A/L tuition classes, seminars banned from July 29

A/L tuition classes, seminars banned from July 29

July 25, 2015   05:17 pm


The conducting of tuition classes, seminars, workshops and printing model papers targeting students sitting for the 2015 G.C.E. Advanced Level examination has been prohibited with effect from midnight on Wednesday (July 29) until the exams end on September 08. 

In a statement issued today, the Department of Examinations said that organising or conducting tuition classes, special lectures, seminars, workshops as well as printing model question papers, distributing them and promoting them through any form of media and even the possession of such papers are prohibited during the aforementioned time period. 

It warned that legal action would be instigated against any institution or individuals who disregard these instructions. 

Complaints regarding such examination law violations are requested to be submitted to the nearest police station, Police Headquarters or the Examinations Department. 

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