The platform has just opened showing 77,970 people who have passed out of 100,000 candidates in the Panhellenic exams who will find the School in which they passed.
Shortly after 8:30 on Friday morning, the platform of the Ministry of Education for the Bases 2020 opened, thus putting an end to the anxiety of approximately 100,000 candidates who participated in the Panhellenic exams this year.
Due to high traffic on the website, there are problems with the connection.
Those interested can be informed of the results through the website of the Ministry: https://results.it.minedu.gov.gr, by typing:
(a) their eight – digit code number; and
b) the four initial letters of their personal data (Surname – First name – Patronym – Matronym).
At the same time, the results will be sent electronically to the Directorates of Secondary Education, in order to be forwarded to the schools print statements of the successful candidates that will be posted in the Lyceums by noon on Friday.
It is clarified that the statements that will be posted in the Lyceums will contain only the code of each candidate and the details of his success and not his personal details.
Also, at the same time, the results of those admitted to Higher Education with the special categories of foreign high school graduates outside the EU and graduates of Lyceums or corresponding schools of EU Member States. The above results will be posted on the same website of the Ministry.
Minister of Education Niki Kerameos sent the following message:
“I want to warmly congratulate all the winners of this year’s Panhellenic Examinations. Because your efforts were successful, and in fact under unprecedented conditions. You embark on an exciting journey of knowledge, with new opportunities to broaden your horizons and build your future. I wish you progress and success in your studies.
But also to those who did not achieve the goals you had set, today opens before you a new perspective, an occasion to reconsider your choices and choose the path that suits you. It is the beginning of a new course, which you will follow with appetite and dedication. Congratulations to the invisible heroes of this effort, your teachers and your families, who were by your side in this challenge. From our side, it is the highest priority to provide all of you with more, better, wider options, for a better future. It is what you deserve”, said the Minister of Education Niki Kerameos.