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Adopting Absolute Evaluation for CSAT is Under Consideration by the Government
Kim Yeo-jung  |  yeojunglucykim@gmail.com
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Interview from Chung-Ang University’s Administration Office Currently, Korea has not yet decided on whether to adopt relative evaluation or absolute evaluation for the CSAT. However, Chung- Ang University’s Administration Office states that the current relative evaluation should remain. According to the administration’s perspectives, there are three reasons a to why it is better to keep the current system, which is the relative evaluation of the CSATs. Firstly, students will no longer have a variety of opportunities when they are applying for universities. If the current relative evaluation of CSAT changes into an absolute evaluation, none of the students would have a second chance. This means that, high school students wouldn’t be able to make up for their mistakes and would lose the chance to improve their grades. For example, students who failed to do well in the first year of high school, will not have another chance, which then make it impossible to get into a good college. Thus, this gives students no hope for the future, even if they decide to study harder after failure. Secondly, fairly selecting the right students would be difficult. If the CSAT turns into an absolute evaluation, there will be more than ten times the number of students who are likely to receive 1st level. Thus, there will be hundreds of students who are on a same level, which means that it would be impossible to rank or divide students accordingly. Lastly, the “Jung-si” system would be the same as the “Su-si”, where both system will end up evaluating students with only the high school transcript. There will be no differences between them. If universities are unable to divide or rank students by levels, “Jung-si” would eventually need to end up reflecting student’s transcript. Therefore, both categories would basically have the same procedure for selecting students. Considering all of these problems, the Chung-Ang Administration Office has stated that it is more appropriate to keep the current relative evaluation system for the CSAT. To wrap up, the Chung-Ang University’s Administration Office believes that keeping the current relative system for CSAT scores is more applicable in terms of considering all the perspectives. Moreover, CAU points out that it is less likely to change into an absolute evaluation system. CAU will always try to do its best in selecting excellent students fairly and accurately.< 저작권자 © 중앙헤럴드 무단전재 및 재배포금지 >
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