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Friday, August 2, 2013

O/L Examination Results Released www.doenets.lk

The Department of Examinations said that the O/L Results Released.

2013 O/L Examination Results could be obtaining www.doenets.lk web site.

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

If the Web site slow.Better get it Results Via SMS using your Mobile Phone..

Get O/L Results by SMS.

Type EXAMS <SPACE> INDEX NO and send to

Dialog   7777
Mobitel  8884
Etisalat  3926
Airtel     7545
Hutch    8888
The results will be made available to schools Later
Candidates can check their exam results through http://www.doenets.lk/exam/ 


  1. I have a friend of mine 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 don't know...anyone having idea about this matter ?

  2. http://www.doenets.lk/exam/

    mokakda me website eka.hriyata exception wat manage karala na.PHP code karapu kena kauda.responsiveth na.

  3. What is the last date for re correction fir 2013 o/l results

  4. Culd I knw whn cn v get ur O/L re- correction results?

  5. What has happen to our Eng. Lit results??? Students who got ''B'' passes for Gen. English had got ''A'' passes for Eng.Lit.Could that be happen?. Please, even try to make students possible with their recorrection results.Please pay your direct attention for our Eng. Lit papers, and make sure that you won't reliese such results again.


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