The Minister of Education Othman Abdul-Jalil held an emergency meeting of the Higher Executive Committee for Examinations following a protest of some students of secondary school examiners at the University of Tripoli.

A number of high school students attending the GCSE exams complained Sunday about the difficult questions of the English paper, saying that they even haven't finished the curriculum.

Abdul-Jalil explained through the Ministry's Facebook that the Ministry will task the Department of Educational Inspection and its offices in the region to identify and limit all schools that have not completed the curriculum, stressing that the Ministry will take the outcomes and accounting reports into consideration when monitoring the test scores of students.