The ‘sixes culture’ refers to the tendency of Dutch students to put in no more effort than the minimum necessary to score six out of 10 in exams – which is enough to scrape a pass. Efforts are being made to change this, for example by guaranteeing university places to high-scoring students.All typical untranslatable Dutch words and expressions translated in the Dictionairy of Dutchness
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