MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HAS RELEASED THE 2018 NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS RESULTS FOR PRIMARY AND ORDINARY SECONDARY LEVEL.

 

Today on 31st December 2018, Ministry of Education has released the National Examinations Results for Primary and Ordinary Secondary Level.

Primary National examinations started on 12th November 2018 and ended on 14 th November 2018 while Ordinary Level Secondary National examination started on 20th November 2018 and ended on 30th November 2018.

In the 2018 National Examinations, 247,763 students sat for Primary Leaving Examinations, where 54.5% were girls while 45.5% were boys.  And 99,209 students sat for Ordinary Secondary Level Examinations, where 51.20% were girls while 46.8 % were boys.

As it is indicated by National examination report, in Primary Leaving Examination 81.1% (201,080) was the General pass rate and within that figure girls rate rise to 55.3% while boys rate is 44.7%.

And the statistics shows that in Ordinary Secondary level examinations the general pass rate is 83.3% (80,966 candidates) where 51,90% are girls and 48,10% are boys.

It is also shown that candidate (8,271) in Primary Leaving examinations succeeded with Pass in Division I: are 3.3%, girls occupied 45.2% in rating while boys are 54.8%. And in Ordinary Secondary Level Examinations 10.0% (9,612 candidates) succeeded with Pass in division I, where 39.60% are girls and 60.60% are boys.

In supporting ICT in education and as well as rewarding the best performing candidates, Ministry of Education rewarded with laptops the top 10 best performing students in primary National Examination as well as in Ordinary Secondary level examinations.

This was the first time the Ministry of education releases the results before the end of the year in which the candidates sat for the exams. Minister of education, Dr. Eugene Mutimura said “we are happy to release the results before the end of year.”

Minister of State, Dr. Isaac Munyakazi noted that “releasing results before the end of year will help students and parents to prepare themselves accordingly.”

Director General of Rwanda Education Boards Dr. Ndayambaje Irénée told the journalists that allocations of students to different schools is the next stage to be in, “I can ensure you that from next week, we are going to work on allocation of our children.” He said

Director General of Rwanda Education Board, Dr. Ndayambaje Irénée is addressing Journalists from different Media Houses.

Best Performing students were awarded laptops by the Ministry of Education.

 

Best Performing students were awarded laptops by the Ministry of Education.

Best Performing students were awarded laptops by the Ministry of Education.

Best Performing students were awarded laptops by the Ministry of Education.

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