The Education Ministry rejected more than 300 high school matriculation exams following allegations of
widespread cheating in Kfar Kassem, Army Radio reported Tuesday.
The students were accused of using cell phones and notes to cheat on their exam, which they took last summer.
Relevant students will be barred from retaking the
exam for two years.
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