Showing posts with label grade 10 exam results. Show all posts
Showing posts with label grade 10 exam results. Show all posts

Top Performing Schools in PNG 2022, 2021, 2020 and 2019

Since 2016, the National Department of Education takes pride in announcing the ranks of the Top Performing Schools in PNG. Each school in the country ranks according to its performance in the national examination. 

top performing secondary schools and national high schools in PNG


Ranking the Top Performing Schools in PNG

The education department ranks the schools as the top 10 performing schools based on how well the students perform in the exams. Also, the department recognises schools that have signs of improvement over the years. 

A school can rank among the top-performing schools or as the most improved school. 

 Mean Rating Index, MRI,

The department uses what is called the Mean Rating Index, MRI, to convert students' Grades to percentages  (out of 100%) or decimals (out of 1.0). 

In simple terms, the more As (in Grade 12) or Distinctions (in Grade 10) the higher the MRI a school gets. 

The schools are then sorted in order to pick out the top-performing schools in the country.

Most improved schools 

The most improved schools are those that show signs of improvement as compared to their past performances. 

It is a good indicator of improved teaching and learning introduced recently. It is done to acknowledge and recognise a school's achievements.


Top 10 Secondary Schools and National High Schools in PNG in 2022

Here is the latest update on the top-performing Secondary Schools in PNG in 2022. 

Top Performing Secondary and National High Schools (Grade 12)


PNG Insight created a summary table of the Top 10 Schools in PNG on our main website - check it out

Top Performing High and Secondary Schools (Grade 10)

You can also find the summary table of the schools that produce the top Grade 10 students in the country on our main website. 

Follow this link for the latest updates


2022 Exam Results 

The Grade 10 and Grade 12 exam results are out, released on the 9th of December 2022. Students can now check their results online.

Visit My PNG Exam Results portal. 

Grade 11 Selections 2023

The Grade 11 selections will take place as soon as the selection committee from the provinces get the exam results. Reassuringly, the results are out! That means that the selection should be starting now. 

It may take up to 2 weeks to complete the Grade 11 selection. Check this article for more info.

DHERST National Online Selection 2023

DHERST announced the dates for selections and release of acceptance lists on its website. Here is a brief of the dates:

  • NOAS Grace Period : Mon, 12th December – Thur, 15th  December 2022
  • Launching of 2022 selection for 2023 academic year: Wed, 21st December 2022
Check this article for more info on DHERST National Online Selection 2023

My PNG Exam Results 2022 - Grade 10 and Grade 12 Login

The PNG Department of Education and Measurement Services Division (MSD) initiated My PNG Exam Results website. This is the website Grade 10 and 12 students in the country use for checking the 2022 results. It is wholly paid for by the NDoE/MSD and run by a group called Pure Maths.

This article will help you understand the exam, marking and exam data as you anticipate the  My PNG Exam Results 2022 and what to do if you have problems logging in.

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Login and check Grade 10 and Grade 12 Exam Results 2022

Read the latest on Exams, Exam results and Grade 11 Selections on PNG Insight, follow the links.

PNG Insight has covered this topic extensively in the past four years. It has been a source of information for the Grades 10 and 12 students in the country.

You can watch the video on the PNG Insight YouTube channel or the embedded video below. It shows Grade 10 and Grade 12 students how to login to the PNG Exam Results website and what to do with their results.

What does My PNG Exam results website do?

The PNG Exam Results website is an online platform for checking the Grade 10 and Grade 12 provisional exam marks. It also has the capability for MDS data officers and provincial exam coordinators can input data into the system - but these functions have not been fully utilised at present.

The online results website started in 2018. This year will be the 5th year running. 

In brief, exam data sheets enter the MSD office after marking Grade 10 and Grade 12 exams and also from the schools in the country. The Students' Data from the internal school-based assessments and external examinations are manually entered, checked, re-checked and finalised for the final Grade 10 and Grade 12 results.

It is intensive work that the MSD officers and schools do to ensure all the marks, grades and certificates are ready.

My PNG Exam Result Website (www.mypngexamresults.com)

An external developer controls the backhand of the Exam Results website. They upload the Grade 10 and Grade 12 students' examination data files to the website. This happens after MSD's checks and balances. It is the final step before the students can check their results online.

MSD does most of the work as it is its responsibility.

