How to Login to MyPNGExamResults Website - Grade 10 and 12 Exam Results 2022

My PNG Exam Results 2022: The exam results for Grade 10 and Grade 12 are normally released early in December every year. If you are a 2022 Grade 10 or Grade 12 student, here is how you can check your results - but when will the results come out?


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MYPNGExamResults 2022


Read on to find out what happened last year, and how to log in to the website. If you want some more information, check the video or subscribe to the PNG Insight YouTube channel and check out this playlist.

How to access Exam Results online?

The Grade 10 and Grade 12 Students in the country can now access their results online, anywhere in PNG where there are internet and mobile phone network. Here is how to check the results online.

The Students will use their 'default password' to log in and access the 2022 Grade 10 Exam Result. The default password format is yyyyprschcand
  • yyyy is year E.g. 2022
  • pr is province code E.g. 36
  • sch is school code E.g. 123
  • cand is candidate number E.g. 1001 

What to do to access your PNG Exam results

For example, the Grade 10 student Kila KOBLE password will be 2020361231001. So, the
  • Surname is Koble
  • Given name is Kila
  • Password is 2022361231001
This video briefly explains the format of the default password and how to enter the characters correctly.

My PNG Exam Results 2022 Website

Grade 10 and Grade 12 students will need a smartphone or computer. And mobile data to connect to the internet to view the exam results online. 

The website is called MyPNGExamResults. You can access it via the URL https://www.mypngexamresults.com 2022.

Default password does not work. Help!

Your default password will work if you follow the instruction thoroughly. In a case where your password does not work there are 5 things you must do in order:
  • Check with your school that the default password (yyyyprschcand) is correct, especially the candidate number.
  • 'Clear input data' and try again.
  • Clear the Cache on your mobile phone or computer and try again
  • Ask your school to assist you by checking the log in detail, again.
  • Only seek assistance from MSD as the last resort, and must be done through your school or Exam Coordinators (also called PES) in the provinces.
Important: If you changed your password, it is your responsibility to set it so that ONLY you can remember it. Do not give an excuse that you 'forget' the password. It is all up to you to ensure that you recall the password every time you need it! 

Access My PNG Exam Results 2022 for Grade 10 and Grade 12

The video and this article should help you to see your online result without any problem. But if you still have other difficulties, you may find help here. 

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You may also find our article on Grade 10 Online results here helpful. 

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2020 & 2021 Exam Results Dates

The results for 2022 comes out the same time as the results for the past year unless something is seriously wrong. Here is what we learnt from the past two years.

The 2020 and 2021 Grade 10 and Grade 12 Online exam results were released a week after the announcement was made by the Department of Education. 

The MyPNGExamresults website mentioned the 3rd of December 2020 was the release date. However, our update indicated that the actual results were released on the 10th of December 2020 and 2021. There was a delay of 1 week but it all went well in the end. 

Check out the dates for this year, here.

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