Sunday, January 3, 2016

2015 A/L Re-correction applications accept till February 2nd

2015 A/L Re-correction applications accept till February 2ndThe Department of Examinations said that applications for re-correction of exam papers of the G.C.E Advanced Level Examination accept until 2nd February 2016.
Candidates of the GCE (A/L) 2015 Examination can apply for re-correction of their answer scripts until 2nd February 2016, if they are not satisfied with the results issued by the Department.
The Commissioner General of Examinations has informed all school and private candidates should apply for re-correction through their school principals while private candidates can apply to the Commissioner General of Examinations directly.

Private applicants should prepare their applications according to the model application that will be published in the national newspapers this week. The Commissioner General requests to call 1911 if someone wish to obtain more information on the GCE A/Level results.

A/L Re-Correction (Re-Scrutiny) Applications Procedures

Step 1: Applicant obtains a sample application form a national newspaper.

Step 2: Based on the sample application, applicant prepares and fills Re-scrutiny form.

Step 3: Applicant goes to the post office and makes payments via money order

Step 4: Applicant then attaches the receipt to the application that is to be posted to the Department of Examinations.

Step 5: Application is posted to the Department of Examination

Step 6: The Department receives and processes the application

Step 7: The Department would then issue the Re-scrutinized results based on the application.

If the Applicant is a school candidate, the application should be forwarded through the school principal.

Rates for Payments:
GCE Ordinary Level - Rs. 100.00 per Subject
GCE Advanced Level - Rs. 150.00 per Subject

The Timeline
Obtaining an Application Form
Application forms will be available soon after the Department of Examinations publishes them on National newspapers.

Submission of the Application Form
Applications must be submitted before the dead line stated in the newspaper advertisement

If the application form has not been filled accordingly or if the receipt has not been attached the applicant will be disqualified.
The re-scrutiny results of GCE Advanced Level (A/L) examination to be released to  Web Site.