Notably, the website's URL does not have .gov.pg like the NDoE website (www.education.gov.pg) and other government departments do. 

As mentioned, the platform belongs to the NDoE and houses the Grade 12 and Grade 10 examination data. But, hosted on a different WEB-HOST and URL.

It is a matter for the education department to localise the HOST and URL. Hence, localising the students' data.

When is PNG Grade 10 and Grade 12 results coming out?

The PNG Grade 10 and Grade 12 results will come out early in December 2022. Reported by the national newspaper and quoted by PNG Insight in this article

From past experience, the Grade 10 and Grade 12 results usually come out at the same time.

MSD gives the results to the Grade 11 selection committee and DHERST. They will use the results for 2023 Grade 11 selection and Grade 12 selections.

The students can access their PNG Exam Results 2022 when the Grade 11 and Grade 12 selections are happening.

As for the Grade 12 student, this is the right time to log in to NAOS and make changes to your choices - this article will help you with that!

MUST do - Grade 10 and Grade 12 students

Here are three things you must do upon login to the MY PNG EXAM RESULTS website (www.mypngexamresults.com)

  • 1) You must change your password to a more secure one
  • 2) Download a PDF version of your exam results 2022
  • 3) Grade 12 students, you must log in to NOAS and make changes to your choices where necessary.

Comment and questions

If you have a question, write it in the 'comment' section. Or, follow the links to PNG Insight's videos. Get more info on Grade 10 and Grade 12 exam results and Grade 11 and Grade 12 (DHERST) selections 2022.

2022 Grade 12 and 10 Exam Result and Selection Dates

As the 2022 Grade 12, 10 and 8 exams are in the marking phases, you may wonder what will happen next. Here are PNG Insight's latest updates relating to the Grade 12 and 10 exam results 2022 and Grade 11 and DHERST selections 2023.

Note the important dates between now and December 2022, especially the results and selection dates.

Find out about Tertiary Entrance Rank, here.

TOP PERFORMING SCHOOLS IN PNG SINCE 2019

The Grade 11 selection lists 2023 are NOW OUT.

Grade 10 exam results and selections

The education secretary in a newspaper report said that the Grade 10 exam results for 2022 should be ready by Sunday the 4th of December 2022. 

Update: The date for the release of 2022 Grade 10 and Grade 12 exam results is now pegged to the 9th of December 2022 at 11AM.

Understanably, the 2023 Grade 11 selection follows closely after the release of the results. 

The selections for Grade 11 will take place after the release of the Grade 10 exam results.

Here is further information on How to Check the Grade 10 Exam Results and How the Grade 11 Selection Takes Place.


Grade 12 Exam Results (mypngexamresults.com)

The Grade 12 exam results for 2022 will be released by the Measurement Services Division of the Education Department to the Department of Higher Education Research Science and Technology (DHERST) by Friday the 9th of December 2022.

If you are a grade 12 student, it is important to check your results as soon as the results are available online so that you can make changes to your online School Leavers' choices. 

Usually, DHERST gives five days Grace Period for students to make adjustment/s before the National Online Selection kicks in.

Grade 10 and Grade 10 Exam results 2022 and Grade 11 Selections 2023

Grade 12 DHERST selections 2023

PNG Insight has been following the Grade 12 DHERST National Online Selection System (NOSS) since it started in 2017/2018 and knows that online selection is the best thing spearheaded by the former higher education secretary.
 
In the last two years (2020 & 2021), there were administrative errors that caused a lot of inconvenience. Some of you will remember that the selection lists were recalled, updated and republished - this should be avoided. 
 
NOSS is fast. It takes just hours for the selection to be done automatically online. The results can be available the next day.
 
As mentioned earlier, the Education Department will release the Grade 12 results to DHERST on the 11th of December 2022. The higher education department will then verify the data from the education department before uploading it onto NOSS for the selection to take place.

Find out how to login to My PNG Exam Results website and check the Grade 10 and Grade 12 results 2022
 

Grace Period - NOAS apply.dherst.gov.pg

For Grade 12 students, you will have five days to check your marks and make adjustments to your initial choices (and preferences) for the higher institution in the country. 
 
