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ZIMSEC Says 2022 November O' Level Exams Will Not Be Cancelled

ZIMSEC Says 2022 November O' Level Exams Will Not Be Cancelled

The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) has dismissed social media claims that the November 2022 Ordinary Level examinations will be cancelled due to massive leakages of some papers.

In a statement on Tuesday, 17 January, ZIMSEC said it is finalising the processes preceding the release of the results.

It also said those candidates who had access to exam papers before they were written were identified during the writing of the examinations and also at the marking of scripts stage and their examination results cancelled. Part of the statement reads:

There have been false reports circulating on social media, particularly from a ZIMSEC parody (false) Twitter account and an online publication, Afrogazette, purporting that the Ordinary level results have been cancelled.

We haven’t issued any statements on the pass rate of the 2022 O Level Examination candidates or cancellation of results.

These reports are published in mischief to cause anxiety and unrest amongst candidates and parents.

We advise all stakeholders to disregard these speculative attempts to cause panic and despondency and await official updates from ZIMSEC.

We are in the process of finalising the assessment of 2022 Ordinary Level performance and have completed the marking.

The processes which precede the release of the results are currently underway.

ZIMSEC added that the results will be announced at the appropriate time when all the processes have been completed. It said:

Our stakeholders are called upon to expect the release of results to deserving candidates when all necessary processes have been completed.

We wish to thank the public and all our stakeholders for their interest and cooperation in ensuring the integrity of our examination system.

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9 Comments

1 week ago

Asi pane vana vemaShef vakanyora ZimSeke here?


1 week ago

Ok ok it's one and the same thing, even if they cheated, they will eventually come to vending..... Popular employment paZim


1 week ago

But it's not fair,dai vakati mapepa aka leaker atangidzwe kunyorwa,coz majority of the candidates vakaona mapepa aya.


observer 1 week ago

They said the teachers marking were trained enough to identify the culprits.Re-write or no re-write is the same still anongo leaker.

Patriot 1 week ago

Keep the exam papers at Cde Mnangagwa s house they will be safe there. No leakages


Chixpro 1 week ago

Ummm ndipo paanoto linker nguva

1 week ago

😹🖐🏿

Me 1 week ago

Kana kungoti ma candidates ese endai mononyorera ikoko

taz 1 week ago

Vamwe vana vakatoroorwa saka re-write ma1 apa.


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