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Hassle Of Online Admission Test
University admission test is one of the most important parts of a student's life. At the end of primary, secondary and higher secondary level, students have to take in this important test. Recently, the Ministry of Education first ever took some different initiatives due to the severity of the global Corona pandemic i.e. the HSC examination was postponed.
Besides, it was decided to take the university admission test online. As a result, general students are very worried, because this is a completely new idea for them taking exams online. There is almost no access to internet in remote areas of the country. Some students do not have mobile phones.  Also, if the test is done all over the country at the same time, there may be a problem in the server.
The success of a student's later life is largely dependent on the university entrance test.  As a result students are seen to be very attentive and hard working. If the communication system deteriorates, mechanical faults or other difficulties occur, the life of a meritorious student can be severely damaged.
The authorities, therefore, should rethink about taking university admission test online which will be hazardous for the students.

 Mamun Hossain Agun
 Dhaka College

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