ZIMSEC Opens Window For Late Registration
GCE Ordinary Level and Advanced Level candidates that intend to sit for the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) November 2021 session and had missed the deadline can still register until 30 July.
ZIMSEC spokesperson Nicky Dlamini said normal registration closed on Friday last week and the late registration window is to ensure that all candidates get an opportunity to register and write the examinations. Said Dlamini:
For normal registration we are now closed, however, late registration will continue until the 30th of July 2021.
That is the only time that we will be able to have statistics of those that have registered.
ZIMSEC set the late registration fee at ZWL$1 978.00 per subject for O’ Level candidates, while A’ Level candidates will have to fork out ZWL$2 952.00 for a regular subject and ZWL$2 496.00 for Communication Skills.
Dlamini said ZIMSEC did not have the actual statistics of candidates that will sit for the examinations following COVID-19 disturbances but would be able to collate data at the close of the late registration period.
The June 2021 Zimsec public examinations for both Ordinary and Advanced Levels were suspended by Cabinet following disruptions caused by COVID-19 and the resulting lockdown.
Those who had wanted to sit in June will now sit for the November 2021 session.
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