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Year 12 Results Released, Available For Students, Parents Tomorrow

The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts has confirmed that the External Examination Provisional results for Year 12 will be released to schools this afternoon. The results will be available
20 Dec 2016 10:20
Year 12 Results Released, Available For Students, Parents Tomorrow

The Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts has confirmed that the External Examination Provisional results for Year 12 will be released to schools this afternoon.

The results will be available to students and parents from 8am tomorrow, Wednesday, 21st December, 2016.

“I am sure all the 12,685 students who sat for the Examination are excited to get their results as Year 12 is an extremely important level which decides the pathway students will adopt for further studies and training,” said Dr. Reddy.

Students and parents can obtain the results from:

(i) Their respective schools;

(ii) District Education Offices; and

(iii) Online through the Government website http://www.examresults.gov.fj/

For students to access their results online, the security questions should be correctly filled in and should match the details that exist in FEMIS.

It includes:  School Year  Student ID/Index Number  First Name  Surname  Parent’s Name  Date of Birth

Mr Reddy said, “again we have released the results as planned as this will ensure students have maximum time to analyse their results and make the right choices. The Government of the Day has made education compulsory for all till Year 12 and I congratulate all the students who have made it to this level.

“However, from here some may choose to pursue Year 13 studies, while some will 2 opt for Technical and trades training. Some will also choose for tertiary institutions, while some will go for specialised training and other courses of study. All in all, we expect all students to continue pursuance of further education and training and gain formal qualifications which will assist them swiftly transit to the job market”.

Overall, the result is quite pleasing. Over the last two years, we have raised the pass rate substantially, from 45 per cent to 61 per cent (for a pass in English and best 3 subjects). We will continue with our work to ensure all students do well and are assisted to take up studies in their area of interest.

We also need to assist the low achievers by not only revisiting our teaching strategies but also by motivating them.

“This year due to Cyclone Winston, many of our students, teachers and school infrastructure were severely affected and I take this opportunity to thank all the stakeholders in the Cyclone ravaged zones for your continued commitment. At a time of disaster and suffering, our Nation stood fast to the task of prioritising education and I applaud the relentless sacrifice and efforts of you all during those times,” said Mr Reddy.

The Minister thanked all the parents and guardians for the educational journey which they took with their children. “After the introduction of the parental involvement pillar, we have seen a very positive response from parents and I must 3 acknowledge all their energy and drive to get their children to where they are today.”

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