Students take high school entrance exam across Turkey

Eight graders took the Transition from Primary to Secondary Education (TEOG) exams across the country on Wednesday.

Students will take the exams for Turkish, Maths and religious culture courses in common. In the western province of İzmir, parents arrived at the school with their children. Sevgi Ferit Elementary School student Behza Acar stated that they are well-prepared for the exam and she wished her friends success.

Parents, “We wish success to students. God may give them success. They all studied hard. We hope they all go to successful schools,” also added. The students entered the classes with excitement and some of last-minute students ran for catching the exam. Parents waited in schoolyards in excitement and by praying for their children.

The exam, which has started at 09:00 a.m., will have been completed at 12:00 p.m. The students will also take science and technology, revolution history and kemalism and foreign language courses on Thursday.


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