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Public outraged after student told to apply for college next year if exams are missed due to COVID


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Netizens were outraged on Friday over responses from the Council of University Presidents of Thailand, showing a disregard for the COVID-19 situation, which could affect college admission examinations and the futures of many senior high school students.


The anger came after a screenshot of Facebook messenger, showing a conversation between a high student and a council officer, went viral Thursday night.


In the conversation, the student was seeking advice as to what she should do in case she catches COVID-19 and is unable to take exams on the designated dates. In response, the officer said “Take it next year or go for other majors that don’t require test results.”


Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/public-outraged-after-student-told-to-apply-for-college-next-year-if-exams-are-missed-due-to-covid/


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13 hours ago, Forza2002 said:

Cue the Misunderstanding retort from the University.... but, but, but...

Followed by a deformation case.

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