Grade 11 selection list 2020

PNG Insight visitors have been wanting to see the Grade 11 selection lists for 2020. The good news is you do not have to wait anymore. The 2020 Grade 11 Selection for National High Schools and Secondary Schools are now out.


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Latest update: The Grade 11 selection listing for 2021 is now out. Check out the Education Department website or click here
2020 Grade 11 selection list for National High and Secondary Schools in PNG

This blog reproduces the listing here for its online visitors. It is for information only. If you have any question in relation to the selections listing, please call or email or speak to the GES. 

Alternatively, speak directly to the local secondary school principals, guidance officer or inspectors in regards to spacing at secondary schools. 

Where to check online

Here is a quick infographics on where to download the PDF file.

Check the education department website


2. Click on the 'Selection List' tab

There, you'll find the following PDF files. (Note: the lists are compiled by the General Education Services Division of the NDOE)
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Selection List Tab
3. Click the direct links above
Select your region and National high school listed in bullet points listed under '2020 Grade 11 selection list for National High and Secondary Schools in PNG'. See above.

We hope you have a fulfilling holiday.

A very Merry Christmas 2019 and Happy New Year 2020. Stay blessed.

2021 UPNG Non-school leavers and school leavers acceptance (Info)

The information presented below is a compilation of news and instructions from the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) website. The information is for non-school leavers (who have applied to UPNG) and school leavers who applied through DHERST's NOAS (National Online Application System). 

Important selections note

If you are a non-school leaver and have applied to UPNG, the university (UPNG) will inform you when you are accepted into their program. For example, you submitted the 2021 UPNG non-school leaver application, you'll hear directly from UPNG - not from DHERST.

The university will directly inform you via the acceptance letter and/or by publishing the acceptance list on their website. Then, you must accept the Offer Letter and let the uni know about your intention to take up the offer immediately.

Acceptance lists for 2021

The University of Papua New Guinea offers Diploma, Bachelor, Bachelor (Professional), Bachelor (Honours), Post-Graduate Diploma, Master, PhD and D.B.A. programs.

The University selects among the School leavers (Grade 12 school leaver seeking admission in the next immediate year) and Non-School leavers (Grade 12 passed-outs, other than school leavers) for admission into its Diploma, Bachelor and Bachelor (Professional) programs.

Non-school leavers acceptance list 2021

Due to limited space and resources, the University can only admit a limited number of new students into various programmes of study. As a result, competition is very high and priority is given to those with higher GPAs. 

Those seeking enrolment must satisfy the UPNG admission requirement.

The Non-School Leavers are selected based on their application in response to the University’s advertisement every year. The university does the selection and informs the students by publishing the 2021 non-school leavers acceptance list on each university's website. 

If you have any questions about the 2021 Grade 12 selection process, PDF list, etc., please leave a comment below or check out this latest update on PNG Universities Non-School Leavers Selection 2021.

School Leavers Acceptance List

School leavers are selected based on their options provided through the Department of Higher Education. DHERST does the selection online and informs the students of their AES or TESAS statuses.

The 2021 school leavers' selection list will be published on DHERST website like it did in the past unless things have changed. However, it seems that the selection will continue as normal this year. 

So, check this blog post here or DHERST website for latest info in regards to the 2021 school leavers online selection list.

UPNG postgraduate programs

The University advertises for postgraduate programs such as Bachelor (Honours), Post-Graduate Diploma, Master, PhD and D.B.A. programs. Candidates with a good Bachelor degree are eligible to apply for Bachelor (Honours), Post-Graduate Diploma and Master programs. 

Candidates with a good Master degree are eligible to apply for the PhD program and D.B.A. program. The University selects the candidates for these programs from among those who apply against its advertisement every year.

Acceptance letters

The University sends offer/acceptance letters to all candidates selected for various programs in addition to advertising the names of selected candidates for various programs in the prominent newspapers in the Country. 

The candidates who accept the offer letters are requested to pay the relevant yearly fee in full and register themselves for the program for which they are accepted usually in February of the year concerned. 

The process of admission ends with the registration of the students for the program for which they are accepted.

If you have any questions about the 2021 Grade 12 selection process, PDF list, etc., please leave a comment below or check out this latest update on PNG Universities Non-School Leavers Selection 2021.

