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List of Average Scores by Subject of 2011 EJU (2nd Session)

Subject
(score range)
Examinees
Average Score
Highest Score
Lowest Score
Standard Dev.
Japanese as a
Foreign
Language

(*)
Listening and
Listening-
Reading
(0-200)
18,330
108.0
(54.0%)
171
(85.5%)
28
(14.0%)
27.2
(13.6%)
Reading
(0-200)
134.1
(67.1%)
197
(98.5%)
27
(13.5%)
34.1
(17.1%)
Total
(0-400)
242.1
(60.5%)
368
(92.0%)
55
(13.8%)
57.2
(14.3%)
Writing
(0~50)
31.0
(62.0%)
50
(100.0%)
0
(0.0%)
9.8
(19.6%)
Science
Physics
(0~100)
2,978
52.4
(52.4%)
96
(96.0%)
25
(25.0%)
12.8
(12.8%)
Chemistry
(0~100)
3,444
52.4
(52.4%)
92
(92.0%)
19
(19.0%)
14.6
(14.6%)
Biology
(0~100)
1,051
59.9
(59.9%)
90
(90.0%)
25
(25.0%)
11.8
(11.8%)
Japan and the World
(0~200)
8,772
119.6
(59.8%)
199
(99.5%)
10
(5.0%)
33.7
(16.9%)
Mathematics
Course 1
(0-200)
7,789
103.4
(51.7%)
191
(95.5%)
24
(12.0%)
24.6
(12.3%)
Course 2
(0-200)
3,315
112.6
(56.3%)
199
(99.5%)
28
(14.0%)
28.6
(14.3%)
Note: Percentages of Average Score, Highest Score, Lowest Score and Standard Dev. indicate the ratio to a perfect score.

(*)The number of examinees for Japanese as a Foreign Language includes those who are exempt from part of sections of Japanese as a Foreign Language (listening and listening-reading, reading, writing) due to the testing accommodations.
The Average Score, Highest Score, Lowest Score and Standard Dev. of the respective sections of Japanese as a Foreign Language (listening and listening-reading, reading, writing) were calculated by using the scores of actual examinees in respective sections.
The figures indicated in “Total” of Japanese as a Foreign Language represent the aggregation of respective scores obtained by actual examinees who took “listening and listening-reading” and “reading” and excludes those scores of the examinees who were exempt from part of the sections due to the testing accommodations.

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