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ejinsight | Study finds poor Chinese language skills among NCS students

The Caritas Community Centre – Kowloon had earlier this year commissioned the Hong Kong Baptist University to find out what the average Chinese literacy rate is among non-Chinese speaking (NCS) students at high schools.

the examinees’ average score in the writing category of the first exam was only 29.1 marks, lower than what 76.4 percent of local Primary One students who had taken the same test had scored.

Their average scores in reading and listening were 39 and 56.2 marks, respectively.


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