Ziya Selçuk, Minister of National Education; He explained that the grades of primary and secondary school students will be determined based on their participation in course activities, and the first term grades of high school students will be determined by face-to-face exams to be held in the second term.
The Minister of National Education, Ziya Selçuk, announced their new decision regarding the exams on his social media account.
For students about exams, “We do not provide training to upload the course subjects to you, but to train you with knowledge and to prepare you well for the future. Exams are also conducted to measure how much you get this information and to evaluate the situation. The exam has no other purpose. If you have a learning loss today and we do not notice it, these deficiencies will appear throughout your life. " Selçuk, using his statements, emphasized that this year was going through an extraordinary process.
Pointing out that the process is changing rapidly and decisions are taken in line with long evaluations, Selçuk said: “We have reconsidered the issue of face-to-face exams in line with the recommendations of the Scientific Committee and the evaluations of our Ministry of Health. With the decision we made, our primary and secondary school students will receive their report cards based on their participation points in the course activities this term. We will determine the first term grades of our high school students with face-to-face exams in the second term. Please focus only on your health and lessons right now. You are what we most need is health and our only assurance for the future. "