According to the data of the Ministry of National Education (MEB), 1 million 30 thousand 195 of 1 million 246 thousand 465 students took the LGS central exam this year, and the rate of participation in the exam was 82.65 percent, close to last year.
According to the LGS placement guide announced by the Ministry, this year, students will be placed in 2,492 high schools across Turkey based on their central exam score. The quota of these schools was announced as 206 thousand 414 students.
Last year, the number of high schools that accepted students by examination within the scope of LGS was announced as 2 thousand 323, and the quotas as 192 thousand 962.
In this context, the number of schools with exams increased by 169 and the quotas increased by 13,452 compared to last year.
MEB announced high school quotas and percentiles
On the other hand, the quotas of the schools that will admit students through the exam within the scope of the High School Entrance System (LGS) and the percentiles of the previous year were announced via the e-School system.
In order to guide students, the Ministry opened the quota tables of secondary education institutions for 2022 and the number of students in percentiles according to the provinces via e-School.
With the quota tables on the e-School, the lowest and highest percentages for placement in these schools in 2022 can be seen.
Students can compare their own percentiles in the exam this year with the school’s floor and ceiling percentiles formed last year.
In addition, the preference tables according to the registration regions of the schools that accept students without examination within the scope of local placement can be accessed via e-School.
The preference robot is available for use
The Ministry has prepared a preference robot to facilitate students’ preferences. By using the preference robot, school lists and detailed information about schools can be seen at the desired percentile ranges, both at the provincial and country level.
In the preference robot, it is possible to search according to school types, province, district and percentiles for the year 2022.