Admission seekers fault question paper
The questions were tough and a number of the options given were incorrect, they said, fearing the flaws would impact their performance.
"We were unable to answer the questions, particularly math queries," one admission-seeker, Muhammad Rafi, told Pajhwok Afghan News. Only one minute time was given for each math question.
Muhammad Hassan, another examinee, said most of options were incorrect. "We shared the problem with higher education ministry officials, but they did not come up with a clear response."
Participants of the test claimed more than 40 multiple-choice questions had no correct options.
A representative of the protesting students met Senate complaints commission chairman, Zalmay Zabuli, asking for intervention in the matter. Zabuli said the acting higher education minister had been called to discuss the problem.
However, Abdul Azim, a spokesman for the higher education ministry, declined to comment on the issue.
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