Results of Greece’s Nationwide Exams for University Admission Out on Friday

ATHENS — The results of the nationwide examinations taken by school leavers for admission into university are being published at 13:00 on Friday, ending a long wait for the roughly 100,000 candidates throughout Greece that sat the exams.

The results will be posted at high schools, listing only the exam code of each candidate and their result and not the names of individual students. They can also be accessed online at the education ministry web-page https://results.it.minedu.gov.gr using the 8-digit code and the four initials of the candidate's surname, name, father's name and mother's name in Greek capital letters.

Candidates that have applied for the special education ministry app, meanwhile, will also get their overall results sent to their phone as an SMS from the gov.gr platform.

On the day when high schools open for the posting of results, candidates that have not yet got a password for the system can ask for one to be issued.

The total number of candidates that will get a place in tertiary education for the 2021-2022 academic year, according to the education ministry, will be 77,415.


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