School tuition subsidy and free tuition: Is the school fee subsidy policy feasible?

In the #EducationTalk series on PNG Insight, the writer reflects on the Tuition Fee-Free policy of 2012 - 2019. 

It presents an analysis of the TFF policy and school tuition subsidy (GSTF) model in a detailed (4000 words) article. Read about it here.

The discussion pauses the question if the Governance and Monitoring process of the new Govt's School Tuition Subsidy model can address the challenges faced in the implementation phases of the TFF policy in 2012 - 2019.


Perhaps it is important to mention that the conversation aims to raise the challenges of the past tuition fee policy so that proper measures can be taken to address then, going forward.

Quality Education: Secretary Recounts Achievements

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On behalf of the Department of Education, I send Christmas Greetings to all our students and their families, teachers and school administrators and our important stakeholders like the development partners, churches, Non-Government Organizations (NGO) and service providers who supported us in our efforts to provide quality education and training for our children in Papua New Guinea.

I acknowledge the minister for education Hon. Joseph Yopyyopy for his elevation during the change of government and taking up the challenge with the Ministry as a political head. He has served humbly for the past 6 to 7 months with patience and with a spirit of servanthood.

We acknowledge the services of all the officers who passed on this year while providing vital services in their capacities and being committed to the education sector.

Also, at this juncture, we recognize and salute the retirees who will leave the Education Department for their commitment, dedication and tireless effort for their roles and responsibilities in the development of the education sector.

This year a total of eighteen (18) officers will be retiring while the second batch of retirees will leave next year (2020).

Our vision is to provide quality education and training to every citizen in the country. This year we have aspired and advocated our overarching theme to ‘Christian and Values Education for a Better Future.’

We exist to serve the parents, teachers, students and schools so that every Papua New Guineans is given a fair opportunity in education to achieve a better future.

On behalf of the Minister and the Office of the Secretary, I like to acknowledge and thank everyone for contributing to the long-term vision that is to improve the quality of education to every citizen for a better future.

We as public servants are here to serve our people in good and bad times, in rough and calm times, in happy and sad times. We survive to serve our people.

I’m grateful and satisfied that with the guidance of GOD Almighty and the leadership of the Minister, Top Management, line managers, staff and with the partner organizations, development partners and of course the spouses and children with your support and perseverance, we have all worked hard to make this year a success.

We have achieved a lot in terms of policy development and implementation as we remain resilient and strong despite the challenges.


Let me highlight some of the accomplishments made this year.

First, the development and implementation of Standard Based Curriculum which we started in 2015. I am pleasured to announce that by 2020 we will complete the whole cycle of the SBC.

This year the officers have worked tirelessly with the leadership of Mr Walipe Wingi, ‘Mrs Annemaria Kona and Mr Steven Tandale for ensuring that the Secondary school curriculum is completed. We thank CDD for your patience and hard work for the completion of this important task despite the challenges faced.

All the curriculum materials that are developed is PNG made. It is something we all must be proud off for the children in the country.

Secondly, we acknowledge that work put in by the Policy & Planning Division for spearheading the ‘1-6-6 school structure’ and completion of the next ‘10-year Education Plan’.

Also, the completion of the ‘Corporate Plan’ which the Minister launched and the implementation of the ‘School Learning Improvement Plan (SLIP).’

Thirdly, to the Guidance and Counselling Division and the leadership for the development of the ‘Scout Policy’ and the ‘Behaviour Management Policy.’

Credits go to the Research & Revaluation Division, Policy & Planning Division, and Guidance Division and other line divisions that contributed enormously to develop the ‘Early Childhood Policy.’ The policy will be launched by the Minister before the end of the year.

Another milestone policy that was developed for the Secondary sector is the ‘National Schools of Excellence Policy.’ The policy is already approved by the National Executive Council and will be launched soon.

TVET Sector also has finalized and updated the ‘Technical Secondary Schools Policy.’ The National Examinations held this year was a success with no major problems.

The Finance Division must be thanked for commitments, despite the pressure in sorting all our claims. They worked tirelessly to ensure our tasks flow smoothly.

I personally acknowledge the commitment everyone in the department has put in. Next year all the divisions will have increases in their recurrent budgets. For example, the Curriculum Development Division’s budget will increase to cater for development, publishing and distributions of school materials.

