Twelve candidates (100 per cent) achieved at least one ‘A’ Level at the Alternative Grading Results in the Brunei-Cambridge (BC) GCE ‘A’ Level Examination while those who obtained at least two ‘A’ Levels were eight candidates (66.67 per cent).
The Ministry of Education (MoE) through the Department of Examinations stated this on releasing the BC GCE ‘O’ Level and International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) May/June 2020 Alternative Grading results.
In the BC GCE ‘AS’ Level Examination, out of 501 ‘AS’ Level candidates, 498 candidates (99.4 per cent) successfully obtained at least one subject. Candidates who obtained at least two ‘AS’ level were 428 (85.43 per cent).
For the BC GCE ‘O’ Level and IGCSE Examinations, 536 candidates (excluding those who sat for one or two subjects) who proceeded with the examination through alternative grading methods took between three to seven subjects. Sixty-eight candidates took between five to seven subjects and out of this, 34 candidates obtained five ‘O’ Levels and above (50 per cent).
Students who took the Alternative Grading Examinations can obtain their result slip from their schools.
Students or the public who would like to sit for BC GCE ‘O’ / ‘AS’ / ‘A’ Level and IGCSE examinations in October/November 2020, can register as ‘Late Entry’ candidates with an additional late entry fee on each subject to be taken. Registration forms and information can be obtained at the Department of Examinations, MoE.
The closing date for the registration of the ‘Late Entry’ is September 10.