The University Entrance Examination Center will recruit university student monitors for the university entrance common test prototype questions from the 2025 academic year onwards. In the monitor survey that will be held in November, we will actually solve the problems and judge whether the contents of the prototype problems are appropriate or not.

 According to the university entrance examination center, the monitor survey will be conducted for three days from November 11th to 10th, and the monitor will participate in one of these days while connecting to the web conference system Zoom from home. In addition to the information course in which you answer two subjects, "Information I" and "Old Information (Tentative)," in addition to "National Language," you will have a total of two subjects: "General Geography," "General History," and "Public Affairs." There are three subject courses to answer.

 The number of recruits is 1,000 for the information course and 3 for the 500 subject course.Eligible applicants are first- and second-year university students who have taken the Common Test for University Admissions in 1 or 2.For the information course, students must have experience learning the basics of programming, such as taking "science of information" in high school. For the three subject course, in addition to "national language" in the university entrance common test, "world history A" and "world history B" , "Geography A," "Geography B," "Modern Society," "Ethics," "Politics/Economics," and "Ethics, Politics/Economics."

 Recruitment is until September 9th.Applicants can apply through the website of the University Entrance Examination Center.The university entrance examination center may close the application early depending on the number of applicants.

reference:[University Entrance Examination Center] About the implementation of a monitor survey on the prototype problems of the university entrance common test after 7

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