Likewise, the Guidance Division will ensure that inspectors visit schools throughout the country.

In Tuition Fee Free (TFF) we have almost dispatched K600 million except for the last K100 million that is being held back to be released in early 2020. The TFF team in the department and the provinces must be acknowledged for making sure schools get their allocations.

This year we have decentralized the TFF functions to the provinces. We had successfully given the functions to 5 provinces namely New Ireland, East New Britain, Milne Bay, Morobe and Enga. These provinces were able to ensure all their schools received their funds.

The Department will be passing on the functions to other provinces in the country who are ready to take on the responsibilities.

Lastly, the Department has really embraced the advancement of technology. This year we have developed the ‘Document Management System Application.’ We are now converting all our hard copies of documents to e-copies so all our documents can be accessed by the press of the computer button.

We have also developed and launched “My Payslip Application’ The public servants and teachers can now access their current payslips online. ‘My PNG School Application’ is another intervention that is now been implemented and rolled out with officers from headquarter visiting provinces to impart the use of the system.

With the NID project, we have almost 30,000 teachers registered and working closely with the NID office to ensure all the remaining teachers are recorded. In 2020 all teachers will be required to attach their photos and NID numbers when submitting their resumption forms.

As many teachers have not yet received their NID this will take time however, photos will be a requirement on the forms next year.


I would like to conclude by once again acknowledge and thank the many long-serving officers and teachers who retire this year for your commitment and dedication to the education sector and wish you well in your future endeavours.

The onus is now on us to embrace the Government’s education developmental agendas to convalesce education for the betterment of the children of PNG into the future.

As we head into the New Year, I wish for all of us to share the same spirit of togetherness, ownership and teamwork to further enhance education to meet our overall goal of providing quality education and training for all.

Christmas is the time where families get together to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ joyously and peacefully.

Therefore, I wish you all a blessed and safe festive celebration and a prosperous happy new year 2020. May GOD Almighty continue to bless Papua New Guinea.


Education Ministry Pledged to Deliver Quality Education - Minister's Statement 2020


As we are closing the 2019 academic year, I would like to thank the hardworking students, teachers, parents, communities, churches and other supporting agencies for all your tireless effort in contributing to a very successful and tremendous academic year for all of us. 

Without your commitment and willingness in doing things, we would not achieve the things that we have achieved throughout this year.

I would like to thank and commend our provincial and district education officers for their time and commitment to ensuring that quality and important education services are delivered to our schools right down to the districts.

I also thank officers at the Office of Libraries and Archives and Teaching Service Commission for their hard work.

My sincere gratitude also goes out to all our stakeholders, partners especially donor partners, Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), and International Development Organisations including:

Australian High Commission, 
the European Union, 
UNICEF and many others for their continuous support in making sure we deliver the best and quality education needed in this country. 

It is important to note that education is an investment and foundation for national development for the future of our children. Our vision for quality education and high standards is setting the benchmark in all areas of education and efforts will be focused on this trend to see better results.


The Department is looking at the new education reform from Objective-Based Education (OBE) to Standard-Based Curriculum (SBC). The development of SBC is on target and department is focusing on aligning another component of education sector accordingly to achieve high-quality education standard results.
 Also, there are on-going activities including 
Teacher Training, 
School Governance, Management and Leadership, 
Student Behaviour and Attitude,
Research and Monitoring, 
Consultation and Awareness that the department is rolling out to support the implementation of SBC. 

Teaching and teaching practices are the first component that will change to fully implement SBC. Teachers colleges will incorporate their study programs in-line with the newly developed curriculum. 

Teachers graduating from teacher’s colleges at the end of both preservice and in-service will be fully equipped with the knowledge and skills of implementing SBC.
In the full implementation of SBC, the department is also expecting provinces, districts, LLGs and schools to create their own policies so that standard practice is maintained in all levels of education in the country. 

This year, the new Citizenship and Christian Values Education (CCVE) subject has been taught in schools. I believe this will enhance the social, mental and physical character development of our children. 

In addition, there will be Boys Scout and Girl’s Guide to be introduced in schools as a compulsory subject. This subject will be taken after school hours on weekends.


