NUMBER OF e-EXAM HALLS WILL BE INCREASED TO 500The Ministry of National Education is working to establish an e-Exam center network which will allow the highest number of people to simultaneously take exams. It is planned to establish 156 new e-Exam halls until the end of 2021 and increase the total number of e-Exam halls to 500 in 81 cities. This will allow 11 thousand people to simultaneously take exams. Minister of National Education Mahmut Özer stated that the capacity of e-Exam halls gradually increased, adding that, "We continue to work in an effort to hold open secondary school and open high school exams in e-Exam centers in 2022."
The Ministry of National Education decided to increase the number of e-Exam centers.
There were a total of 151 e-Exam centers in 81 cities and 70 districts in 2020. The number of people who were able to take exams were 4 thousand and 290.
In 2021, 150 new halls were established and the number of e-Exam centers increased to 344 and the number of people who could simultaneously take exams rose to 6 thousand and 880.
The Ministry decided to increase the number of e-Exam halls in 81 cities to 500 by the end of 2021 by establishing 156 new halls.
11 thousand people will have the opportunity to simultaneously take exams in 500 e-Exam halls and the Ministry of National Education will have the largest e-Exam center network of Turkey. Noting that many different types of exams varying from license to master craftsmen exams are conducted in e-Exam centers, the Minister of National Education said, "We also organized Turkish exams in these centers and capacity of e-Exam centers gradually increased. It is important for our students to have easy access to the centers for the quality of exam services. Due to this reason, we have decided to increase the number of e-Exam centers especially in districts in 2021."
Exams of open secondary and open high school exams are planned to be organized in e-Exam halls in 2022
Mahmut Özer stated that the capacity of e-Exam halls will gradually increase and added that "We continue to work in an effort to hold open secondary school and open high school exams in e-Exam centers in 2022."