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Turkey Foreign Languages ​​Exam (YDS) will be held in 81 provinces for the first time

March 15, 2022

OSYM President Prof.Dr. Halis Aygün announced on his Twitter account that the YDS application guide was published. ÖSYM President stated that YDS will be held in 81 provinces for the first time this year.

Polytechnics to allow students to spread out studies beyond 3 years

March 15, 2022

Second Minister for Education Maliki Osman announced that polytechnics will explore having a more flexible curriculum for selected students who would benefit from spreading out their learning over more than three years.

The threshold score in the Turkey university exam has been removed

March 14, 2022

At the entrance to the university, the threshold score in the TYT and AYT exams has been lifted. In the statement made by YÖK, it was reported that the application of 150 and 180 TYT and AYT threshold scores has been abolished in the preference for associate and undergraduate programs. On the other hand, the duration of the exam sessions has also changed.

Private education is not prohibited in Finland

March 11, 2022

Since August 2020, more than 18,000 users have shared on social media claiming that private education in Finland is “forbidden” , “eliminated” or “abolished” . In September 2021, it circulated again, but it is false: Finland does have private schools. What is prohibited is basic education for profit.

Singapore A-level results release

March 10, 2022

School candidates will receive their results in their respective classrooms, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB).

New PSLE scoring system sees more Singapore pupils qualifying to take secondary school subjects at higher level

March 10, 2022

The Ministry of Education (MOE) said that about 65 per cent of pupils who qualified for the Normal (Academic) and Normal (Technical) courses this year can take at least one subject at a more demanding level in secondary school.

Government looking at timetable and curriculum changes for schools in South Africa

March 09, 2022

The Department of Basic Education is holding a lekgotla this week to discuss how the country’s schooling sector will recover after two years of pandemic-related disruptions.

Malaysia SPM candidates still focusing on exams despite disruptions

March 08, 2022

Despite the various disruptions to the school year and Covid-19, several Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) candidates here are still focusing on making the best preparations to excel in the examination.

Turkey implements new two-level elective courses in secondary schools

March 08, 2022

The Ministry of National Education (MEB) has decided that the two-level elective "environmental education" course in secondary schools will be implemented in three stages, under the name of "environmental education and climate change", starting next year.

Evaluating Japan's Common Test for University Admissions

March 07, 2022

Regarding the Common Test for University Admissions, which was held for the first time this year, the National Center for University Entrance Examinations was a problem evaluation and analysis committee that summarized the problems of each subject and subject based on the opinions of high school teachers and educational research groups.

Australia HSC results brought forward to same day as ATARs

March 04, 2022

Higher School Certificate marks for the 2021 exams will be released four days earlier than planned, ensuring that recently graduated year 12 students will receive both their HSC marks and ATAR on the same day. HSC exams finished on December 3 after the tests were twice delayed due to COVID-19. In the end, none of the 400,000 individual exam sessions were canceled.

SAT going digital in shifting US college admissions landscape

March 04, 2022

The SAT exam will move from paper and pencil to a digital format, saying the shift will boost its relevancy as more colleges make standardized tests optional for admission.

Thousands of WASSCE results cancelled or withheld in Ghana

March 03, 2022

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has disclosed that a total of 1,339 subject results and 174 entire results of some students who sat for the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates in Ghana have been cancelled.

Malaysia SPM 2021 Timetable Released, Written Exams Starts In March 2022

March 02, 2022

Education Minister Dr Radzi Jidin shared the new, updated SPM schedule on its official Facebook account yesterday. He announced that the ministry has altered the timetable and the exam will begin from 2 March to 29 March 2022.

South Africa is seeing a big move to online schools – with new rules incoming

March 01, 2022

Basic Education minister Angie Motshekga says her department is developing a new framework to help regulate the rise of online schools in South Africa.

Singapore students in quarantine or on approved Covid-19 absence may still take national exams

March 01, 2022

Quarantined students will be allowed to take their national examinations this year if they wish to, subject to stringent criteria, said the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB).

Japan Association of National Universities set up additional exams

February 28, 2022

Based on the infection status of the new coronavirus, the Japan Association of National Universities held a press conference after the first general meeting on June 14, to secure opportunities to take the individual examinations of this year's national universities, such as setting additional examinations.

Tanzania Form VI Exams: public schools steal show

February 24, 2022

National Examination Council of Tanzania (NECTA) released the 2021 Form VI National Examination results (ACSE), with government schools outshining private schools. This news comes after the country canceled exams early on in the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Japan's Common test problem leaked

February 22, 2022

Minister of Education received the university entrance examination after the female university students who appeared were sent documents because the problem of the common test for university entrance examination that was held in January leaked to the outside during the examination time.

Turkey Ministry of National Education (MEB) conducted monitoring and evaluation exams

February 21, 2022

The Ministry of National Education conducted assessment exams for secondary and high school students in 81 provinces. 201,000 students participated in the monitoring and evaluation exam, which was held for the first time.


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