August 04, 2023
The Ministry of Education said on Wednesday that the Direct School Admission (DSA) exercise allows students to gain direct entry to secondary schools and junior colleges based on their talents and potential, beyond their performance at the national examinations.
August 03, 2023
More vocational subjects such as computing and business preferred by those studying in England
August 02, 2023
Students awarded highest grades on record in 2021, when exams were scrapped and replaced by inflated teacher assessments
August 01, 2023
Secondary schools are not prepared in terms of capacity for the strong year of the so-called Husák's grandchildren, who are heading for the entrance exams this year. Councilor of the Central Bohemian Region Milan Vácha (STAN) and EDUin director Miroslav Hřebecký agree in the Pro and Against program that radical systemic changes in education policy are needed, and blame the state and school founders for the situation.
July 31, 2023
Some 5, 662 examination certificates are yet to be collected from Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) offices for the last 20 years.
July 31, 2023
The Colombian Institute for the Evaluation of Education (ICFES) announced the extension of the term to register for the State Exams Saber 11 Calendar A, Pre Saber and Validation of the Academic Baccalaureate.
July 28, 2023
While examinees will have to fill up form for the examination in October 2023, other details of the programme would be notified later.
July 27, 2023
The Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent exams will begin on August 17 simultaneously in 10 education boards in Bangladesh this year. The Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board released the schedule for all educational boards.
July 26, 2023
Exam season has finished for GCSE and other students across the UK.
It was the second year of formal exams since the pandemic and there were still some changes to how things worked, depending on where you live.
July 25, 2023
Universities in Victoria and NSW have banned the recruitment of students from some Indian states as the federal government has voiced fresh concern over increasing visa fraud.