Algeria has turned off its Internet all over the to stop students cheating in high school exams. Algeria's said it wanted to do to stop students going online during nationwide school tests. All Internet service was stopped for an after the start of of the exams. The government will shut the Internet down during the exam season, between June 20 and June 25. In addition, all electronic with Internet access have been banned from the country's 2,000 centers. Even teachers cannot take phones into the exam halls. There were many in 2016 when test questions were leaked online both before and during exams.
Algeria's Education Minister Nouria Benghabrit told the Algerian Annahar that Facebook would also be blocked across the for the six days the exams were taking . She said she did not like doing this but she could not do and give to students to cheat in tests. As an added security , metal detectors will be placed in all exam halls, and security cameras and mobile-phone have been set up at the printing companies the exams are printed. Many students thought the government was doing the thing. Rania Salim, 16, said it wasn't that students who didn't study could get help in exams by using their mobile phone to cheat.