The purpose of this examination is to provide a benchmark for assessment, at both the student and classroom levels.
It is a measure intended to assist teachers in defining areas of individual growth, and in gathering a collective view of the academic proficiency of their students.
Subsequently, it will help them map out important strategies to assist students, who may need additional support.
For 2017, a total of 14,369 students sat for the Fiji Year 10 Examination.
Students, teachers, parents and guardians – should see this as an opportunity to re-dedicate their energy in a targeted way, going into the new year.
The Ministry stands ready to support all of Fiji’s school children – as they reflect on their results and strive to improve.
The individual results will be made available in all schools, and in all the 9 district education offices from today.
The online portal has also been activated for individual student access.
The link for the online portal is www dot examresults dot gov dot fj.
For students to access their results online, the following security questions should be correctly filled in, and match the details that exist in the Fiji Education Management Information System.
This includes, School Year, Student – Index Number, First Name, Surname, Parent Name and Date of Birth.
The Ministry of Education has also set up a support service, to assist students in accessing their results.
Clarification on student details can be directed to the following numbers: 322 0564 or 322 0565.
Those numbers once again – 322 0564 or 322 0565.