More than 2,200 students fail national exam in Lampung
Mon, Apr 26, 2010
The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network

As many as 2,297 students or 3.5 percent of 63,946 students in Lampung have failed to pass the national exam this year, the local education agency said Monday.

Lampung education agency Johnson Napitupulu said the number of failed students in 2010 declined from that of 2009.

"This year, students passing the national exam reach 96.41 percent, up from 94.43 percent last year," he said as quoted by kompas.com.

He added that the failed students would be allowed to repeat the national exam from May 10 to May 14.







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