File - Students attend their official exams at a school in Beirut, Tuesday, June 17, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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Karim's university semester in the United States is slated to start Aug. 25, but his admission has been delayed because of the ongoing teachers' boycott over the marking of official exams.After losing hope that the strike would come to an end anytime soon, Karim sent his final averages at school to the university.Education Minister Elias Bou Saab said Wednesday that the ministry would issue statements of success for all grade 9 and grade 12 students within 48 hours if the strike continued.Although Hadi Sharif, another grade 12 student, was accepted to an engineering program at a university in Lebanon, he was still in need of the results of official exams to in order to feel "comfortable".Her husband is a member of the Lebanese Army and would benefit from the salary raise if passed. But her son took grade 12 official exams.
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