Why are Asian girls still struggling to get an A-Level
H eppERSON, Australia – Asian girls in A-levels have a higher than average chance of failing to pass the exam, according to a new report.
The Australian Institute of Educational Research’s (AIER) report said that while there is an increasing number of Asian students taking the exam on a full time basis, the percentage of Asian females who fail to pass is higher than the Asian population overall.
The report found that Asian girls have a median score of just 10.4, with an average of 16.8 points.
While there were a significant number of Asians who did pass the A-level, there was a “significant drop” in the percentage who passed compared to Asian males.
The AIER study found that while Asian females had a lower average score than Asian males, they were still far better than Asian boys and were better than the entire population of Australian men.
The study found Asian girls also scored higher than other ethnic groups, with a median of 9.7 points.
But the study also noted that girls in Asian countries such as China, South Korea, and India scored slightly higher than those in Australia.
The A- Level test is compulsory for all students, but only a small percentage of students pass it.
The research was commissioned by the Australian Education Union and the Australian National University and has been published in the Journal of Educational Psychology.
The results of the AIER research show that Asian females outperform their Asian male counterparts, and that Asian males are outperforming their Asian female counterparts.
But Asian females also have a lower mean score than other races, which means that the A grade will be more difficult for Asian males and females to pass than the A level.
The authors also found that the median Asian female score is just 9.8, which is lower than the average Asian male score of 12.1.
The researchers said the findings were significant because it was the first time that Asian female students have passed the exam in higher numbers than Asian male students.