Swedish university exam unlikely to go ahead at all this year

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It is looking increasingly unlikely that ‘högskoleprovet’ – an exam used by thousands of students every year as a way to enter Swedish university will go ahead – despite a government U-turn.The Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (SweSAT, or högskoleprovet) is normally held twice a year, but was cancelled in spring and then later in autumn due to the coronavirus pandemic. But after pressure from opposition parties, the government last week said it would pave the way for the test to take place on its usual date in October in a limited format, open only to people who had not previously sat it.

Source: The Local

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