Few students managed top marks in this year’s nationwide exams
The Ministry of Education has published its statistics on the results of this year’s Pan-Hellenic exams, which show that few students managed to ace the summer exams.
Due to the drop in performance, only two departments across the country are expected to require over 19,000 points – the Medical School of Athens and Thessaloniki. Conversely, the requirements to enter teaching department will be about 9,000 points.
Even the country’s Law Schools, which traditional has high entry requirements, will see a minor drop as only 377 candidates scored above 18,500 points. The entry requirements for the top finance schools are expected to be about 17,500 points.
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