During the entrance examination of the most prestigious high school in the area, a variety of incidences occur. Someone casts the shadow of wanting to crush the examination over the school. Who could this person be, and what could possibly be their aim?! Every single person is a potential suspect, and the truth of this whole affair is shrouded in mystery until the very end...
Runtime: 45 minutes
High School Entrance Exam - Abitur - Netflix
Abitur (German: [abiˈtuːɐ̯]) is a qualification granted by university-preparatory schools in Germany, Lithuania, and Estonia. It is conferred on students who pass their final exams at the end of their secondary education, usually after twelve or thirteen years of schooling (see also for Germany Abitur after twelve years). In German, the term Abitur has roots in the archaic word Abiturium, which in turn was derived from the Latin abiturus (future active participle of abire, thus “someone who is going to leave”. As a matriculation examination, Abitur can be compared to A-levels, the Matura or the International Baccalaureate Diploma, which are all ranked as level 4 in the European Qualifications Framework.
High School Entrance Exam - The International Abitur - Netflix
The International Abitur is offered at schools outside Germany that are accredited by the German Government. The five Abitur exams (three written exams and two oral exams) are in the following subjects: German Literature, European History or Economics or Math or a Natural Science or a language. In February of senior year (grade 12), all students take the written examinations for the German International Abitur in three subjects including German. In late spring, students have mandatory oral examinations in two subjects, which are overseen by a German educational official. The final GPA includes grades from both junior and senior years, as well as for the five Abitur exams. The final diploma that students receive after successful completion of these exams allows them to qualify for admission to Universities in Germany.
High School Entrance Exam - References - Netflix