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    This Year National Exam in Jabar 100% Computer Based

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    BANDUNG - Implementation of National Examination (UN) SMA / SMK in West Java this year 100% is Computer Based (UNBK). This test method is special, because it guarantees no leakage of questions and prevents the learners from committing fraud.

    West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) revealed it after doing a review UNBK at SMKN 2 Jl. Ciliwung No. 4 Cihapit, Bandung, Monday (2/4/2018).

    "In West Java is 100%, God willing. Even if there are not (computer-based) in the corners, there may be technical problems. But this has been designed 100% UNBK, "said Aher.

    Aher said UNBK has a guarantee for no leakage problem, because it already uses a computerized system. In addition, the problems given to students vary, so students can not discuss and cheat each other.

    "Alhamdulillah now not only morally we want no cheating on the implementation of UNBK, but the system we also make to not be manipulated, can not cheat, can not cheat. That's the advantage, "said Aher.

    Supporting Aher's statement, West Java Provincial Office of Education Ahmad Hadadi said his party ensures UNBK can be applied 100%. He mentioned, there are 260,956 units of computers that can be used interchangeably by SMA, SMK, MA and Paket C. While the implementation of UNBK high school level is divided into three sessions, namely SMK on 2-5 April 2018, SMA / MS / SMLB at 9-12 April 2018, and Package C on 27-30 April 2018. While UNBK junior level / MTS held on 23-26 April 2018.

    "From the results of our data collection, with the number of computers as much as 260,956 units and 8.816 servers, this can be to hold 100% UNBK, because SMA and SMK not simultaneously, as well as Package C, so it can take turns," said Ahmad Hadadi met after accompanying Aher review UNBK.

    "If now there are 600,000 (students), while there are 200,000 computers, so for three sessions there is no problem," he continued.

    Mentioned related to the risk of technical error, Ahmad Hadadi said it has coordinated with relevant stakeholders to smooth the implementation of this UNBK simultaneously. "The important thing is," he said, "the implementation of UNBK can be timely and the tested problem is still original, no addition or subtraction."

    "We have anticipated, including PLN. So it is expected that during UNBK electricity supply can be maximal, there are no obstacles. If there is a problem, it can be postponed how many hours. For example, if the power supply stops for one hour, we can leave the next hour. Already coordination, we have no problem, "said Ahmad.

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