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More than Six Thousand Students Took the 1st Semester Exams at the Royal Commission Schools
 
on Sunday, 16/03/1437H (27/12/2015), more than (6457) students started their first semester exams at the Royal Commission intermediate and secondary schools in Jubail. The previous week schools have completed the provision of an educational atmosphere to help students focus during their exams.
 
On the first day of exams, the RCJ schools provided snacks, hot beverages and juices for students before they entered the exam halls, as a part of the psychological preparedness, to sit for the exams smoothly.
The teachers assumed their tasks in exam halls, grades input through Noor system immediately as per exams regulations and ensuring the operation of central automatic grading centers and the necessary preparation for results preview and analysis at the appropriate time.
 
In addition, the schools provided means of comfort for students during and after exams, special locations and easy access halls for students with special needs and paid attention to students’ awareness of safety methods and requirements after exams.
The administration also coordinated with Jubail Traffic Police to provide a number of petrol vehicle to maintain a safe environment that ensures the success of the exams period.
 
Education Services Department urged students to invest their time in studying in order to achieve the best results, and wished everyone success.