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Dutch News
Group eight takes CITO 2/7/2007
6 February 2007

AMSTERDAM – Most group eight pupils will be sweating over the standardised CITO tests in the coming days.

Spelling questions and arithmetic are the subject for Tuesday morning’s test.

More than eight in ten schools administer the test, which is intended to help teachers, parents and pupils decide what secondary education programme would be best for the child.

The test contains 200 multiple choice questions on basic language, math and study skills.

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