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6867 Students Take Exams at RCJ’s Schools


Mr. Abdul Aziz A. Al Missnid General Manager of Public Services Sector at the Royal Commission in Jubail visited some  of RCJ schools to inspect the smooth conduct of the first semester final exams of the academic year 1437/1438. 6867 intermediate and secondary school students set for these exams. Last week the school administrations completed the preparation to provide a suitable education environment to help students focus on their exams.


The schools have prepared means of comfort during and after the exams. Students with special needs were provided with suitable accessible places. The school administration ensured that students are aware of safety instructions after leaving the exams. Moreover, the Education Services Department of RCJ coordinated with the authorities concerned to provide a number of security patrols to provide a secure environment during the  period  of exam.

On the first day of exams, the RCJ schools provided snacks and soft drinks for the students mental setup to help them  do their exams smoothly and  comfortably. Education supervisors were directed to schools to conduct works and related tasks to follow the progress of the exams. Teachers shall finish ratings and enter them in Noor system in accordance with the exams set rules and regulations and to make sure that Questions Bank and central automated correction centers are working properly and required preparations to display the results and accurate analysis on time.


It is worth mentioning that the school administration have sent awareness messages via different media and social networks to educate the community of the importance of this period of the year together with advice on how to get ready for exams.

The Education Services Department called upon students to invest their time properly and do their best on exams to achieve best results wishing all students good luck.