Public school principals have said nasal swab results will be inspected to ensure students meet school entry requirements and pass exams.
They pointed out that students registered on school buses are required to show a negative, printed, corona examination (PCR) result no longer than 28 days, noting that students whose exam exceeds the specified period will not enter the school are not allowed to enter, while exams can be conducted for free at centers and councils approved for public schools for students.
The school boards have redistributed the exam schedule to the students for the end of the third semester. Today (Friday) the students of the ninth and tenth grades (the elite track) will examine chemistry, the eleventh grade (the advanced and general track) and health sciences . , and the eleventh grade (the elite track) will explore a subject: chemistry. The students of the twelfth grade in the General, Advanced, Elite and Applied directions, they place at the end of the current academic year, from half past eleven to half past one, from Monday 13 June to Friday 17 June with one subject per day.
Elite Track students begin their biology exams from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
On Mondays, the students do Mathematics, then English, Physics, Arabic and finally Chemistry.
Twelfth-year students from private schools take their exams in various subjects in public schools, with the exception of Islamic education, social studies and health sciences exams, which they take at their school.
As for the students of the twelfth grade in the schools of tolerance, they will take all their exams in government schools.
Students in grades five to eight begin their math exam on June 13, followed by the English language exam, then science, and they finish in Arabic on Thursday, 16th.
Third and fourth grade students begin their Maths exams in Group A on June 13, followed by the English Language Exam and then Science, and finish their “Integrated Curriculum” exams on June 16.
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