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O/L exam not affected

The re-scheduled paper marking of the GCE Advanced Level examination 2012 that will continue till November 21 will not affect the year-end term tests and the GCE Ordinary Level examination.

Examinations Commissioner General N.J. Pushpakumara said the term tests will be held end November and the GCE (O/L) examination will commence on December 11, following the completion of the evaluation process.

"Besides, we will not be closing the schools during the third and the final phase of the marking process, which will end on November 21," he said.

Asked if he expects any disruption due to the delayed paper marking, he said the schools in consultation with the Department are doing their best to ensure that this would have no effect on the forthcoming examinations.

The GCE A/L paper marking covers 1.8 million answer scripts. The Commissioner said the answer scripts have been stored securely with 24-hour police protection and expressed regret that some sections of the media had reported distorted facts causing heartburn to the GCE A/L candidates who are eagerly awaiting results.



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