Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Ayman Ashour held a press conference on Monday to announce the results of faculties placement for Thanaweya Amma students with highest grades.
The Cabinet's media center denied news purported about issuing a decision to cancel the post-exam reassessment service for Thanaweya Amma students for the current academic year of 2022/2023.
Egypt’s Minister of Education Reda Hegazy announced in a press conference on Monday the exam results of Thanaweya Amma, the national system for final high school year.
The new school year will start on Saturday, 1 October, Hegazy said in a press conference to explain the details of the ministry’s plans for the new school year 2022/2023.
Pass average rates of Thanaweya Amma (high school) students at the final exams for the school year 2021/2022 hit 75.4 percent, a higher rate than the past year’s 74%, Minister of Education Tarek Shawki said.
Private tuition will not be beneficial to students in Thanaweya Amma tests beginning June 11, 2022, whether they will be internet or paper-based, official sources at the Ministry of Education told Youm7 Thursday.
High school exams marathon started across Egypt Saturday, using the new system of bubble sheet for the first time.
He said exams will be held electronically (using tablets) with a printed question paper available to all students, in order to avoid any technical problem.
The president ordered facilitating the procedures for the Thanaweya Amma students in light of its new system to ensure they perform the exams smoothly and easily
He indicated that the cabinet had only proposed a few amendments to one article in the education law in force
They added that their desire to excel came out of a strong belief in being ambassadors for their home country in their second homeland Kuwait.
A total of 100 scholarships at newly opened private have been awarded to the top Thanaweya Amma students by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, according to the presidential spokesperson.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Sunday urged giving the highest priority to spreading awareness among students of the principles and instructions of religions, including freedom of belief, tolerance and acceptance of differences.
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister visited the complex of King Fahd Model Language School in Nasr City to check on the flow of the first day of thanaweya amma exams.
Police found out that two university students living in Beheira and Gharbiya are behind the circulated hashtag.
The measures will also be applied on exam supervisors and all school staff present at the exams or during marking the exam papers.
The Ministry of Education said on Wednesday that the students of high school (Thanaweya Amma) have the right to take the exams this year or postpone them to the next year amid the coronavirus fears.
Minister Shawky explained that the ministry will apply all precautionary measures and will sanitize exam rooms.
The ministry said in a statement it will offer 16,575 thermometers, 34,037,829 face masks, 6,411,804 gloves and 6,000 sanitizers to secure students against the virus.
Madbouli said wearing face masks in public places will be mandatory and penalties will be imposed on violators.