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Hot countries Compared by Education > Primary school starting age > Years

DEFINITION: Primary school starting age (years). Entrance age of primary is the age at which students would enter primary education, assuming they had started at the official entrance age for the lowest level of education, had studied full-time throughout and had progressed through the system without repeating or skipping a grade.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
=1 Ethiopia 7 2012
=1 Tanzania 7 2012
=1 Indonesia 7 2012
=1 Guinea 7 2012
=1 El Salvador 7 2012
=1 Senegal 7 2012
=1 Papua New Guinea 7 2012
=1 Guatemala 7 2012
=1 Equatorial Guinea 7 2012
=1 Eritrea 7 2012
=1 Mali 7 2012
=1 Niger 7 2012
=1 Brazil 7 2012
=1 Zambia 7 2012
=15 Swaziland 6 2012
=15 Cameroon 6 2012
=15 Burkina Faso 6 2012
=15 Liberia 6 2012
=15 Madagascar 6 2012
=15 Malawi 6 2012
=15 Dominican Republic 6 2012
=15 Bahrain 6 2012
=15 Libya 6 2012
=15 Bangladesh 6 2012
=15 Malaysia 6 2012
=15 Panama 6 2012
=15 Costa Rica 6 2012
=15 Nigeria 6 2012
=15 Ecuador 6 2012
=15 Tuvalu 6 2012
=15 Thailand 6 2012
=15 Hong Kong 6 2012
=15 Sierra Leone 6 2012
=15 Philippines 6 2012
=15 Colombia 6 2012
=15 Fiji 6 2012
=15 Qatar 6 2012
=15 Sudan 6 2012
=15 Maldives 6 2012
=15 Suriname 6 2012
=15 Venezuela 6 2012
=15 Zimbabwe 6 2012
=15 Mauritania 6 2012
=15 Mexico 6 2012
=15 Paraguay 6 2012
=15 Botswana 6 2012
=15 Cambodia 6 2012
=15 Bolivia 6 2012
=15 Ghana 6 2012
=15 Saudi Arabia 6 2012
=15 Cape Verde 6 2012
=15 Oman 6 2012
=15 Gabon 6 2012
=15 Yemen 6 2012
=15 Jamaica 6 2012
=15 Macau 6 2012
=15 India 6 2012
=15 Kenya 6 2012
=15 Solomon Islands 6 2012
=15 Somalia 6 2012
=15 Laos 6 2012
=15 Cote d'Ivoire 6 2012
=15 Benin 6 2012
=15 Cuba 6 2012
=15 Togo 6 2012
=15 Tonga 6 2012
=15 Vietnam 6 2012
=15 Angola 6 2011
=15 Chad 6 2012
=15 Mozambique 6 2012
=15 Uganda 6 2012
=15 Brunei 6 2012
=15 Algeria 6 2012
=15 Marshall Islands 6 2012
=15 Kiribati 6 2012
=15 Haiti 6 2012
=15 Iraq 6 2010
=15 Guinea-Bissau 6 2012
=15 Seychelles 6 2012
=15 Egypt 6 2012
=15 Djibouti 6 2012
=15 Nicaragua 6 2012
=15 Democratic Republic of the Congo 6 2012
=15 Kuwait 6 2012
=15 New Caledonia 6 2012
=15 Guyana 6 2012
=15 Honduras 6 2012
=15 Singapore 6 2012
=15 Comoros 6 2012
=90 Dominica 5 2012
=90 Mauritius 5 2012
=90 Barbados 5 2012
=90 Australia 5 2012
=90 Belize 5 2012
=90 Trinidad and Tobago 5 2012
=90 The Bahamas 5 2012
=90 Pakistan 5 2012
=90 Samoa 5 2012
=90 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5 2012
=90 Saint Lucia 5 2012
=90 Bermuda 5 2012
=90 Grenada 5 2012
=90 Antigua and Barbuda 5 2012
=90 Burma 5 2012
=90 Sri Lanka 5 2012

Citation

"Countries Compared by Education > Primary school starting age > Years. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", UNESCO Institute for Statistics. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/Hot-countries/Education/Primary-school-starting-age/Years

Hot countries Compared by Education > Primary school starting age > Years

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Interesting observations about Education > Primary school starting age > Years

  • Sri Lanka has ranked last for primary school starting age > years since 1978.
  • Guatemala ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Christian countries in 2012.
  • Brazil ranked second for primary school starting age > years amongst Hot countries in 2012.
  • Croatia ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Europe in 2012.
  • Niger ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Muslim countries in 2012.
  • China ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst East Asia and Pacific in 2012.
  • Namibia ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Former British colonies in 2012.
  • Finland ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Cold countries in 2012.
  • Eritrea ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Heavily indebted countries in 2012.
  • Liechtenstein ranked first for primary school starting age > years amongst Landlocked countries in 2012.
  • Sweden ranked second for primary school starting age > years amongst High income OECD countries in 2012.
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