WASHINGTON DC —
The wait is over for candidates who sat for Advanced Level exams last year and 82, 61 percent of them reserve the right to celebrate after passing two or more subjects with an “E” grade or better.
The Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC) said Thursday out of 30, 614 examinees, 25, 291 had passed.
This slightly increased the ZIMSEC “A” Level pass rate from 81,6 in 2013 to 82,6 percent last year.
ZIMSEC director, Esau Nhandara, said in a statement that of the 7,324 private candidates who set for the same exams, 4,217 of them had passed.