Are Vietnamese good at maths?

In the last international PISA assessment for math and science, Vietnam outperformed many developed countries, including the UK and the US. … No other low-income country performs at the same level or better than developed countries on an international assessment.

Are Vietnamese people good at maths?

Vietnam does very well in the international PISA tables that compare 15-year-olds’ performance in maths, science and reading. Vietnam ranks 17 in maths and 8 in science, which outperforms many Western countries like the UK (26 and 20) and US (36 and 28).

Do students learn math in secondary school in Vietnam?

At secondary school, students study such subjects as Vietnamese, math classes, biology, physics, foreign language, physical education and music. … Depending upon the course of study chosen, students can go to college or university after completing the National Graduation Exam.

Are the Vietnamese smart?

Vietnamese are smarter as Whites while in SE Asia and they seem to outperform Whites here in the US from what I can tell. A recent excellent study by the Vietnamese government found an IQ of 109.9, 109.9 (!) for the urban people and 99.9 for the rural areas.

What is considered rich in Vietnam?

You’re usually considered well-off (upper middle class) if your wage is around 30 million VND/month, or about 15 500 USD/year. If your wage is around 50 million VND/month, or about 25 788 USD/year, then you’re firmly in the rich zone.

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Why is Vietnam so poor?

The majority of the poor are farmers. In 1998 almost 80 percent of the poor worked in agriculture. The majority of the poor live in rural, isolated, mountainous or disaster prone areas, where physical infrastructure and public service are relatively undeveloped. The poor often lack production means and cultivated land.

Is Vietnam still communist?

Government of Vietnam

The Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a one-party state. A new state constitution was approved in April 1992, replacing the 1975 version. The central role of the Communist Party was reasserted in all organs of government, politics and society.

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