Campus News

Afghanistan tosses entrance exams

More than 6,000 students in and around Kabul, Afghanistan, will have to retake their college entrance exams after the government discovered that the exams had been compromised. The tests are the sole criteria used to admit students to the university system. Officials blame what they call the College Entrance Examination “Mafia” for corrupting the process and creating “a culture of forgery” in Afghanistan’s system of higher education.