CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes
CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes
CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes
CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes
CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes
CC Sant Vicenç de Paül Sóller Education Soller Balears, Illes

Extract of the weekly Voz de Sóller / 10 February 2017

The school agreed St. Vincent de Paul has proved that performed best in the PISA tests in the archipelago of the Balearic Islands in the area of science and third in math and reading skill. The tests took place between 2015 students that year met 16 years and the results have been known recently. Indeed science section was in this last edition had a greater weight because it made more extensive tests. Fifty schools in the Balearic Islands were chosen to take part in some international tests used to assess the level of education by regions and countries.

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Science students sollerics they get a note of 536 points, the best of the Balearic Islands, exceeding the average of the Autonomous Community (485), the Spanish (493) and also in Europe (495). As for the math section, St. Vincent de Paul won third place in the Balearic Islands, with a score of 518, when the whole archipelago the average is 476, 486 in Spain and Europe of 493. Finally, in the category of reading ability, students of St. Vincent de Paul also placed with 528 points in third place in the Balearic Islands, which gets an average of 485, also above the Spanish average (486) and Europe (493). The center Sóller is rated above the average of any region within Spain (except the tie with Navarre in mathematics) and eighth in science would be internationally (Spain is ranked 29), the thirteenth in mathematics (Spain 33rd ) and sixth in reading (Spain 32nd).

The same examination in 73 countries

Evidence of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) conducted every three years. The last edition had the participation of 73 countries, where 15 students and 16 answer 55 questions on mathematics, science and reading ability. Used to compare the levels of regions and countries.