Utah students face few consequences for failed exit exam

05/31/2006 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

The 10% of Utah students who failed the state's new exit exam this year will apparently face few repercussions since the state has decided to award all graduates, even those who don't pass the exam, a diploma that the University of Utah will accept. Businesses also don't seem to regard a passed exam as a prerequisite for hiring.

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