Education Ministry announces fourth matriculation exam test date for students in South

October 2, 2014 18:54

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The Education Ministry announced on Thursday a fourth testing date for the mathematics matriculation exam for students in the South.

The exam, set for December 4th, 2014, is intended only for students from the South living within 0-40 km. from Gaza who were unable to attend the third testing of the matriculation exam in August due to Operation Protective Edge as well as for students interested in improving their grades and graduates who were enlisted to the IDF and missed their testing opportunity.

Registration for the exam, the ministry announced, will take place through individual schools and testing times will also be determined by the schools.

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