Breaking: A Level results out

PRIMARY and Secondary Education Minister, Lazarus Dokora has revealed that there is a marked improvement in pass rate for the 2015 ‘A’ Level exams whose results are ready for collection today.

BY STAFF REPORTER

Addressing journalists in Harare today, Dokora said female candidates performed much better than their male counterparts.
“Of the 32 550 school candidates who wrote two or more subjects 28 510 passed, giving a school pass rate of 87.6%,” he said

8 Responses to Breaking: A Level results out

  1. Mutoriti January 21, 2016 at 3:49 pm #

    I just feel more emphasis should be put on practical subjects.At the rate at which Lord Cremora Matibili is killing the country,who will absorb these ‘A Levels’ into the formal labour market?They should do more practical subjects for self survival!Smith was better!

  2. Hoko January 21, 2016 at 4:35 pm #

    I wonder how many Universities will absorb these children. Dokora is biased. It does not sound well to tell us that female candidates passed better than man. So does it necessarily mean that male candidates are supposed to pass and female candidates are suppose to fail.
    I don’t trust ZIMSEC at all.
    Smith was much better and very intelligent. This 7 degreed useless shape is destroying our nation together with his Dofo minister of Education.

  3. Hoko January 21, 2016 at 4:43 pm #

    I feel sorry for the innocent children writing ZIMSEC. ZIMSEC is just a joke. nxaaaaa sorry I don’t trust ZIMSEC.

  4. Blackman January 21, 2016 at 7:05 pm #

    Haiwavo Dokora atadzei. why some of you muchingova negative appreciate kana vana vapasa vapasa.

    • Sammy January 23, 2016 at 11:35 pm #

      The main problem wth zimsec is their lack of consistency in their grading(before we evn start abt their marking syste wch lacks objectivity, paper leakages and poorly crafted syllabi) system… for instance, one subjects had grades lowered to as little as 56% as th minimum for an A grade. We set substandard goals and celebrate kuti vana vapasa. dazn make sense.

    • Sammy January 23, 2016 at 11:36 pm #

      The main problem wth zimsec is their lack of consistency in their grading(before we evn start abt their marking syste wch lacks objectivity, paper leakages and poorly crafted syllabi) system… for instance, one subjects had grades lowered to as little as 56% as th minimum for an A grade. We set substandard goals and celebrate kuti vana vapasa. dazn make sense…

  5. AKA ZERO 1 January 21, 2016 at 8:41 pm #

    DOKORA IS ALWAYS A SHAME

  6. Gwenzi January 21, 2016 at 11:29 pm #

    is this breaking news??

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