It is the government’s policy that all children must complete elementary education up to grade 12 and no child dropout.
The 13 years of education under 1-6-6 is a step forward in providing the opportunity for all children to have access to 13 years of quality education from grade 1 to grade 12 by 2030. 

The implementation of this structure will result in phasing out of elementary school. The preparatory grade in elementary school will be in preschool. 
Children will have 
1 year Elementary education, 
6 years of Primary education and 
another 6 years Secondary education. 

Grades 1 to 6 at the primary level. Grades 7 and 8 in Junior High School with grades 9 and 10. Senior High School in grades 11 and 12.

This new school structure under the National Education Plan (NEP) is more focused on delivering quality education and addressing issues like school access, retention and equity.


Under the Alotau Accord II, Quality Teacher Training has been the priority for the government. The reform in the education system requires a more holistic approach in delivering quality education. 

Hence, teachers will be trained and fully equipped with the knowledge and skills required in delivering quality education through the implementation of the new structure. 

Pre-service and in-service programs will be rolled out for teachers to upgrade their qualifications from Elementary to Primary and from primary to Secondary respectively as they take on board the responsibilities of the new structure. 

The teachers are the key contributors to child’s learning and development and so I want to see more qualified teachers teaching in schools.


Education continues to remain the government’s number one priority since the implementation of Tuition Fee Free Policy in 2012 by the previous government. The Government’s funding under the TFF Policy since 2012 is close to K4 billion. 

A total of 11, 194 registered schools in PNG are benefitting from the program with an enrolment of over 2 million students in all our Elementary, Primary, Secondary, National High, TVET Vocational, FODE, Inclusive and Permitted Schools. 

This year, the TFF funding allocation is K616 million. A total of K432 million has been released to the Department with outstanding payment of K193.2 million yet to be released.
The money that has been released to the department has been paid to all schools including: 
Elementary Schools, 
Primary Schools, 
Secondary Schools, 
Provincial High Schools,
 Aational High Schools, 
FODE, and 
inclusive of Education Resource Centres throughout the country. 

The TFF policy name is now changed to the ‘Government Tuition-Free Subsidy’ (GTFS) policy. The next year (2020), the GTFS will be a shared responsibility between the government and the parents which means that the government will allocate 63.4% and the parent will cater for the other portion of 36.6%.

I thank the Marape-Steven government for continuing to support the TTF policy and we will continue to work alongside to achieve maximum outcome.


The expansion of the Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET) sector will accommodate the increasing number of school leavers after grade 12. 

Currently, we are looking at having one multi-technical college at each of the 89 districts and two polytechnic institutions in the four regions. 

At present, we have three new technical colleges in Southern Highlands, West New Britain and Simbu province and one Polytechnic institution in Morobe province. 

The Department will continue to work alongside with the other provinces to convert some of the existing Vocational Centers to technical colleges soon.


For the next 10 years, starting this year, the Ministry has come up with strategies to ensure that national, provincial and district education systems are operational, utilizing appropriate information technology that will allow schools and teachers to focus on improved student learning outcomes. 

We will embrace technology to enhance learning such as E-Library and E-Learning to E-textbooks and management systems. 
The take-up of appropriate IT systems to improve efficiency and productivity such as the My PNG School and My Payslip applications are not an option but necessary.


The next 10 years plan period coincides well with the current government’s 10-year goal and aspiration to TAKE BACK PNG AND TO GIVE QUALITY EDUCATION TO ALL AND NO ONE IS BEHIND. 

Under this new 10-year plan, the ministry has considered another three (3) priority areas in addition to the existing six (6) priority areas of the last plan to address the issues in those areas. These areas include; 

• Early Childhood Education to prepare children to advance in preparatory schools. 
• Equity to address the barriers that prevent children from attending schools Continue from such as sex and gender, children with disabilities, children left out of school and children in remote areas, and 
• Christian and Citizen Values that will allow children to have a sense of who they are and where they come from in respect to Christian principles, their customs, culture and beliefs.

All in all, quality education is relevant and therefore useful to the lives of Papua New Guineans and is the key to how well our education system will contribute to the future of our nation to be the Richest Black Christian Nation on earth.


