The first round of exams for entrance into Turkish universities started on Sunday morning with more than 2 million students participating across Turkey.
A total of 2,046,583 participants have taken the Transition to Higher Education examination, or YGS, which lasts for 160 minutes. Participants must answer 160 multiple choices questions in the fields of Turkish language, social sciences, math and physical sciences.
The participants will access their exam results via the official, government-run Measurement, Selection and Placement Center website using their identification numbers. The results are expected within a few weeks.
Candidates who score more than 180 can apply to the second round of the national university exam, or LYS. LYS applications start from between April 8 to April 21.