Hygienic assessment of the academic load in modern students

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Orenburg State Medical University, Orenburg, Russia

Correspondence should be addressed: Ekaterina V. Bulycheva
ul. Sovetskaya, 6, Orenburg, 460000, Russia; ur.liam@aninsos-e

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Compliance with ethical standards: Minutes of the Meeting of the Local Ethics Committee of the Orenburg State Medical University No. 217 as of January 17, 2019.

Received: 2021-10-05 Accepted: 2021-11-23 Published online: 2021-12-30
Fig. 1. Indicators of a weekly academic load in schoolchildren from cities and villages
Fig. 2. The volume of a total weekly extracurricular academic load (hours)
Fig. 3. Share of grades with a schedule not corresponding to hygienic requirements as far as academic load distribution is concerned
Fig. 4. Intensity of school subjects depending on specialization
Table 1. Indicators of developing a rational schedule (Р±σр%)
Table 2. Indicators of intense academic activity in schoolchildren from cities and villages (in points)
*р≤0,05 to compare the organization of an academic process in rural and municipal schools
Table 3. Intensity of academic activity in schoolchildren by school subjects (intensity class/ M±m in points)
Table 4. Correction factors to rank the difficulty of the subjects studied in high school