Earlier, more than 963,000 students took exams in literature and chemistry on June 2, and history and geography the day after.
The test questions were assessed to be scientific and suitable to the students’ capabilities.
Dang Ngoc Duc, a candidate from the Einstein High School in Hai Phong city, said he was satisfied after completing his paper and said it was not too hard to answer the test questions.
Dao Van Minh, deputy head of the high school education section under the city’s Department of Education and Training said the questions on this year’s math test were easier than last year’s. Average students should be able to finish 60-70% of the questions, while the better students could easily achieve high marks.
In Ho Chi Minh City, the exams took place on schedule and there were no power cuts or traffic problems. Youth volunteers in Can Gio district arranged coaches and motorbikes to transfer teachers and students to exam venues.
No violations of exam regulation were recorded in Quang Ninh, Thanh Hoa, Thua Thien - Hue, Quang Tri and Can Tho provinces. Nearly 100 disadvantaged students from Thot Not and Phan Van Tri High Schools in Can Tho city also received a free lunch and drinking water during their exams.
Candidates from Phu Quy island district in Binh Thuan province were transferred to the mainland to take their exams and received great support from the Binh Thuan Community College during the exams.
Elsewhere, some students could not take the exams as they had unexpected illnesses or accidents on their way to exam locations.
During the three-day exams, 34 candidates were found to be in violation of the exam regulations and were suspended, one-third less than last year, and ten supervisors were temporarily suspended over the examinations.
Deputy Minister of the MOET and head of the 2011-2012 High School Graduation Exam Steering Committee, Nguyen Vinh Hien, said the MOET will handle any violations of exam regulations very strictly.
The MOET published the official answers to the exam questions yesterday. Exam results will be announced on June 18, at the latest, and students will receive their temporary graduation certificates no later than June 24.