PSLE Results 2017 : Examinations Council of Lesotho 2017-2018 Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) results will be announced on the First week of December.
PSLE Results 2017:
- Lesotho has a 7-3-2 formal education structure. The primary school has an official entry age of six and a duration of seven grades. Students sit for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) at the end of grade 7. Examinations Council of Lesotho (ECOL) is a non-profit making organization, which is responsible for conducting PSLE examinations and publish PSLE results.
- The main objective of PLSE exam is improved excellence in assessing the quality of educational performance from the beginning i.e. Primary schools.
How to get Lesotho PSLE Results 2017:
There are many ways to get the PSLE Lesotho Results 2017. First, wait for Hon. Minister press conference about the exact date of release. Generally, PSLE Results released in the month of December every year. Once it’s published students/parents can collect the results in following ways.
PSLE Results from Schools:
- 2017 PSLE results will be available at your respective schools. After the psle results, announcement students may collect the results from their schools.
PSLE Results Online:
Examinations Council of Lesotho allows all of us to check the results online. People who are in rush to get the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) results can follow the steps to check the result.
- Step 1: Open an Internet browser.
- Step 2: Visit www.ecol.org.ls
- Step 3: Looks for PLSE 2017 Results.
- Step 4: Once you found click on the link and a file will a be open.
- Step 5: Check your result from the list.
You may save/download the result for future reference.
PSLE Results 2016: Performance
In 2016 total of 40,043 candidates registered for the examination, of these, 38,452 appeared for the examinations, while 1,591 did not turn up for the examinations. Of the 38,452 candidates who sat for the 2016 PSLE examinations:
- 6,182 (16.1%) obtained a 1st class pass. This marks an increase of 2.4 % from the performance observed in 2015.
- 10,162 (26.4%) obtained a 2nd class pass. This number has increased by 0.5% from the 2015 results.
- 17, 234 (44.8%) obtained a 3rd class pass. This reflects a decrease of 2.9% in comparison with 2015 results.
- 4,874 (12.7%) could not meet the minimum requirements for a pass. This indicates an increase of 0.5% from the performance observed last year.
How to Check 2017 PSLE Results Online?
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