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Ministry of Education revamps high school records for twelfth graders

The process includes withdrawing lists of twelfth-grade students applying for high school examinations

  • School administrations will review student records, while examination control and student affairs departments in educational regions assess lists of twelfth-grade students applying for exams through the home system.

The Ministry of Education, in its preparations for high school end-of-year exams, has initiated a process starting today, Sunday the 14th, until Thursday the 25th, focusing on the second-grade control mechanism for the second academic period.

This process involves withdrawing lists of twelfth-grade students applying for high school exams, with school administrations reviewing student records and examination control and student affairs departments in educational regions reviewing lists of twelfth-grade students applying for high school exams through the home system.

It also emphasized the need to compile the following statements into a single spiral file and submit them for approval in the specified order before sending them to the control.

List of students:

  • List of students applying for the high school exam.
  • Disclosure of discrepancies in English names.
  • Identification of inaccuracies in birthplaces.
  • Identification of nationality discrepancies.
  • Disclosure of exempted students.
  • List of students without tenth or eleventh-grade certificates.
  • Identification of religious education students without designated denominations.
  • List of religious education students without designated foreign languages, with necessary documentation attached for required amendments before issuing seat numbers.


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