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Finnish secondary school students top statistics for the most crowded classes

Wednesday, 25 May 2011
The Finnish high school students are among the most crowded in the world, according to a new statistics collected in the PISA study.
Of the OECD countries ranked only Greece and Argentina are ranked lower than Finland in terms of messy classes.


Students were asked, among other things, how long to takes before it gets quiet in class when  lesson have to begin.
The least disruptive students are in countries such as China, Japan and Kazakhstan.
The Finnish students' knowledge has for years been among the best in many areas.
By Scancomark.se Team

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