To finish off I take this opportunity to announce that the first time we have successfully carried out the national examination without any embezzlement. I thank all those responsible for ensuring this accomplishment. Well done and let us maintain this benchmark for next year and onwards. With that once again, I thank all stakeholder for your contribution to the many success of this year.

And I look forward to a more exciting journey with you next year. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Prosperous New Year, 2020. 

Thank you.
HON. JOSEPH YOPYYOPY Minister for Education

Press release Dec 2020

TFF cash component payments of K385 million to October 2019

The Department of Education has so far received a total of K385 million from the Department of Finance to pay schools the Tuition Fee Free payments.

The release of K20 million at the end of September and an additional K40 million at the beginning of October brings the total amount released to the Department to K385 million so far.

The K60 million released recently has been paid to schools starting at the beginning of October to the Elementary, Primary, Community, Secondary, Provincial High Schools, National High Schools and Vocational Schools throughout the country.

This is the first payment for Term 3, 2019.

The school headteachers, principals and Boards of Managements are urged to budget and spend the money wisely so it can last until the next payment is received.

“The current policy has been reviewed by the Department and my office is reviewing it before it will be presented to Cabinet for its endorsement,” he said.

Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra thanked the schools for their patience.

He acknowledged and thanked the Government for continuing to support the TFF Policy, in releasing funds to ensure that schools continue to provide education services.


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Australia Scholarships for PNG Secondary School Students

The Minister for Education Hon. Joseph Yopyyopy and the Australian High Commissioner to PNG Bruce Davis formally agreed on Papua New Guinea’s participation in the Pacific Secondary School Scholarships Program commencing in 2020 during the signing at the Australian High Commission building on 17th December 2019.

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This scholarships program will enable students from PNG to build lifelong connections with Australia and help develop their skills to contribute fully to PNG’s development, thereby enhancing its sustainable economic growth.

As currently designed, the scholarship will support PNG students to obtain a senior school certificate and possibly an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank if desired. 

The first cohort of students will commence in year 10 in Australia in July 2020.

Schooling will be delivered by NSW and Queensland state governments’ existing international education programs, which is supported by a rigorous Australian regulatory framework for quality assurance, child protection and welfare.

Secondary school scholarships to Australia will complement the secondary school partnerships established under the PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools initiative, launched by Minister Joseph Yopyyopy and Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne on 26th August 2019.

The Partnerships between 24 PNG and Australian schools are strengthening teaching and learning at schools around PNG.

Minister Yopyyopy thanked the Australia Government for continuing to support PNG through education and stressed that this is the focus of the current government to take back PNG.

He said PNG will continue to work closely in partnership with the Australian Government in similar schemes in future and like to see many young Papua New Guineans grasp the opportunity to better themselves and help in the development of the country.

The Australian High Commissioner to PNG Bruce Davis said Australia has been supporting education in all levels.

He alluded that the current Prime Minister James Marape has been strongly emphasizing on the technical & vocational education. This is an area that would be looked at also.

Mr. Davis said they will assist where possible and will be in line with PNG’s own developmental priorities.

Grade 11 Selection List - RELEASED

This newsletter (screenshot) aims to answer the HOT topic at present: the 2019 Grade 11 selection for national high and secondary school students for 2020 in the country. This is a blog version of the Newsletter that aims to give some answers.

The 2021 Grade 11 selection updates, check out YouTube HERE

Latest update: The Grade 11 selection listing for 2021 is now out. Check out the Education Department website or click here


Here are the updates of the 2020 Grade 11 Selection list and 2020 Grade 12 selection dates to mark.

Online results for the high, secondary and national high schools

  • Grade 10: Declared on 10 AM, Tuesday, 3rd Dec 2019 (DONE)
  • Grade 12: Declaration Time 10 AM, Monday, 9th Dec 2019 (DONE)
The Grades 10 and 12 students can now access their results online through My PNG Exam Results website (

Online results for Flexible Open Distance Education (FODE)

  • Grade 10 Declared: 10 AM, Tuesday, 3rd Dec 2019 (DONE)
  • Grade 8 Declaration Time: 10 AM, Monday, 9th Dec 2019
  • Grade 12 Declaration Time: 10 AM, Monday, 9th Dec 2019
FODE students can ALSO access their results online through My PNG Exam Results website (

