The Ministry of Education emphasized the need for students to provide a negative PCR result, not to exceed 96 hours, as a condition for entering the EmSAT testing room.
He explained that the student can add the “Emirates Standard Test Permit” (EmSAT) to their page in the Al-Hosn app, through three steps, first by opening the app, moving to the Add Permit page and examining the ” Emirates Standard Test”. Permission – EmSAT”.
The Ministry of Education reported that the Emirates Standard Test (EMSAT) schedule includes four remaining dates for twelfth-grade students to take the “EMSAT” test, and has been set for May 22 and 29 next, and next June 12 and 26.
The Ministry explained that, based on the ministerial decision issued on the collection of fees for the presentation of the Emirates Standardized Test (EMSAT), for the four basic subjects (Arabic language, English language, physics and mathematics), only excluding twelfth graders. to pay for the test for the first time in three categories, namely the category of citizens, the children of citizens and the children of the first line of defense who have a national pride card (for all subjects in the twelfth grade).
The Ministry has detailed on its website the prescribed fees that must be charged for taking the Emirates Standard Test (EMSAT), where the test is free for first-time citizen students, and its fees for non-national students in the twelfth grade are 300 dirhams for the first time, and 100 dirhams for each subject in the repetition. .
He indicated that in the “Emirates Standard Test (EMSAT) absence policy”, if the student attaches a document proving his absence for an acceptable excuse, he must submit a request to retake the test to the Department of National Testing and International, explaining in detail the reason for the absence, and then your application is reviewed, inform you of the date of the exam that was assigned, and in the event that the student is absent from the exam without an acceptable excuse, he or she will not be Fees paid will be collected. refunded.
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