The National Examinations Council (NECO) has rescheduled the 2021 National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) into Federal Unity Colleges from May 29 to June 5. NECO also recently has ruled out extending registration for the 2021 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) for institution-based candidates.
Determined to hold annual board examinations for students of secondary and higher secondary classes, the government on Wednesday scaled down the exams to only elective subjects which would begin after July 10 across the country.
The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has decided to provide provisional admission to A2 students, whose Cambridge exams have been postponed to October-November, in the Fall 2021 semester in universities to avoid their loss.
The written Abitur exams in Hamburg expired under special conditions due to Covid-19 2021. Mathematics and English written exams were better this year than the year before. According to the school authorities, the number of students has increased, especially in math, compared to the 2020 Abitur class.
Oral exams are canceled all over the country, due to a several thousand students and several hundred teachers in quarantine. Many have pointed out that the infection situation has led to many students missing out on education programs, which in turn could lead to an unfair situation for many.
The Ministry of National Education unveiled the official exam calendar for the three school cycles for the year 2020/2021.
Secondary school graduates will not take their final exam, known as “maturita” in Slovak, this year. The decision was adopted due to the current developments with the Covid-19 pandemic. The final exam should reflect their four-year work, the Education Ministry suggested.
The return to school of year eight and matriculation (matura) exam students is possible for students in Poland. Matura exams began in May with professional examinations and examinations to confirm professional qualifications will be held in June and July.
The Assembly of the Republic approved the carrying out of national exams to improve the internal classification in secondary education, a possibility that was not foreseen in the scope of the exceptional measures due to the pandemic.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) is scheduled to organise the high school graduation exam in two phases if the COVID-19 epidemic develops in a complicated manner, in which the first phase will take place on July 7-8 as planned while the second phase will be held for F0, F1, F2 candidates in isolated areas.
Grade 12 exams, known as Thanaweya Amma, will be held electronically, but there will also be a printed question paper available for students in order to avoid sudden technical problems that might arise, such as power cuts or problems that could appear on the exam’s platform.