Public or private , there is a difference in Poland
How would I know whether she went to a private or public university? You would have to ask her.
Please don't presume I'm ignorant of Polish history, I am well aware of what happened to Poland.
Exactly what are you trying to say with this statement anyway?
I am talking about the Polish education system in 2013, which you seem to think is better on all levels including Matura and University. If that's how you see it, then the rebuilding of Poland and the lack of money in education hasn't really made too much difference has it? If in your opinion Poland is out performing the UK?
Listen lady - read what I wrote , I said friends , family etc .
You stated ' Polish matura is much much more difficult than British on advanced level '
When I queried how could you know this, you responded with ' Pam, I know that, first hand from my family members ', and then went on to say your family studied In the USA, France and Canada!
my female cousin studied in England , but I don`t remember where , I was not interested to ask , because I don`t value British education too much
Ah, so you do have one family member that studied here. But as you weren't too interested in asking, you won't know if she sat A levels or not would you?
The only point I'm trying to make here Monia, is that you're giving us all your opinion on how easy the British education system is compared with Poland, but providing no evidence to back up your claims.
I don't know how the Matura and Polish universities compare with the UK. I sat my A levels and took my degrees in the UK. I would not be so presumptuous as to say the Matura is easier, because not having taken it, I just don't know. And that is my point, neither do you! Hearsay from your family, only one of whom studied in the UK, is not exactly evidence is it?
Then my friend`s daughter was admitted to Cambridge last year at psychology . So what is it that you don`t comrehend .
The original question I asked you still hasn't been addressed, Why you think A levels are far easier than the Matura. What I don't comprehend is why you're giving me this example of your friend's daughter. Did she sit A levels?
Then my niece studied social science in Toronto Canada , at the U of T.
I am not interested in your family studying anywhere other than the UK. How is this relevant? You have one family member that studied in the UK, and you weren't interested enough to ask about her experience you said. I think that says everything really. You don't have knowledge about the British education system.
University graduates from the western part of Europe don`t have general knowledge about history , biology , mathematics , simple calculation even that compared to the 8- th grade of Polish primary school student . .
Yeah, we're thick as sh1t over here don't you know. ROFL!!!!!