MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HAS RELEASED THE 2018 NATIONAL EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR ADVANCED LEVEL SECONDARY EDUCATION (S6).

Today, on 21st February 2019, Ministry of Education has released the National Examinations Results for Advanced Level Secondary Education (S6).

Advanced Level Secondary National Examinations started on 20th/11/2018 and ended on 30th/11/2018. Total candidates who sat for examinations in 2018 were 42,145 as compared to 40,753 (2017). 22,803 candidates (54.10%) are girls while 19,342 candidates (44.90%) are boys in General Education.

 In General Education, the girls’ general pass rate is 84.0% (19,146 female candidates over 22,802 female candidates who sat for examinations) while boys general pass rate is 93.3% (18,033 male candidates over 19,343 male candidates who sat for examinations). General pass rate is 88.22% (37,184) as compared to 89.55% (2017). That shows the decrease of 1.33%.

The total candidates who sat for examinations TTC is 3,894. Among these, 2,397 candidates (61.56%) are girls while 1,484 candidates (39.19%) are boys.

Girls’ general pass rate in TTC is 96.1.0% (2,303 female candidates over 2,367 female candidates who sat for examinations) while boys’ general pass rate is 99.1% (1,484 male candidates over 1,497 male candidates who sat for examinations). And the general pass rate for TTC examinations is 97.25% (3,787).

The 98.26% represent the Candidates who sat for all examinations in General Education where boys occupy the rate of 45.90% while female are 54.10%.

Ministry of Education also released the results for Technical Secondary Schools Examinations, 2018; where the total of 21,847 candidates registered for TVET National Examinations, among them 20,505 (93.86%) were School Candidates and 1,342 (6.14%) were private candidates.

In Technical Secondary School Examinations, Female candidates registered represent 46.36 %( 10,128) compared to 53.64% (11,719) male candidate.

In total, 21,669 candidates (99.18%) sat for Technical Secondary exams and the number of exam papers in 2018 increased from 172 in 25 options to 212 in 30 options (20% increment).

Candidates who qualify for a Certificate should have scored at least 3 Subsidiary passes at grade [S] or its equivalent in Generation Education while 95.23% passed and qualify for the certificate of A2 in Technical Secondary School.

 In conference with the Press, Hon. Minister of State, Dr. Isaac Munyakazi says “In a way of improving Quality of Education, TTC schools are going to be supported.”

 Students like Tuyisingize François d’ASSISE was the best performing student in science combinations, Nubuhoro PaxAgrippine, the best performing student in arts combinations, Tuyishime Violette, the best performing student in languages Combinations, Havugimana Thomas, the best performing student in TTC and Mukasinayobye Isabele, the best performing student in TVET Examinations 2018..

 In supporting ICT in education and as well as rewarding the best performing candidates, Ministry of Education rewarded with laptops the top 5 best performing students  in General education, TTC and Technical Secondary  Examinations (TVET).

 National examination results can be viewed online, through both internet and short message service (SMS).  For internet: log on to: www.reb.rw and click on “View exam results”, while here follow instructions. For SMS: S6 (for Advanced level), followed by the full candidate’s index number and send to 4891.

 

 Hon. Minister of State, Dr. Isaac Munyakazi (Left) and Hon. Minister of Education, Dr. Eugene Mutimura (right) awarded the best performing students.

 

 Head of Examinations Department at REB, Dr. Alphonse Sebaganwa (Left) and Director General of Rwanda Education Board, Dr. Ndayambaje Irénée.

 Best performing students were awarded laptops.

 

 Best performing students were awarded laptops.

 

 Best performing students were awarded laptops.

 

 

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