THE 2022 PRIMARY LEAVING EXAMINATION (PLE) AND ORDINARY LEVEL (O’LEVEL) RESULTS RELEASED

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THE 2022 PRIMARY LEAVING EXAMINATION (PLE) AND ORDINARY LEVEL (O’LEVEL) RESULTS RELEASED

The 2022 Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) and Ordinary Level (O’Level) Results Released

The Ministry of Education has announced the results of national examinations for Primary and Ordinary Level (O’Level) on Tuesday September 27. A total of 206,286 (90.69) out of 227,472 students who sat for the PLE passed and, for O’Level, a total of 108,566 (85.66%) out of 126,725 students who sat for the exams passed.

The Honorable Minister of Education Dr. Valentine UWAMARIYA noting down inquiries from the media during the publication of P6 and O’Level Examination Results (A photo taken by PRO/NESA)

The Honorable Minister of Education Dr Valentine UWAMARIYA who presided over the event disclosed that Primary 6 students performed well compared to the previous year of 2021 with an increase of 7, 9% while, for O’Level, there is a slight decrease in performance of 0.74%.

“A total of 206,286 (90.69) out of 227,472 students who sat for the PLE passed and, for O’Level, a total of 108,566 (85.66 %) Out of 126,725 students who sat for the exams passed. Females are 114,286 (55.4%) and Males 92,000 (44.6%) and for O’level is 85, 66% (108,566 candidates) as compared to 86.4% in 2021 with a decrease of 0, 74%. Out of these 108,566 candidates (who passed); 54.16% (58,804) were Females; while 45.84% (49,762) were Males.”   The minister said.

 There are two ways of checking the national exams results including (i) the use of the link available on the NESA’s Website (SDMS :: School Data Management System | LOGIN) and (ii) the use of Short Message Service (SMS). On Mobile Phone, one can go to SMS and write index number, and then send to 8888.

In primary, Isezerano Forever Yacinthe from Saint André Kabgayi in Muhanga District was announced as the best performer in PLE. He aspires to become a medical doctor,

“There is no such joy than healing people.” He Said

Ntwari Manzi Albert from Academie de la Salle in Gicumbi District who was announced as the best perfomer in O’Level said he wants to become a great engineer,

“My dream is to become the richest man of the world; I want to be a great engineer to be able to collect huge fortune.”

The best top 10 students; 5 in Primary and 5 in O’Level were rewarded with laptops (A photo taken by PRO/NESA)

Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) started on July 18, 2022 and ended on July 20, 2022 and five subjects were examined, namely: Mathematics, Science and Elementary Technology Kinyarwanda, Social Studies, and English.

Ordinary Level National examinations started on July 20, 2022 and ended on August 05, 2022. The examined subjects were nine, namely: Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, History, Kinyarwanda, English and Entrepreneurship.

According to the Ministry of Education students going to Senior 1 and Senior 4 start school on October 4, 2022.

Reporter: Public Relations and Communications Officer

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