The Ministry of Education through the Department of Examination released Brunei-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level October/ November 2021 Examinations results yesterday.
This is the first time that the examinations adopted an alternative means of assessing student performance using School Assessed Grades (SAG). Some 1,371 candidates comprising upper sixth form centre candidates sat for the examination in the October/November 2021 session, a decrease of 6.48 per cent compared to 2020 candidates.
The achievement of candidates at the school level obtaining at least three ‘A’ are 1,245 candidates (90.81 per cent). Meanwhile, the number of candidates receiving at least two ‘A’ levels is 1,342 (97.88 per cent) and 1,364 (99.49 per cent) obtained at least one ‘A’ level.
Some 307 candidates obtained A*/A grades and above in two to four subjects. Meanwhile, 17 candidates obtained grade A*/A in four subjects with 132 candidates obtaining grade A*/A in three subjects and 158 obtained grade A*/A in two subjects.
The two subjects that achieved 100 per cent passing grades A-C are Further Mathematics and Physical Education, while eight subjects achieved 100 per cent pass grades A-E, namely Bahasa Melayu, Further Mathematics, History (code 9389), Travel and Tourism, Physical Education, Art and Design, History (code 9489) and Design and Technology.
With the release of the Brunei-Cambridge GCE ‘A’ Level October/November 2021 Examination results, students who sat for the examinations may obtain their result slips from their schools.
Candidates wishing to improve their results can register for the Brunei-Cambridge ‘AS’ and ‘A’ Level examinations for the May/June 2022 session. Registration is open with the closing date for private candidates’ registration on February 14.