There are a number of ways that you can discuss it. Power point can be difficult if there is too much or too little information. Keep this mind when doing a power point presentation. If you think about the font size and visuals, you will have a great start. For example, when you do your research if you find the number of college students who fail an entrance exam represented with a chart, this would be great to include. Here are some examples of how you can get started:
1) Your first slide could include a statistic or any other information to open your presentation.
2) Don't focus on too much information, because it is similar to when you prepare a speech. As a speaker you will be telling your audience about the information that you have learned.
3) You should try to simplify the information. If you feel you might get too nervous, you can add more so you can be able to refer to it if you forget what you will say.
Here are some more tips on content and how you can organize information by slides:
1) Discuss some broad points in the beginning and then become more specific
2) You could discuss your position. Do you think college entrance exams should be abolished?
3) Have they stopped some applicants from attending their preferred school?
4) Does this effect enrollment rates in some universities?
If you have given a speech before, that is what a power point presentation is similar to. It is a tool that helps the audience to see a visual representation of what you will discuss. You can find information on Bates college website. On the search tab, type in "Power Point" and it will give you some information about power points and basic slideshows.
I hope this helps you. Since I don't have any information besides the topic, I have tried to give you general suggestions.