The U.N. has published its highest-ranking engineering exam scores in the Middle East, with the Uaeu Civil Engineering exam in Jordan taking the title as the most advanced in the region.
The U.K. and the UAE also scored high on the exam, with U.KS scoring an impressive 89.4% and UAE scores 88.5%.
The top three results are the results of the Arab Advanced Civil Engineering (AAECE) exam, which is offered by the University of the Emirates.
This is the second exam held by the Arab League, following a performance at the United Nations General Assembly in September.
The United States, China and Germany were the top five nations for the highest test scores in each region, and Saudi Arabia took first place.
The Arab Advanced Exam, a joint initiative by the UAE and the Arab Economic and Social Council, takes place each year in the UAE.
It is the oldest civil engineering examination in the Arab world and is the equivalent of an Advanced Placement (AP) exam in the United States.
According to the results released by the UB Department of Education, Saudi Arabia’s exam scores were 94.9% (2,722 students), Kuwait’s were 95.4 (2 and 1,944 students), and the UAE’s was 92.5 (2 1,726 students).
According to Al Arabiya, the highest average score for the Arab countries was 96.8%.
Arab leaders have been discussing plans for a new civil engineering curriculum for several years.
In a report published last year, the Arab Council of Ministers said the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi and Egypt were among the countries with the highest civil engineering test scores, as well as the UAE scoring highest.
According the report, the UAE was followed by Qatar with 96.6% (1,084 students), Egypt with 97.4%, the UAE with 97% (769 students) and the United Arab Emirates with 97%.
The UAE and Kuwait also topped the list of the top 10 most advanced countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), a grouping of six countries that share a border with each other and a common border with Saudi Arabia.
According an Arab Development Bank report published in December, the GCC countries are also ranked as the world’s top five countries with an average of a score of 96.3% (11,846 students).