Cameroon GCE Results General and Technical for the June 2021 session of examinations is made public today 02nd of October 2021! The results of GCE 2021-2022 Cameroon is being published on our website.
Cameroon GCE Results General and Technical for the June 2021 session of examinations is made public today 02nd of October 2021!
The results of GCE 2021-2022 Cameroon is being published on our website.
Ordinary levels results have witnessed an improvement from 62.15% in 2019 to 64.04% this year 2020.
Advance level result however dropped from 74.24 % in 2019 to 64. 4% in 2020.
Complete results PDF : Check Cameroon GCE O, A Results Online Here.
- Cameroon GCE Ordinary Level Results 2021 Cameroon O Level.
- Cameroon GCE Advanced Level Results 2021 Cameroon A Level.
“As a result, 77% passed compared to 50% in 2018 in the Ordinary Level” he further reiterated.
The Minister of Secondary Education Pauline Nalova Lyonga Egbe, congratulated all the stakeholders for heeding to the instructions in organizing a hitch-free examination.
She went further to thank the government for the support throughout the written phase, marking and the publication of the results.
Cameroon GCE Results 2021
Cameroon GCE results 2021 is finally out.
It has been celebration in some places and languishing in other places following the publication of the 2018 GCE results.
This Monday 23rd June at lycée de Molyko, Buea , it was a steady queue of eager students, (some in the company of Parents) most with mobile phones, streaming to the notice board of the institution.
Many others were seen around the vercinity of the GCE board which is a stone throw from lycée Molyko with mobile phones as well trying to see if the results will be published online.
Forces of law and order were also very visible in case of any chaos.
At specific locations were teachers, parent, friends and love ones congratulating those who excelled.
Gradually in groups of four or five, the students congregated and their facial expression could tell a story of its own.
There were shouts of joy, hugs and giggling on one end while lamentation and regrets was observed in the same campus.
Eric Ayuk states
“this is the fifth time I am sitting in for the exam, this time I was very fortunate”.
Another fortunate candidate, states;
“I can now go ahead with my studies”
At the gate of the school, the scenario was different, students in tears, lamenting at the thought of another year in the same class, teachers say as examination preparation begins from the first day of the school year, so is the GCE.