O/L Candidates can sit at a nearby centre

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  • If adverse weather obstructs their destination 

 

Students sitting for the GCE O/L examination could do their exam at a nearby centre in case of inclement weather hindering them reaching their scheduled examination centres, the Examination Department said.    

“Measures had been taken to send applicants sitting for the GCE Ordinary Level examination to the nearest examination centres in case of inclement weather,” Examinations Commissioner General Sanath B. Pujitha said.   


The GCE Ordinary Level exam would be held from December 2 to 12 at 4,987 centres with 541 coordinating centres countrywide.   


A total of 717,008 students will sit for the examination. 433,050 school applicants and 282,958 private applicants will sit for the examination.   
The Provincial Education Directors and the Zonal Education Directors had been informed of action that should be taken if there were any obstacles for applicants to reach exam centres.   

 

  • The GCE O/L exam would be held from December 2 to 12 

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