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January 09, 2013 06:44:16 PM
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Results of the 2012 Fiji School Leaving Certificate Examination will not be released till next Wednesday, 16 January 2013, the education ministry said in a statement.

The results were initially scheduled to be released tomorrow, 10 January 2013.

Education ministry’s permanent secretary Dr Brij Lal did not give any reason for the delay, but confirmed to FijiLive it had nothing to do with the seven cases of FSFE malpractice that were reported to them.

About 13,421 students sat for the FSLC examination in the 164 centers nationwide.

Students and principals are advised to collect their respective results from the examination office at Selbourne Street or at their education district office at 9am next Wednesday.

By Lavenia Vuadreu
 

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