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Form Six exam results out

Friday, January 18, 2008

FIJI School Leaving Certificate exam results will be out today and can be picked from district education offices around the country.

Rural principals can collect the results for their schools from the district offices while principals in Suva and Nausori can collect their results from the Examinations Office.

Education permanent secretary Emi Rabukawaqa said the FSLC exam last year was held in 148 centres and 11,687 Form Six students sat for it.

Students who want to pick their results from the Ministry of Education must provide identification. The results are also available on the website www.examresults.gov.fj

The official individual results will be available next Friday at the Examinations Office.

Requests for a recount or recheck must be lodged with the Director Examinations no later than February 18, 2008. The recount fee is $5 a subject.

The ministry will be announcing shortly the applications for entry into the Form Seven College.

Interim Education Minister Filipe Bole said the Form Seven College would take in 140 Form Six students who passed with an A, B and C grade.

"It is realised that the Fiji Seventh Form Examination Certificate is more marketable than the Fiji School Leaving Certificate, not only for further tertiary learning but for accessing employment opportunities."

Mr Bole said the withdrawal of the USP foundation program necessitated the arrangement to start Form Seven classes at the Fiji College of Advanced Education in Nasinu.

The Form Seven College will operate as a day school out of the FCAE campus.





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