The influential Inter University Student Federation (IUSF) said it had found enough examples to prove inaccuracies in the results, in the standardised score known as the ‘Z-score’ and in student rankings.
IUSF Convener Sanjeewa Bandara said that there was an abnormal increase in the number of students who had obtained three ‘A’ passes in the commerce stream, yet many could not get into university, in part because there were not enough places.
According to results released in recent weeks, 6,471 students obtained ‘A’ passes in all three subjects required in the commerce stream. But only about 5,000 candidates from that stream will be able to gain university places.
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