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Identification Form of The Secondary School Entrance Examination, 1970

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The Secondary School Entrance Exam (SSEE) was introduced by the Department of Education since 1962, which was to replace the former Joint Primary 6 Exam (JP6E) and select P.6 candidates to enter different secondary schools. It was in 1977 the 15-year-long system was put to an end and replaced by the Secondary School Places Allocation (SSPA). SSEE was usually held on one of the days in the first week of May. Subjects contained Chinese Language, English Language and Arithmetic, with the exam duration of 45 minutes for each. Candidates from English primary schools may choose English Language Paper (AE I / II) instead of the Chinese and English Language. The result is divided into 9 grades, ranking from Grade 1 down to 9, Grade 6 and above will be considered as a pass. The image shows an admission ticket for the Secondary School Entrance Exam (SSEE). The student studied at Kam Tin Mung Yeung Public School, and his test centre was Yuen Long Public Secondary School.
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