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Form 7 exam results

Tevita Vuibau
Friday, December 28, 2012

ABOUT 6000 students who sat for the Fiji Seventh Form Certificate Examination will know whether they have reaped the benefits of their hard work after the government released the results to school principals today.

In a government statement released yesterday, the Ministry of Education confirmed that school principals can collect their schools' results from their respective district education offices today.

"Principals of schools in the Suva and Nausori districts can collect their results from the Examinations Office tomorrow (today) at 8.30am," the statement said.

The examination was taken by 6483 students across the country.

Thirty-three schools presented candidates for the first time, bringing the total number of examination centres to 154.

"Students who wish to collect their marks from the Examinations Office in Suva may do so from 9 am tomorrow (today) the 28th of December. Proper identification is required before any results can be released," the statement said.

Examination results will also be available through the government's ITC's toll free number 132 777 and the website www.examresults.gov.fj from 9am tomorrow.


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