o level results 2013 zim sec
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27 August 2015 02:12:11
Quratul-Ain Bandial THIRTY-TWO per cent of candidates in the June 2015 examinations for the GCE O-level obtained at least three credits – an improvement of 2.5 per cent from June 2014, the Ministry of Education (MoE) said yesterday. The MoE released results of the O, A and AS exams yesterday, giving the breakdown of statistics. Classification: News National
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14 July 2015 06:52:28 timesofmalta.com
The University has published a break-down of the SEC 'O' Level results in all subjects. The data shows the total number of candidates who took each subject, the number of candidates that sat for a Paper IIA and a Paper IIB in each subject, the number of candidates per grade boundary and the number of candidates at each grade boundary per paper for each subject. See the data by clicking on the pdf below.
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13 July 2015 13:45:04 timesofmalta.com
Results of the SEC examinations (O levels) were sent to students today and the Education Ministry launched applications for free revision classes for English, Maltese, Mathematics and Physics aimed at September resits. The revision classes will take place between July 27 and August 31. Students whose mark is 6, 7, U or Absent in the four subjects are entitled to join. Students may apply for a maximum of three subjects through education.gov.mt/revision by Friday at noon. Students applying for the revision classes do not automatically also apply for the resit, and they must apply for the resit separately, the ministry said.
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07 April 2015 15:02:03 NewsDay Zimbabwe
Hundreds of students who sat for last year’s Zimsec “O” and “A” Level examinations in Mashonaland West province are yet to get their results after they were withheld by their respective schools over outstanding school fees and levies. ‘O’, ‘A’ Level results withheld over fee arrears : NewsDay Zimbabwe .
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10 February 2015 04:41:18
Waqiuddin Rajak Related Articles: MoE targets more grades A to C in public exam Styrofoam packaging no more, please! Charity polo tournament raises funds for YASKA 332 traffic offences reported in first week of February MORE than four in every 10 candidates who sat for the Brunei-Cambridge GCE O-level examinations last year, or 43.78 per cent, obtained at least four credits or higher in at least one subject. The figure is higher than the 39 per cent recorded in 2013. The Ministry of Education released the results of the Brunei-Cambridge GCE A, AS, and O-levels yesterday. In November last year, 6,844 candidates sat for the O-level examinations, the ministry said. Classification: News National
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06 February 2015 23:05:33 The Herald
Nyasha Weluzani Herald Reporter Zimbabwe School Examinations Council November 2014 Ordinary Level results are out, with the pass rate rising by more than 10 percent to 30,85 percent as compared to the previous year. In 2013, the overall pass rate for the November examinations was 20,72 percent. Zimsec director Mr Esau Nhandara said in a...
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23 January 2015 02:40:24 The Herald
Herald Reporter— The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) November 2014 Advanced Level results are out with the pass rate, at 82,6 percent, slightly above the previous year’s. In 2013 an 81,5 percent pass rate was achieved. In a statement yesterday, ZIMSEC director Mr Esau Nhandara, said the results had been dispatched to the examination body’s regional offices...
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15 January 2015 06:34:16 WN.com - Africa News
WHEN results of last year's Primary Leaving and Ordinary Level examinations were released on Monday, Patience Irakoze was far away at her home in the remote Kigembe Sector, Gisagara District....
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12 January 2015 09:03:47 WN.com - Africa News
The results for last year's Primary Six and Senior Three national examinations will be released today, according to a statement from the Ministry of Education....
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19 September 2014 05:18:56 NewsDay Zimbabwe
AN Ordinary Level student from Mutambara High School, Aleksei Bvute, who was expelled from the school on allegations of masterminding a strike at the boarding institution in July this year, has filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court challenging his dismissal. ‘O’ Level student challenges expulsion : NewsDay Zimbabwe .
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