Elkhosht: Bubble Sheet Exam System Continued and Problem-Solving Question Incorporated into Exams
Cairo University finishes all arrangements of second term exams for the academic year 2017/2018 and announces the exam schedules of all faculties. Cairo University adopts all procedures of securing exam works, providing administrative security personnel to guard exam halls, printing exam papers on the same day, preventing their exchange via internet connection to keep them confidential, and making sure that the subject professor is available on time of exam.
Cairo University President Mohamed Othman Elkhosht urges providing necessary security to exam halls, adopting measures of providing means of comfort to students to perform their exams; including suitable illumination and aeration at halls. He also issues orders of providing suitable number of proctors, providing ambulances near exam halls, providing special halls for students with special needs, and allowing all facilities to them according to the rules determined by Cairo University in this matter.
Cairo University President illustrates that Bubble Sheet Exam System is continuing and faculty deans are abided by the decree of Cairo University Senate regarding incorporating problem-solving question into any exam within the framework of developing assessment and exams systems.
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