Update – 2020 GCE O/L examination results will be released in June month says Sri Lanka Education Minister. The results of the GCE Ordinary Level Exam held from March 01 to 10 are expected to be released by June month and accordingly, plans have been made to start new A/L classes for these students from 2021 July, said Education Minister Prof. GL Peiris. GCE O/L Exam Results Release in June.
O/L exam cheating incident reported in Walasmulla area.
2019 GCE Ordinary Level Examination (O/L Exam Results) results released to http://www.doenets.lk website.Everything ready to release 2019 O/L exam results today and now released to official website .
Out of students sat, 73.84% students managed to do A/Ls. 66.82% students passed Mathematics (Maths) subject. 10,346 students managed to get 9 “A” Passes for all subjects.
Dear Students, You May Be Pass, May be Fail. You may be not performed well. You may be qualified for A/L, You may be Not, But You Can Change Your Future. You can do again O/L or you can select another course or degree. There are so many ways. Be Strong, Select your path !!
Results delay due to prevailing Coronavirus outbreak, curfew and public service shutdown. Earlier it was planned to release 2020 March 28. Examination Department says results will release before April 30. Examination Commissioner has NOT yet confirmed the exact results release date or time so far.
2019 O/L Exam Results Release to Sri Lanka Examination Department official website http://www.doenets.lk. Few years ago, official website was slow as huge web traffic. If such a web traffic occurs this year, use below websites http://www.exams.gov.lk or http://www.results.exams.gov.lk or check via SMS.
2019 GCE O/L Exam commenced on December 2. Exam lasted till December 12. Exam held at 4,987 examination centers islandwide. 2020 O/L exam will held on December month and relevant timetable and other applications will be release future dates.
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