57,665 students to sit for Secondary School Exams on Sunday
The Tripoli Examinations Department, headed by Muhammad Al-Arousi, said the number of students who will take part in this year’s Secondary School Exams are 57,665 from both literary and scientific divisions.
Al-Arousi added Saturday that the exam questions will be automated (MCQs) and have been distributed to 30 districts and cities across the country, east, west and south.
Al-Arousi also added that the number of students include the self-educated, home-schooled, and failing students.
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