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Gulf Today Report
The UAE Ministry of Education has announced that the first semester examinations for public and private schools will be held on 22nd November 2020, for all academic stages.
The date applies to all schools that use the national curriculum.
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According to the ministry, the examination will be carried out remotely with the exception of that of 12th graders.
Students of 12th grade are expected to show up in the school for their exams.
All safety health measures must be adhered to.
The evaluation of students' performance will be based on the Formative assessment by the teacher and in accordance with the central directives.
Exams will continue until June 17, and students from grades 4-11 will take the exams remotely, while students of the 12th-grade will take exams in schools.
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