GCE Results 2019 – Cameroon

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GCE Results 2019 O Level and A level released! Full results HERE.

Previous Analysis On The GCE Results.

It is that time of the year again when the candidates of the GCE exams are extremely anxious to know if they will be going to high school, the university or not. So the “GCE fever” is presently being felt everywhere in the streets across cities, towns and villages especially in the English speaking regions of Cameroon.

In this article, we will tell you how you will check your results and those of your friends with absolutely no stress when they are eventually released hours from now.

As of this moment, the results of the 2019 session of the Cameroon General Education (GCE) exams are still to be published. Although rumors have been circulating on different social media platforms purporting that the results have been released, the rumors are totally fake!

While everyone expect the official publication of the results to be in a few hours or days from now, a PDF document of the ordinary level results however found its way in the hands of many and didn’t take long to go viral on WhatsApp groups.

After doing our verification, we noticed that these GCE Results 2019 circulating online are results of the 2018 session. So, if you have gone through the misleading results and couldn’t find your name, remain calm, chill and wait for the official 2019 results.

It is still unclear why this PDF document was shared on several social media platforms when it is in fact false. The document has led to unprecedented confusion among those awaiting results with the plurality of fake news on social media. This has created stress and trauma in many students. We know how important the GCE Results 2019 are to you and will only share results after independently verifying their authenticity.

When the results are published, you will be able to access the complete results HERE.

How To Check Your GCE Results

 To get GCE Results 2019 on WhatsApp, click HERE. Once on the page, click on the WhatsApp share button below the page to send the results to family members and friends via WhatsApp.

Once on the page, click on the share button below the page to send the results to family members and friends via WhatsApp.

However, if you want to check on your Desktop or Laptop:

  1. Click on the results links above to go to results page
  2. Press Ctrl+F on your keyboard
  3. Type in your Center Number (not advisable to type your name since there could be typing errors)
  4. Look through carefully to check your name.

When you get your results, you will see different grades corresponding to different subjects you succeed in. et’s go through the different grades and know what each stands for.

The GCE Board Grading System

The Cameroon GCE Board uses letter grades in its grading system. This is done as illustrated below.

GCE O Level Grading scale: A, B, C, D, E, U

Letter grades A, B, and C represent a passing grade, with the A grade being the highest and the C grade being the lowest, and U (unclassified) representing a fail. Grades D and E though better than U are also fail grades.

Grades lower than C are not stated on the official certificate but are however stated on the result slip which is temporarily.

A = 3 points

B = 2 points

C = 1 point

 You need at least 4 papers to consider yourself successful.

GCE A Level Grading scale: A, B, C, D, E, O or F

Letter grades A, B, C, D, and E represent a passing grade; with the A grade being the highest and the E grade being the lowest. An F (fail) which is the lowest is not a passing grade and is not stated on the certificate. It is however stated on the result slip.

 An O commonly referred to as a complementary grade and indicates that the candidate was close but yet not close enough, unfortunately. It is also a failing grade.

A = 5 points

B = 4 points

C = 3 points

D = 2 points

E =1 point

You need at least 2 papers to consider yourself successful.

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Results Prediction

Ahead of the publication of the result, there have been some predictions regarding the performance of the candidates.

According to some examiners, the overall performance will be about 82% passed at the Advanced Level as against 67.4% in 2018.

They have also predicted a 77% passed compared to 50% in 2018 in the Ordinary Level. This increase in the percentage passed would be as a result of the better conditions that prevailed this year during the written and practical phases of the examination.

The 2019 session of the exams went on hitch free across the crisis hit North West and South West regions of the country. It is also worth noting that a safer environment prevailed this year during the learning process as compared to 2017 and 2018. As a result, it is expected that the results will be better this year.

Ahead of the publication of the result, the Minister of Secondary Education Dr. Pauline Nalova Lyonga Egbe visited marking centers in Buea expressed her satisfaction on the efforts sacrifice and resilience of the markers.

Minister Nalova Lyonga visiting GCE 2019 markers in Buea

She also congratulated all the stakeholders for heeding to the instructions in organizing a hitch-free examination. Dr. Nalova Lyonga went further to thank the government for the support throughout the written phase, marking and the publication of the results.

Cameroon GCE Results 2018

While we wait for the publication of the 2019 results, lets go down memory lane to 2018 and look at how the publication of the results was received by candidates, so we can know what to expect this year.

The publication of the 2018 GCE results brought joy to many but left others in heartbreak.

