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PM Wishes Students Success Ahead of National Exams

PHNOM PENH: Prime Minister Hun Sen has wished students taking the national high school or Baccalaureate exams on 5 December 2022 to remain healthy and be successful.

In a post made on his official Facebook page on Sunday, 4 December, Prime Minister Hun Sen wrote, "I wish all the grandchildren who will be taking the high school exams tomorrow and the day after to have good health and success. I trust the Ministry of Education, teachers, and administration at all levels to protect these grandchildren, including from Covid-19."

In the upcoming exam session on 5-6 December 2022, the Union Youth Federations of Cambodia (UYFC) will cooperate with city-provincial governors to arrange accommodation and free bicycle and motorbike parking for all candidates.

This year, more than 120,000 candidates are registered to take the national high school exam, more than 60,000 of whom are female. There are 221 writing centers with 5,174 rooms, and a total of 27,753 examiners and committees participating in overseeing the examination process.

Exam results will be announced on the afternoon of 27 December 2022 for candidates in Phnom Penh and Kandal. The Ministry will announce the results for students from other provinces on the morning of 28 December 2022.

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