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Old 19.03.2021, 02:46
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Re: Equal rights for women

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Do you remember details that would help identify the study?
you should find some more info here (italics added by myself):

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In AKF (the test for general cognitive abilities), boys performed significantly better than girls. In all three examination rounds (LG 2008, LG and KG 2009), many boys achieved very good results in the AKF, but at the same time did not pass the examination: the higher the test results of candidates who did not pass the examination, the larger the proportion of boys, i.e., boys could benefit from the AKF as an additional examination section. The overall experience score (=grade from previous school) was slightly higher for girls than for boys. There was no difference between boys and girls in the examination grade. In the long-term and also in the regular gymnasium boys failed the probationary period more often than girls, in the long-term gymnasium even significantly more often.
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