Final exams young adults (aged 18 or 19) take at the end of their secondary education in certain European countries.(noun)
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Use "matura" in a sentence
"Those who have passed the final examination called "matura" (maturity exam) may apply to universities."
"Those who do not want to study at university and those who have not taken the "matura" examination may continue their education in post-secondary vocational schools."
"The purpose of these schools is to meet the demand for qualified workers, and they also provide young people with the opportuninty of acquiring secondary education and taking the 'matura' examination."