Kankor exam results announced, Herat student scores highest

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In this year’s university entrance test, more than 140,000 boys and girls participated, and 86,000 of them passed.

The 1401 (solar year) university entrance exam (Kankor) results were announced Saturday by the National Examination Authority at a ceremony in Kabul. Sulaiman, a citizen of the province of Herat, who graduated from Sultan Ghiyasuddin Ghori High School, scored 355.4204 on the exam, taking first position, and was admitted to the medical faculty of Herat University, according to the institution.

Mohammad Shabir, a Kabul resident, came in second place with 355.328, and Hedayatullah, a Herat resident, came in third place with 354 marks. At the ceremony to announce the results of the exam, Abdul Qader Khamosh, the acting head of the National Examination Authority, said that students who received high grades but were unsuccessful in their selected fields would be introduced to other faculties that had space for them.

According to Khamosh, if there are any complaints, they will be registered and addressed. The remaining top scores of the university entrance exam results are as follows: Mohammad Zia, a resident of Ghazni province, received 353.93 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina).

Mohammad Aziz, a resident of Kunduz province, received 353.72 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina). Mansour Baik, a resident of Kabul province, received 353,497 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina). Sayed Mohsen, a resident of Balkh province, received 352.14 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Balkh Medical University. Najibullah, a resident of Bamyan province, received 352 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina).

Mustafa, a resident of Kabul province, received 352 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina). Mohammad Abdullah, a resident of Kabul province received 352 and was admitted to the medical faculty of Kabul University of Medical Sciences (Abu Ali Ibn Sina). The top 10 participants in this year’s university entrance exam do not include any female candidates. In this year’s university entrance test, more than 140,000 boys and girls participated, and 86,000 of them passed. In the past two years, girls won the first position in the exam.—Tolo News

 

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