You will be using two (different) systems - one from the education department (NDoE) and the other from the higher education department (DHERST).
  • To check your 2022 exam results, use the MyPNGExamResults website run by MSD. (MyPNGExamResults website - mypngexamresults.com)
  • And to adjust your results, use the DHERST NOAS, National Online Application System. (DHERST NOSS platform - apply.dherst.gov.pg)
Also, Grade 12 and Grade 10 students can check their exam results using the MyPNGExamResults mobile app which could be downloaded via Google Play Store.


What DHERST say about the Grace Period 2022


This is the statement from the DHERST NOSS platform - apply.dherst.gov.pg

''Students are strongly reminded to access their NOAS accounts during the grace period which will eventuate on the 12th – 15th of December 2022. This is a crucial period where you will start making your choices based on your final grade 12 results hence make sure to access your account during the mentioned dates.''
Here is what to do 
''If you see red highlight indicated in any of your five choices under “My Choices”, this means that your final result has not met the minimum programme requirement set by the institution. Therefore, you must change the red highlighted choice to a different programme that is available in your programme list.''

Important dates for Grade 12 students

Do take note of the important remaining dates:

Activity

Day

Students apply for tertiary programmes

Mon, 5th September 2022 – Fri, 9th of December 2022

Grade 12 national examinations

Mon, 17th October – Fri, 21st October, 2022

NOAS Grace Period

Mon, 12th December – Thur, 15th  December 2022

Launching of 2022 selection for 2023 academic year

Wed, 21st December 2022


VIDEO: This video summarises the information provided in this article. 

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Conclusion

In closing, PNG Insight would like to wish all the Grade 10 and Grade 12 students the best in the coming months and next year.

If you have any questions, follow the links or leave a question in the comment section.

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Is removing Grades 8 and 10 exams a mistake?

The PNG Education Ministry and Education Department are embarking on a 10-year plan to address the growing number of students at schools and reduce the cost of educating them. 

First, let's be reminded of the past lessons:

Remember the curricular and education structural changes - SBC to OBE to SBC, and the 6-4-2 to 2-6-4 to 1-6-6?
These changes were unnecessary and a waste of time and money; and have long-term dominoe effects.

PNG Grade 8 and 10 exam results
Read my post-graduate work on Education and Development in PNG.

What is changing?

The education department has already planned to phase out - remove - the Grade 10 and 8 exams and introduce what is called National Education Quality Assessment Testing

The details of this test are not clear. In fact, no one knows how to carry out this kind of large-scale assessment. It has never been done successfully at Grade 8 and 10 levels, how the Education Ministry and Education Department are going about it is sketchy. 

It is exactly the repeat of past years - the blind (Edu Ministry) leading the dumb (Edu Dept). Sorry to say this, but not sorry it's true.

Again, the PNG politicians, education ministers and senior education officials just need to look back and see the mistakes in the last 20 years (yes, in their lifetime) so that they do not repeat the same mistakes.

In this important change, the students will continue to Grade 12 without taking the normal/external exams in Grades 8 and 10. There'll be only 1 exam in Grade 12.

Changes are good but why change an assessment that works fine? 

  • Just imagine if the SBC was not changed in 1992/1993. The PNG education curriculum would have been far better than it is today.
  • What would the education structure be like if the 6-4-2 was not changed to 2-6-4?
Obviously, no one would be talking about changing them back if these changes have not taken place 25 years ago.

The two points are wishful thinking. The damage has been done. But we know there were people (Papua New Guineans in Politics and Education circles) who did not have the brain to say:

 'NO LET'S NOT CHANGE WHAT IS WORKING. LET'S IMPROVE IT'.

Is removing exams a mistake?

Removing examinations at Grade 8 and 10 is going to shake the foundation of the Education System in PNG, no doubt. 

The PNG govt and the education advisors have got it wrong in the past. The 6-4-2 to 2-6-4 to the proposed 1-6-6 structural re-adjustment is one example of an unnecessary change. Another example of an unnecessary change in the curriculum change we saw lately, SBE to OBE to SBE.

There are many other changes that should not have happened in the FIRST PLACE. Removing a perfectly working examination at Grade 8 and 10 is a case of destroying what works well. 

As a country, we do not want to continue with it for some years and regret it.

Why remove exams at Grade 8 and 10?

The main reason is that the PNG govt cannot effectively conduct exams - it just costs too much. Furthermore, there are too many students in schools dropping out at Grade 8 and Grade 10 - the govt wants them to have a Grade 12 education. 

