Chairman of the South Kalimantan UN Committee for junior level and equal, Amka, in Banjarbaru on Monday said it received information from both the UN and the committee of heads of districts and cities education offices in South Kalimantan that the implementation of the UN was orderly running smoothly.
He said the smooth implementation was inseparable with the distribution of exam scripts which sent to counties and cities the day before the exam. Availability of exam scripts that support the test, so there was no obstacle or delay different with the high school UN previously.
"Complete exam papers and no single region reported shortages script of questions, so the first day UN goes smoothly according to schedule and without a hitch," he said.
He said he expects the second day until the last day of the exam on Thursday (25/4) also run smoothly and no longer tinged shortage exam as the entire question sheets have been distributed.
"Barriers that may occur is a matter of lack of exam papers because anyone can not open the packages except when taking a script before the manuscript sent to the schools," he said.
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