Эконометрические модели для высоких и низких оценок единых государственных экзаменов
Econometric models of the dependence on various factors of the number of participants of the Unified State Examination, which have scored different points for certain subjects in 2012 and 2013, are considered. The analysis uses data on high and low scores for regions of Russia. Dependences of the number of good and bad Unified State Examination points on the number of students who took part in the exam in different regions are studied. It is shown that, the more the number of participants in the exam in each region, the greater the number of both good and bad ratings in the region. But, as a rule, the number of low grades in a discipline is a concave function, and the number of high grades is a convex function of the number of schoolchildren who took part in the exam.