Two students sit for their physics test at their homes.
Grade 12 students from all across the UAE took their end-of-school in physics test remotely from home.
Photos show a number of students taking their tests from home.
On the other hand, the Education and Human Resources Council paid tribute to the efforts of the Ministry of Education, educational bodies and teaching bodies of all state and private schools and universities and their educational and administrative cadres and the cooperation shown by parents and students in applying the "remote education" system.
UAE Education Minister Hussain Bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi affirmed the ministry’s keenness to ensure the highest standards of protection and safety to students, educational and administrative staff and aid workers by sterilising educational facilities and facilities at the state level in accordance with the Ministry of Health’s guidelines and the instructions of the National Crisis & Emergency Management Authority.
The UAE Ministry of Education (MoE) announced the final exams schedule, taking place from June 21 to 29, for Grade 12 students at public and private schools that apply the ministry's curriculum.
The ministry said that the students across public and private schools that apply the ministry's curriculum would undertake end-of-year examinations for general and advanced tracks, as well as academic and home study.
The following day, June 22, students will take their Social Studies paper, followed by one on the Arabic Language the next day.
Students undertaking the general track and the academic and home study will sit for their Biology and Chemistry papers on June 24, while students under the advanced track will take their Chemistry examination the same day.
Students on all tracks will write their English Language paper on June 25, the Mathematics paper on June 28, and conclude with the Islamic Studies paper on June 29.
According to the ministry, each examination has a duration of 60 minutes, while each question has a set time limit that will appear as a timer next to each question.
The ministry stated that students must ensure that they answer each question within the set timeframe, before moving on to the next question.
Students will not be able to answer a question or amend their answer to a said question once the allotted time is complete, it explained. So, once they move on to the next question, they cannot return to the previous question, the ministry added.
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