Students must sit placement tests to relocate to international/private schools in the 3rd week of May: Ministry of Education


Students who want to relocate to international and private schools must sit placement tests in the third week of May, according to the Ministry of Education.
When applying for the placement test, students must take the test for a lower class than the class they intend to attend. The test will include subjects according to the curriculum set by the Ministry of Education for each level. The level and the age of the student must be appropriate, and the original school recommendation or school certificate, original and a copy of the birth certificate must be presented.
Those who want to sit the placement test can contact the State/Region Education Departments where the application is issued for the schedule and details of the test from 25 to 28 May. — TWA/GNLM

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