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THE STATE EXAMINATIONS Commission has this morning released details of the results of all appeals made regarding this year’s Leaving Cert.
Some 390,000 grades were issued to 58,543 students in August.
All students were given the opportunity to review their exam scripts in their schools at the beginning of September and, if they wished, to appeal the result.
A total of 5,615 candidates made applications for appeals against 9,806 grades – leading to 1,425 upgrades, which represents 0.36% of all grades awarded.
More than 60,000 students have received the results of their Junior Certificate exams yesterday.
Overall, marks for most subjects are in line with previous years.
This is the first year that the new Framework for Junior Cycle has been examined, in one subject only, English.
Almost 60,000 students are receiving the results of their Leaving Certificate exams today. (more…)
The effects of new Leaving Certificate grades and college entry points will be assessed before further reforms are undertaken (more…)
AROUND three in 10 teenage boys admit they have cried because they are stressed out by exams, according to a poll. (more…)
As many as 15,000 people, mainly between the ages of 7 and 17, will converge on the RDS in Dublin this Saturday for the CoderDojo Coolest Projects Event. (more…)
Leaving and Junior Cert students have been urged to lean on friends and family during the stressful exam period. (more…)
Possibly one of the easier papers in recent years was how teacher Clare Grealy described the Leaving Certificate higher level Irish Paper 2. (more…)
Aistear, the early childhood curriculum framework, is being implemented. (more…)