The guide to school preparation for the completion of third-semester exams, recently approved by the Emirates Foundation for School Education, recently stated that third- to tenth-grade students are not allowed to use the scientific calculator or the graphic calculator.
The guide elaborated that students from third to eighth on the general track may not come in and use the calculator during the math test, as well as students from fifth to tenth grade on the elite track, while students from ninth to twelfth. is allowed in the general, advanced and used tracks using the machine The two types of calculators in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and health sciences, in addition to students from third to eighth in general track, and students from fifth to eighth in the elite track.
The students in 12th grade (general, high school and elite track) yesterday performed math and applied math for the track used.
The students, Imad Khaled, Sattan Abdullah and Bahaa Mahmoud, reported that the math test, which consisted of 30 questions, varied to suit the different levels of students, pointing out that the test was surprising in the many different levels of the questions as the class first and second semester were more ambiguous than yesterday’s exam.
They stressed that they did not encounter any technical problems during the exam, noting that the nature of the math exam requires more time to answer the questions and review the answers.
Yesterday, 295,707 students from 12.-3. grade levels in public and private schools using the Ministry of Education curriculum, to go to the completion of the current academic year exams, including 28,916 students in 12th grade.
Students in the 12th grade will graduate from public and private schools using the ministerial curriculum, by the end of the current academic year, at 87 schools across the country, according to what the Emirates Foundation for School Education has determined.
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