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“Most” lost exams English training institute Anglia found

“Most” lost exams English training institute Anglia found

PostNL has recovered most of the more than 4,000 English exams from the English-language educational institute Anglia. They turned out to be in an international sorting center in Amsterdam. 

That’s what a PostNL spokesman said. Eight of the ten boxes with the exams in them have been located. “We hope to find the other two boxes soon.”

The exams were sent to England by PostNL in early June to be marked, but they did not arrive. PostNL does not know exactly what went wrong. “We are definitely looking into that.” The school previously told that they had sent the exams by postal service. “We posted them (the exams, ed.), neatly packaged and sent to England by registered mail,” says the institute’s manager. The Dutch branch of Anglia does this for all exams. The exams are not only marked at the UK head office, but are also created there.

Students can learn English at a higher level via Anglia. They will then receive a certificate showing their level. Anglia’s curriculum is used at 375 schools in the Netherlands, from elementary and secondary schools to higher education.
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