KUWAIT CITY, Dec 9: In a crucial announcement, the Ministry of Education has confirmed that off-schedule exams for high school students in both the scientific and literary sections are set to commence the day after tomorrow, on Sunday. The exams are scheduled to run until Thursday, the 14th of this month, with the written exams for the first academic period starting on January 3.
The Ministry emphasized the significance of closely monitoring students’ grades in their records. It has advised students to withdraw transcripts of grades, including daily work, practical assignments, and exam subjects outside the regular schedule, for review at their respective schools. Students must check and approve these grades according to the specified date in the mechanism to prevent any modifications after data transfer to the control system.
This directive aims to maintain the integrity of the grading system and ensure an accurate representation of students’ academic performance. The Ministry’s emphasis on adhering to the designated procedures underscores the importance of a transparent and fair assessment process during these off-schedule exams. Students are urged to comply with the outlined procedures to avoid any complications in the grading and review process.
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