GCE ‘A’ level 2015 results better than in 2014

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BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN

STUDENTS who sat for the Brunei-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level Examination in 2015 showed an improvement in results compared to their 2014 counterparts.

According to statistics released by the Ministry of Education (MoE) yesterday, 2,131 (88.02 per cent) candidates out of a total of 2,421 achieved a credit or higher in the examination, an increase of 2.04 per cent from 2014.

Additionally, 84.34 per cent of candidates achieved two credits or higher, a 2.15 per cent increase from 2014, while 1,350 candidates (63.86 per cent) received three credits or higher, a 3.75 per cent increase from 2014.

Among the candidates, 169 candidates (7.99 per cent) achieved at least one grade A in at least two to five subjects, a 0.49 per cent increase from 2014.

For the Brunei-Cambridge GCE ‘AS’ Level Examination that had a total of 1,467 candidates, 1,366 candidates (93.12 per cent) achieved a credit or higher in the examination, a 4.18 per cent increase from 2014.

A total of 997 candidates (67.96 per cent) achieved two credits or higher, a 5.31 per cent increase from 2014 while 82 candidates (1.16 per cent) achieved a grade ‘A’ in at least two to five subjects, an increase of 1.16 per cent from 2014.

The MoE would like to inform students that they may collect their result slips at their respective schools on January 28 while independent candidates may collect them at the Department of Examinations during office hours.

The Brunei Times