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ANKARA, July 25 (Xinhua) — As frequent and radical changes in Turkey’s education system have taken their toll on students who scored poorly in university entrance exams this year, experts are urging the government to adopt a long-term vision to correct this disappointing situation.

“The results of the centralized university exams don’t let us be hopeful for the future of the country. We need to put a sound diagnosis to this situation in order to heal our education system,” said Abbas Guclu, an education specialist, in his column in Milliyet Daily.

He was referring to official statistics announced last week regarding the much-debated exam taken by hundreds of thousands of students each year to enter universities across Turkey.


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