“It hurts its owner.. Shawky warns first and second secondary students against cheating in exams

10:52 PM

Tuesday 04 January 2022

Books – Osama Ali:

Dr. Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education and Technical Education, warned students in the first and second grades of secondary school against attempts to cheat during exams.

Shawky said, in his statements on his personal Facebook page, that any attempts to cheat in exams only harm the owner and deprive him of the opportunity to learn and train.

The Minister of Education explained that the main objective of these assessments is to determine the student’s level of understanding of learning outcomes, and to identify the quality of the new assessment questions, which aim to measure understanding of learning outcomes, and they are useful and important exercises on the way to the end of the secondary stage.

The Ministry of Education and Technical Education announced the mid-year exams schedule for the academic year (2021-2022) for first and second grade students.

According to a statement issued by the Ministry of Education, the examination for the first secondary grade will take place from Saturday 22/1/2022 to Wednesday 2/2/2022.

The exams for the second year of secondary school will be held from Sunday 23/1/2022 to Thursday 3/2/2022.

The Ministry also set the date for exams for out-of-total subjects for students in the second year of secondary school on January 16 and 18, 2022, while exams for first-year secondary students for subjects out of total will be held on January 15 and 17, 2022.

The ministry added that the exams are electronic in the school with monitoring and secured committees, taking into account the application of all precautionary measures.

The Ministry of Education called on all students to take into account the time allotted to answer each subject.

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