Grade 11 selection for 2020

  • The Grade 10 online result was released last week on the 3rd of December 2019
  • General Education Services of the National Education Department, principals and provincial reps met in Port Moresby since last week (3rd – 13th December 2019)
  • The 2019 Grade 11 selection list for secondary and national high schools in the country will be made available on the education department website. 
  • The list is not out at the time of this notice. 
  • The selection is done. Everyone will now wait for GES of education department to compile the list into provinces and regions. And publish it.
  • Grade 11 selection completed on the 13th Dec 2019 & made available on the 24th Dec 2019 - took nearly two weeks to finalise and publish the Grade 11 selection PDF files on Edu Dept website.
2020 Grade 11 selection

2020 Grade 12 Selection for Tertiary institutions

  • The release of online results for Grade 12 is this Monday the 9th of December 2019. (DONE
  • The grace period is for students to fix the choices on the Online School Leavers Form (SLF) is 3 day. It ended on Thursday 12/12/2019.
  • There was a notice of suspension of the Grace Period by 14 hours READ ABOUT IT HERE.
  • Students can FINALISE their SLF choices to the 6 PNG universities, colleges and other tertiary institutions during the Grace period. (See the message on the screen below)
  • The selection is ONLINE and is completely FREE. And, will take place in auto-selection mode. That means that it will be fast - students will be able to KNOW their selection status, fast. 
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Important Announcements from DHERST

  • Grace Period is officially closed
  • National Selections would be launched on Friday, 13th December at 1:00pm DONE
  • Selection Results will be officially published on Monday 16th December 2019 on the DHERST website,
  • Students scholarships for 2020 will be communicated to the general public in January 2020

Hope the bullet list of dates and inferences give you an idea of the times of the release of results; and selections. 

Wish you all the best. 


The Public Accounts Committee has announced that it has initiated its inquiry into the Tuition Fee-Free (TFF) policy.
The policy, a key policy of the former O'Neill Government has seen billions of kinas spent annually on TFF.

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Read about the TFF policy on PNG Insight (

However since its inception in 2012 - reports have revealed a massive drop in the quality of education despite millions having access.

PAC Chairman Sir John Pundari said notices have been sent to the Education Department to provide information to the Inquiry in October of this year and officers will be summoned and Hearings will commence in 2020.

 Sir John said the Committee has already received evidence from concerned individuals uncovering gross abuse of the TFF policy. 

He said Ghost schools and school boards have allegedly been paid.  

The PAC Chairman said other reports received by the PAC show an organized scam involving Education Department officials and certain school boards where deliberate overpayments were made.

The Inquiry comes at a time when the Marape-Steven Government has announced a fifty percent cut in the TFF policy for 2020.

Meantime, the PAC is currently dealing with Inquiry into the millions of kinas worth of contracts for the procurement of medical drugs and supplies by the national Department of Health has already uncovered gross abuse of systems and bribery among others.

Members of the PAC will visit health centers and aid-posts throughout the country this month as part of the Inquiry. 

 PAC recommences early 2020.

 NBC News- Lyanne Togiba
Picture: PAC

My PNG Exam Results Website User Friendly

The website for accessing Grades 10 and 12 online result is It is user-friendly and easy to access your exam results. 

(Update 2020: please note that the URL/website for checking 2021 Grade 10 online results and My PNG Grade 12 results is NOW live.

Check out our latest article on 2020 Grade 10 Results online >>>click here!

Note also that there are some improvements. The obvious improvements include the following:
  • inclusion of FODE (Flexible Open and Distance Education) and Grade 8 online results
  • new URL -
  • Access the website on mobile application (my png exam result APP)

How to login

At the My PNG Exam Results page, type in the correct DEFAULT login details on the first attempt. *Follow the hint given in red carefully:
  • Surname
  • First name + Middle name
  • Default Password = SLF NO. and the format as YYYYPRSCHCAND
  • YYYY = 4 digits, PR = 2 digits provincial code, SCH = 3 digits school code & CAND = 4 digits candidate number
You can change the password to a more secure one when you have logged-in. But make sure to use a password that only you can remember. 

Check out the help page if you need assistance.

How to get help

Check out the latest article and video guide on how to access Grade 10 results online. the article will help you if you have difficulty with login.