MoE applies ‘strict measures’ at secret exam printing press

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KUWAIT CITY, June 5: The Ministry of Education applied strict measures at the secret printing press on Wednesday morning under the direct supervision of the Minister of Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research Dr. Adel Al- Adwani, and the presence of two undersecretaries Mansour Al-Daihani and Mansour Al-Dhafiri to follow-up the process of the transfer of the exam papers to the headquarters of the exam committees. On Wednesday, Grade 12 students resumed taking their exams in all sectors – scientific (biology), humanity (philosophy) and religious (Arabic – criticism and rhetoric).

In the same context, responsible educational sources denied the rumors about the leakage of the biology test. They called on students to focus on their studies and stay away from everything that could distract them, as well as adhere to the instructions and guidance provided to them in the exam committees, and not be carried away by the accounts that try to destabilize their educational career, as it can negatively affect their concentration and academic achievement. The sources affirmed that the Ministry of Education is coordinating with the Ministry of Interior’s Cyber Crime Department to monitor suspicious accounts that spread inaccurate information related to the secondary exams, adding that the ministry will not hesitate to take all necessary legal measures with the cooperation of the relevant authorities in this regard.

It is worth highlighting that the Grade 12 students of the scientific and humanity sections sat for their exam with all comfort and determination to complete their path to success to take the end-ofterm exam for the second period of the 2023/2024 academic year. The students of the scientific section sat for the biology exam, the humanity section students sat for the philosophy exam, and the religious education students sat for the Arabic language (criticism and rhetoric) exam. In this regard, the head of the exam committee in Jumana Bint Abi Talib Secondary School Naima Al-Enezi affirmed the keenness of the school administration to prepare in advance for the examination period to offer psychological support to the students, provide all means of comfort in the examination halls, provide the exam committees with all systems and regulations, and ensure all procedures are followed.

She revealed the ongoing cooperation with cooperative societies to provide snacks for female students, adding that a nurse was also arranged to deal with any emergency situations. Al-Enezi said, “The number of committees for female students in the science class and female students in the humanity class is four each. There is one main committee for students with learning difficulties. The number of female students was 74, divided by 53 in the scientific section and 21 in humanity. There are 44 female home students, divided by 18 in the scientific section and 26 in humanity.

Head of the exam committee in Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah High School, which is affiliated with the Capital Educational Zone, Mutreb Al-Arak stated that the exam committees included three main committees and one special committee. As for the total number of students, he said there are a total of 132 students with 48 from the humanity section, and 84 from the scientific section. Al-Arak revealed that the conduct of the exam within the committees was smooth and calm, and the students were reassured. He affirmed the keenness of the Ministry of Education to implement the regulations and systems to ensure the quality of education and the progress of the educational process. Al-Arak wished all students success and prosperity in their examinations.

By Abdul Rahman Al-Shammari
Al-Seyassah/Arab Times Staff

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