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Percentage of 2nd grade students who could not reach 61 when counting out loud. Counting requires students to know the numbers and understand the organization of the number sequence. It is an important prerequisite to acquire basic number concepts. The test administrator asked the pupils to start counting from one and up to the greatest possible number, meaning until they make their first mistake, hesitate for more than 5 seconds on a number or until 2 minutes have passed. The test administrator enters the last number read correctly or reached after 2 minutes have gone by. Data were published for this indicator beginning with PASEC 2014. Consult the PASEC website for more detailed information: http://www.pasec.confemen.org/