GRADE SEVEN EXAMINATION STATISTICS REPORT NOVEMBER 2016 Introduction The November 2016 Grade 7 Examinations session has recorded a national pass rate slightly higher than the previous year’s. Generally, candidates performed well in all subject areas. High pass rates were recorded in Indigenous Languages. Although the candidates performed well in all subject areas, ...
October 30, 2017admin
The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council would like to acknowledge and extend immense gratitude to the nation and stakeholders for their support as we endeavour to move towards ISO certified status. Recent statistics as presented below on our candidature, demonstrate the confidence our learners and stakeholders have in the National Examinations....
October 29, 2017admin
THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education is investigating alleged irregularities in the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (Zimsec) Grade Seven General Paper 1 examination amid concerns from parents that the test was littered with errors and ambiguity. Some parents took to social media to express their concern over the examination ...
October 19, 2017admin
SCORES of pupils who were hoping to cheat in the Ordinary Level November 2017 Mathematics examination are counting their losses after they allegedly bought a fake leaked paper. The Zimbabwe School Examinations ...
October 3, 2017admin
Introduction A total number of 78 655 candidates registered and sat for a range of subjects from one to nine per candidate as compared to 65 380 in June 2016. Of the 78 655, 56 were candidates with special needs. The total candidature however increased by 13 275, a percentage increase ...
August 30, 2017admin
The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council Board and Management would like to advise the nation of the release of the ZIMSEC Ordinary and Advanced level June examinations results. We are proud to note that the Ordinary and Advanced Level results are being released simultaneously to the nation. The results are being sent ...
August 17, 2017admin
This week the Examiner would like to discuss the issue of malpractice in education and examinations with a particular focus on our own society, beliefs and culture. The first question we would like to answer is ‘What is Examination Malpractice?’. With the June examinations fast approaching, we would like the ...
May 3, 2017admin
The June Examination Results and the question many candidates have is “what does it mean for me and my future?” Today we would like to examine the examiner and find out how the grading process occurs and how to interpret the grades. Last week we took a look at the marking ...
March 31, 2017admin
School holidays are upon us and there is an apparent sigh of relief as parents rejoice at the end of school run and the students celebrate the much awaited days of rest and relaxation. End of term breaks are a time when students can clear their head, relax a little ...
March 24, 2017admin