Stop the Unet test. The message is loud and clear from both university students and educators after the National Institute of Educational Testing Service (Niets) announced it would introduce a new national exit exam for all university graduates in the 2015 academic year. The Education Ministry and Niets must listen.
Their reasons for opposing the University National Educational Test (Unet) are manifold and valid.
For starters, Thai students are already expected to sit too many tests organised by Niets, which puts them under stress, and causes financial pressure for parents who pay to put their students through extra tutoring.
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