The percentage share of students from St John Paul II Secondary School in Vilnius, who took the Lithuanian matriculation exam at the highest level of 86-100 points, is higher this year | Phot. Marian Paluszkiewicz
The National Education Agency (NŠA) presented the first results of the state matriculation exams: Lithuanian language and literature, mathematics, foreign language (German and French), geography and biology. “The percentage of
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