University students have slammed the newly-launched graduate examination — the University National Educational Test (Unet) — saying it placed an extra burden on already overloaded students.
More than 60,000 students have "Liked" a Facebook page criticising the test.
Organised by the National Institute of Education Testings Service (Niets), Unet comprises three main parts to assess graduates’ basic competencies on Thai and English communication skills, media literacy and critical thinking.
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