According to a summary by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, 2019% of all universities and junior colleges publish all the exam questions in the individual academic ability test of the 71.9 university entrance exam, and 57.2% publish all the answers.
As the Ministry of Education requested the publication of exam questions and answers in response to a series of questioning mistakes at Kyoto University and Osaka University, the number of universities that have decided to publish all exam questions and answers has increased significantly.
The survey was conducted in August 2018, targeting 8 universities and junior colleges nationwide, and asked about the response status in the 1,070 entrance examination and the policy in the 2018 entrance examination.
According to the report, 2019% of the 1,028 junior colleges and 71.9 schools that answered that they would conduct an individual academic ability test answered that they would publish all the examination questions for the individual academic ability test in the 739 entrance examination.There were 17.0 schools with 175% of some publications and 1.8 schools with 19% of all non-publication.
Compared to the results of FY2018, some public announcements decreased by 12.7 points and all non-publication decreased by 3.7 points, while all public announcements increased by 7.4 points.
Only 57.2 schools, or 588%, said they would publish all the answers to the individual academic ability tests.Partially published was 14.8 schools with 152%, and all were unpublished at 4.8 schools with 49%. Compared to FY2018, some public announcements decreased by 8.8 points and all non-publication decreased by 32.2 points, while all public announcements increased by 19.9 points.
In 2018, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology emphasized the fact that mistakes in university entrance exams were discovered one after another, and requested that the answers be announced in principle at the 2019 entrance exams.For cases where one answer is not fixed, such as a descriptive question, the intent of the question, standard answer examples, and multiple answer examples were requested to be clearly stated.
reference:[Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology] Survey on efforts to prevent mistakes in university entrance examinations (PDF)