During admission examinations to professional lyceums held on March 17 by the State Students Admission Commission (SSAC), four people tried to pass the exam instead of other students, SSAC told Trend on Monday.
The required investigation is being held in connection with those incidents.
As stated by the SSAC, 28 students have been discharged from the exams for various reasons, including cheating, attempts to bring mobile phones to exam rooms, as well as attempts to hinder the examination process. Exam results of these students have been annulled.
Currently SSAC is processing charts of exam results and examination protocols.
It is planned that the exam results will be re-announced by March 19.
Admission examinations were held in all 45 professional lyceums of the country.