o level results 2013 zim sec
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02 February 2017 23:08:26 The Herald
Abigail Mawonde Herald Correspondent The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) will today release November 2016 Ordinary Level results. Zimsec public relations manager Ms Nicky Dlamini confirmed the development to The Herald yesterday. “We will be releasing the November 2016 Ordinary Level results tomorrow (today),” she said. There was an overall increase in pass rate of 5,48...
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10 January 2017 08:36:41 WN.com - Africa News
Results for Senior Three and Primary Six national examinations for 2016 were released, yesterday, with the general pass rate showing improvement. ......
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14 October 2016 11:35:27 AllAfrica News: Latest
Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb) has cancelled examination results of 1,067 O-level students after a long investigation by its security committee.
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25 August 2016 17:31:39 WN.com - Mideast News
UAE students and parents celebrate better-than-expected grades ......
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25 August 2016 12:34:23 WN.com - Mideast News
UAE schools report best-ever results in IGCSE/GCSE exams ......
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13 July 2016 12:05:36 timesofmalta.com
Only 2,485 students achieved grades of between one and five from 4,597 who sat for the Maths O level exam in May, figures issued today show. 2,720 passed their Maltese out of 4166 candidates. In the English language exam 3,023 passed out of 4,611. 32 per cent failed their Italian and 23 per cent failed their French. The failure rate for German was 18 per cent. See the roundup for all subjects on pdf below.
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23 April 2016 20:59:28 timesofmalta.com
Another group of students showed up to sit for their O-level orals and were left waiting for over an hour on Thursday, as examiners again failed to turn up, resulting in longer-than-usual waiting time for the candidates. Students who contacted this newspaper following a report that examiners did not show up for the German O-level on Wednesday complained that a similar incident had taken place the following day during the Spanish orals. Both exams were held at the St Theresa College in Birkirkara. “We were a group of six candidates assigned to one specific classroom. When we walked into the class, an invigilator told us the examiner would not be showing up and we were instead assigned to another class,” one student, who did not wish to be named, told this newspaper yesterday. However, since their names were not originally on the list for the other classroom, they were informed they would have to wait for all the other students to finish their exams first. According to the student, who was supposed to sit for the exam at 4pm, the group was only allowed in after waiting for over an hour, with some waiting even longer. “Everyone is tense before an exam; it’s only natural. Having to...
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25 February 2016 00:23:02
THE Minister of Education urged secondary schools in the sultanate to focus on improving students’ results in the Brunei-Cambridge ‘O’ level and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations. According to a press statement from the ministry yesterday, Education Minister, Yang Berhormat Pehin Orang Kaya Indera Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Hj Suyoi Hj Osman said schools should identify programmes that aimed at improving students' results in Brunei-Cambridge examinations during his official visit to two schools in Belait District yesterday. Classification: News National
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24 February 2016 04:34:54 NewsDay Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Forum is seeking the release of “O” Level results for a student at Girls High School which are being withheld due to outstanding fees. School cornered for withholding ‘O’ Level results : NewsDay Zimbabwe .
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11 February 2016 06:24:01 WN.com - Africa News
IN a move that is likely to be met with scorn, the Zimbabwe School Examination Council in announcing the release of last year's 'O' level examination results, revealed it had also lowered its grading system. ......
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