However, these are not good reasons to remove examinations (external assessments) and instead opt for classroom-based assessments. 

THIS CAN BE THE WORST MISTAKE!

You see, this kind of assessment will save the govt money, but it is not as effective as it is intended to be. At present, the education department cannot rely on the internal assessment marks schools sent to Waigani.

They need the external assessment which is the Grade 8 and 10 exams.

Exams and Assessments

The parents and stakeholders need to know that the education department does *not* have to remove the exam and replace it with another assessment called National Education Quality Assessment Testing

Both can work side by side. 

There are already these kinds of literacy and numeracy (L&N)  assessments at Grades 3, 5 and 7: in the Pacific this assessment is called PILNA; in PNG there is an assessment called CSMT; and in Australia, they have what is called NAPLAN. 

These are broad-based  (literacy and numeracy competency) assessments that run alongside the main examinations.

Though these external L&N assessments are different in design and purpose, they are fundamental pillars of measuring learning. 

Therefore, removing one and replacing it with another IS NOT the right thing to do!


What you can do?

This change will affect you and your children in 20 - 50 years time. You have a responsibility to share this message and make sure everyone knows what is happening.

Talk about it now.

We cannot wait 20 years to realise it's too obvious and change things back.

Classroom assessments are NOT Exams


PNG Education Ministry and Education Department are terrible at making changes. This change - removing Grades 8 and 10 exams - should be considered carefully.

All in all, the reasons for removing the exams do not justify the need to continue with the exams at Grades 8 and 10.

Exams are pillars of a 'sustainable' education system.
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Comment and share your thoughts about the planned removal of Grade 8 and 10 exams.

Grade 10 and Grade 12 Exam Results PDF 2022 [Login VIDEO Guide]

Find out how to use your Grade 10 and Grade 12 school leavers numbers to log in to MyPNGExamResults website. The video explains how you can assess your results and download PNG Grade 10 and Grade 12 exam results 2022 pdf.

2022 Grade 10 exam results

If you are a Grade 10 student checking on your 2022  exam results, follow these steps to access your results:

  • Visit the MyPNGExamResults website
  • Click on the green button to go to my exam result interface 
  • Take note of the login format (four digits of the year, provincial code two digits, school code three digits and candidate number four digits)
  • Enter your surname, given name and the 13 characters password
  • Click 'Get My Result'.
You will have 13 characters altogether you're a grade 10 student you should have 13 characters for your password with NO space.

By clicking on Click 'Get My Result' with the right password will give you access to the website where you can view your 2022 Grade 10 exam results

Meanwhile, the exam results are not yet released by the NDoE/MSD. Here are the tentative dates for results & selections.

2022 Grade 12 exam results

If you are a Grade 12 student, you will have 12 characters for your password - four digits of the year, two digits of the province, three digits of the school, and your candidate number will be three digits.

You must get the password to access your 2022 Grade 12 Exam Results

What to do with the Grade 10 exam results 2022 pdf?

There are two important things you should do when you ever access your results. 

The first thing is to download the PNG grade 10 exam results 2022 pdf of your Grade 10 or Grade 12 exam results. 

You must have a copy of your exam results on your phone or on your computer all the time. 

Avoid taking screenshots because it will do you no good. Show the PDF to your parents, teachers and principal. Even, go ahead and get the principal to sign and stamp the results. 

This is the result that the Grade 11 selections and tertiary schools selections are based on - if you do that, you have grounds to stand on when things go wrong. 

The second thing is to ensure that you change your password. Change it to a more secure password that only you can remember. Do not share your password details or even your marks with your friends

What to do if you STILL cannot access MyPNGExamResults.com website?

In a case where you cannot log in, try to interchange your surname and given name, and check your SLF number. If you have three names and have problems, try several combinations before seeking help. 

If you are really stuck, one way is to go back to your school and confirm your password by checking your SLF number with your teachers or the deputy principal and the principal of your school.

Ask them to try the combination of your password and your username. After all the attempts, if you still cannot access your results, the teachers at your school, the deputy principal or the principal will have to call MSD (Measurement Services Division) and fix your problem.

We also compiled some information about Grade 10 and 12 selection that you will find useful, check it out.

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