Rwanda REB Results: www.reb.rw result by National Examinations Results – The Rwanda National Examinations Council (RNEC) is responsible for the overall administration, regulation, and supervision of national examinations and accreditation in primary and secondary schools in Rwanda.
Rwanda Education Board (REB) was established on 07/12/2010 to improve Rwanda’s Education quality, build the capacities and management of teachers, loans, and scholarships, monitor the distance learning program, and promote the use of information and communication technology in education.
Rwanda Education Board (REB), Rwanda is responsible for conducting expatiation likes
- A’LEVEL (S6): Advanced Secondary School level
- O’LEVEL (S3): Ordinary Secondary School level
- PRIMARY (P6): Primary Leaving National Examination:
REB Result :
REB Rwanda is also responsible for the publication of Primary to advanced-level national examination results. Rwanda Education Board (REB) allows students to check the reb result in a very easy way. REB also analyses results and produces performance statistics.
REB announced their result in the web portal www.reb.rw, once the results are published candidates or schools whose results are withheld or cancelled is also notified by the board.
All results will be issued by REB as soon as the award and processing of marks are completed for each centre. A list of all candidates showing their subject results and their overall performance will be printed and candidates will be able to view their results online through SMS on mobile phones or on the website. The result slips for individual candidates will also be printed and delivered to examination centres.
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In last year i.e. 2016 The Rwanda National Examinations Council (RNEC) announced National Examination results like Senior Six or S6 National Examination Results in February and P6 & S3 National Examination Results announced in January.
See also REB Online Results Slip
The performance of every candidate shall be given a grade for each subject and a result slip issued accordingly, indicating the overall performance of the candidate.
Grades are awarded on a 9-point scale from 1 to 9 and a 6-point scale for A-level results from A to E for Principal passes and S for Subsidiary passes determined by establishing the position of a candidate’s raw marks on a frequency distribution curve.
The pass mark is 3 subsidiary passes in the principal subjects. To qualify for Higher Education, a candidate at A’ Level must also obtain 2 principals at E in two principal subjects with a minimum of 13 points.
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Workforce Development Authority (WDA) is responsible for conducting TVET National Exams.