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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

2012 O/L Exam Re Correction Results Released to www.doenets.lk

http://www.doenets.lk/exam/
2012 O/L Examination Results could be obtaining www.doenets.lk web site.

Sri Lanka Commissioner General of Examinations Jayantha Pushpakumara has said that results of the Re Correction re-scrutiny of answer scripts of  GCE Ordinary Level examination 2012( GCE O/L Exam ) will be released before the first of August.
It is said that department of examinations has received 81,077 applications covering 48 subjects for re-scrutiny.

2012 O/L Examination Results could be obtaining www.doenets.lk web site after released the results.



Candidates can check their results online from the Examination department’s 
web site   www.doenets.lk
 

3 comments:

  1. so releasing today..??

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  2. I have a friend who got 9 A's at G.C.E. O/L 2012. Obviously, she didn't have to apply for re-correction. So, she didn't. But when I enter her index number in the relevant text box under "G.C.E. O/L 2012 - After Re-scrutiny ", I get her result too. And, when I phoned the examination department to inquire about this matter what they said was "It's not possible at any cost. How can that happen ? It's not possible to get the result of someone who has not applied for re-correction ".....I just can't figure out what has gone wrong...anyone having idea about this matter ?

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    1. Unbelievable things always happen in this country, but your problem can be seen in every year, it is quite simple

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