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Phone in ONET sparks 'mass fail' claim

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The National Institute of Educational Testing Service (NIETS) denies it has failed an entire classroom of students because a mobile phone belonging to one of them rang during an Ordinary National Educational Test (Onet) exam in Laksi district. 

Speaking during the inspection of the Onet exams at Triam Udom Suksa School, NIETS director Sampan Panpruk said the claims were false.

Mr Sampan was referring to messages shared in social media that students sitting English Onet exams in a classroom at Rajavinitbangkhen School were forced to withdraw from the test after no one admitted to owning the ringing mobile phone.

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