On that fateful Monday 23rd June at the premises of the Bilingual Grammar School Molyko , it was a steady queue of eager students, (some accompanied by their Parents, friends and love ones) most with mobile phones, streaming to the notice board of the institution.

Others were seen around the vicinity of the GCE board which is a stone throw from Bilingual Grammar School with mobile phones as well trying to see if the results will be published online.


Students checking results at the GCE Board

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.

According to Atem Margaret, a student of GHS Motombolombo Tiko, “I’m super elated knowing that the efforts I put in have paid off”

Another fortunate candidate from G.H.S Bokwaongo states; “I’m very happy because I will be going to high school in September and I think I’m very fortunate”

Some even went as far as jumping, dancing, and running, screaming and falling into pools of mud just to express their happiness.

However, the scenario was different at the gate of some schools. We could find students in tears, lamenting at the thought of another year in the same class. Well, the obvious question is ‘’did they prepare enough?” Remember, “if you fail to prepare, you’re preparing to fail.”

However, they may not have failed because they didn’t prepare. It could in fact be as a result of several circumstances; for example the sociopolitical crisis in the two English speaking regions where most of the candidates are based.

Although the the GCE Board’s delay to publish the results has left most students and parents upset, we are hoping that the announcement of the release of the GCE Results 2019 will be amazing this year.

Most parents criticized the GCE Board last year for failing to issue the right result slips to students. When the Board published the results, results slips from the Board were immediately issued to students.

However, it was surprising when the Board issued a set of different slips to the same students weeks later. This was even more disappointed to students who thought they succeeded in the exams but discovered that they failed in the second slip.

Several students and parents have also expressed disappointments on the way the board operates with regards to the publication of the results. According to them, it is hard to believe that students still face a lot of difficulties when it comes to getting their results at this digital age.

According to them, it would be best if the board can upload the results on their webpage or send or better still keep the students updated on when exactly the results will be released. To them, students go through a lot of stress and trauma in the process of getting their results especially because fake results keep circulating on the social media.

GCE 2019 Statistics

This year, 104457 candidates registered for the GCE as against 129071 candidates in 2018, thus, a drop by 24614 (19%).

2019 GCE O/L = 65638

2018 GCE O/L = 78579

2019 GCE A/L = 30498

2018 GCE A/L = 40192

2019 GCE O/L Technical = 4700

2018 GCE O/L Technical = 5300

2019 GCE A/L Technical = 3621

2018 GCE A/L Technical = 5000

Students sitting in for the 2019 GCE Exams

The statistics show that there has been a general drop in the number of registered candidates at all levels of the examination.

The crisis is definitely going to adversely affect the outcome of the exams and the credibility of the results to be issued by the GCE Board is another major debate topic. Despite positive predictions from examiners, many fear that the results this year may be one of the worst ever recorded by the Board.

This is particularly because the crisis started in 2016 when the students who sat for the O/L were in Form Three. The GCE O/L syllabuses begin from Form Three to Form Five. As for the A/L students, they got into high school in September 2017 when the crisis was already on for almost a year.

As a result, it is certain that these students have not had even just one effective academic year to prepare for the exams. It’s also obvious that most of them did not complete their syllabuses.

In places like Lebialem division and Muyuka subdivision where the impact of the crisis has been severely felt, many are left to wonder if there were any exams there at all because no school attendance has been recorded there for several months.

A general drop was also recorded in the registration of Baccalaureate Technique and Baccalaureate Brevet de technicien.

The Cameroon GCE Board is responsible for organizing the British system of Education throughout the national territory of Cameroon.

The GCE Board has its headquarters in Buea, in the south West region of Cameroon.

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Examinations organized yearly by the GCE Board

Every academic year in Cameroon, The GCE board organizes hitch-free examinations and awards certificates to candidates immediately after the final proclamation of the results.

The Minister of Secondary Education, the Registrar of the Board and the Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea are in.

The Board organizes:

The GCE Advanced Level General

And Also the GCE Ordinary Level General

The GCE Advanced Level Technical

And also the GCE Ordinary Level Technical

Baccalaureate Technique and Baccalaureate Brevet de technicien in the English Language.

Probatoir Technique and probatoire Brevet de technicien in English.

All these examinations are mostly written by candidates from the North West and South West regions of the country making up the only two Anglophone regions in Cameroon.

Remember, we will put up the full GCE Results 2019 on Kamerconnect.net as soon as they are released. You can visit our page daily, so you will know exactly when the results are released.

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