Maturity exam, a student needs to score 30% of all points possible to achieve from each of the obligatory subjects to be taken This refers both to the verbal and written part of the examination. The new "Matura" commenced on 18 April 2005 with a verbal examination in Polish or a foreign language. It was taken by 6.399 graduates of 67 Poznań schools. Upon passing the "Matura" examination, the youth will receive the Maturity Certificate issued by the Regional Examination Commission.


Voivodship - Greater Poland

Municipal government - Rada miasta Poznania

Area - 261,3 km2

Population
- city - 578 900
- urban - 850 000
- density - 2215/km2

Founded - 8th century

City rights - 1253

Latitude - 52°17'34'' N - 52°30'27'' N

Longitude - 16°44'08'' E - 17°04'28'' E

Area code + 48 61

Car plates - PO

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