National high school exam to take place from June 25-27

Friday, 2018-03-16 10:15:08
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The national high school exam aims to obtain results for the consideration of high school graduation and admission to colleges. (Representational image)
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NDO – The 2018 national high school exam is scheduled to take place from June 25 to 27, with the aim of obtaining results for the consideration of high school graduation and admission to colleges, the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has announced.

Accordingly, each candidate will have to do five tests, including three independent tests (Mathematics, Literature, Foreign Languages), and two mixed tests – Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) and Social Sciences (History, Geography, and Citizen Education).

Except for the Literature test, to be implemented in an essay form in 120 minutes, the remaining tests will be in the form of questionnaire tests, with 90 minutes for Mathematics, 60 minutes for Foreign Languages, and 150 minutes for the mixed test (50 minutes for each component).

The MOET has requested that the exam results are announced and given to the candidates on July 11, and that the provincial Departments of Education and Training update the list of candidates that have been recognised for high school graduation into the exam management software no later than July 15.

The results for high school graduation recognition must be announced no later than July 17, the ministry insists, asking the provincial Departments of Education and Training to send the official lists of students who have been recognised for high school graduation to the Office of the MOET with August 5 as the deadline.

The detailed schedule of the 2018 national high school exam