(LANKAPUVATH | COLOMBO) – Commissioner General of Examinations Amit Jayasundara said that 166,938 students have qualified for university admission according to the results of the Advanced Level Examination 2022 (2023).
The results of the GCE Advanced Level exam were released yesterday (4) and the results can be checked through the official websites www.doenets.lk or www.results.exams.gov.lk.
This year, 263,933 applicants sat for the Advanced Level Examination and the results of 84 were withheld due to various reasons.
Of the 166,938 who qualified for university admission, 149,487 were school applicants while the balance 17,451 were private applicants.
The Examinations Department states that 96,995 applicants who sat for the AL Examination this year did not qualify for university admission.
Within 24 hours from the time of release of results, all school and private applicants can download and view a result sheet by by visiting the link http://onlineexams.gov.lk/eic and entering the National Identity Card number. By visiting this website all the principals can also download the school exam result documents and get a printed copy using the user name and password given to them.
All Provincial Education Directors and Regional Directors can download the results of all schools in their province or region through the link http://onlineexams.gov.lk/onlineapps/index.php/welcome/onlineresults using the provided username and password.
Only the candidates, who sat for the A-level examination 2022 (2023) and to take the A-level examination 2023 again, can apply for that from the 11th to the 16th of this month through the link https://onlineexams.gov.lk/eic.
Meanwhile, the Education Ministry said applications to re-evaluate answer scripts can be submitted from the 7th to the 16th of September through the link https://onlineexams.gov.lk/eic.