MINISTER: What will happen to those who left in between the four-month exams

What will happen to the 257 students who, instead of participating in the exam, withdrew during the midterm

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The Ministry of Education issued an announcement about the test leak and what will happen to the 257 students who, instead of participating in the exam, left during the midterm.

As stated in the announcement, "following the unfortunate incident and the malicious act of public dissemination of information about the examination essay of the New Greeks of the 10rd Lyceum/TESEK, the written evaluation was carried out normally using the backup examination essay that was already available, after they were given relevant instructions to all schools. Specifically, the schools were notified by text message at 42:10 am. that the examination which had started at 30:11am had to be stopped. The exam took place as usual at 30:6.781 am. and 63 students in XNUMX schools participated in it".

"However, because a number of 257 students instead of participating in the examination left in the interim, taking into account the special circumstances created due to the malicious act, the Ministry of Education, Sports and Youth decides by concession to have the same treatment as the excused absentees and to have the opportunity to participate in an examination during the planned second round, on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, together with the 66 students who were excused."

At the same time, he noted that since the absences are actually recorded in only three out of a total of 63 schools, the Ministry will proceed with an investigation in order to establish the circumstances under which the students left instead of participating in the written examination.