Ideologist from president's office says tests are too hard for students


The difficulty level of the tests for those seeking to enroll with universities should be reduced, Anatol Rubinau, the first deputy chief of the Administration of the Belarusian President, said in a statement.
Only 18 people out of 195,000 scored 100 points during the recent tests, he said.

“What do we need these tests for if they are impossible to pass?”Rubinau lamented. He stressed that "the time has come to sort out the quality of the tests", reports Interfax.