Download PDF: All Cameroon GCE results 2021

Download PDF: All Cameroon GCE results 2021

Download PDF: All Cameroon GCE results 2021
Download PDF: All Cameroon GCE results 2021

The Cameroon board in charge for setting, marking and publishing the Cameroon GCE results 2021 (CGCEB) have finally released the O/L Ordinary Levels GCE results 2021 today, the 21st of August, 2021.

All results are now available for students and the general public  to download PDF and check your names or names of friends, loved ones and family members



Important Note for students and parents: Before checking your Cameroon GCE results 2021ordinary and Advance level, I Strongly recommend you to read this article on "how to overcome examination panic and temper before, during and after exams" first.

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Download PDF: All Cameroon GCE results 2021.


What you will get in this article include:

  • Exams organised by the Cameroon GCE Board.

  • Cameroon GCE O-level ordinary level 2021 Results(PDF) Download.

  • Cameroon GCE Advanced level 2021 Results(PDF) Download.

  • Technical and Vocational Education Advanced Level results 2021(PDF) Download.

  • Technical and Vocational Education Intermediate Level 2021(PDF) Download.

  • General Overview of Cameroon GCE Board, Examinations and Results.

  • How and where to check GCE results 2021.

  • How to overcome examination panic.

  • Cameroon GCE Board Latest News

  • GCE results 2021 General Statistics

  • Brief History of the Cameroon GCE Board



All the GCE results 2021 were supposed to be released between August or September 2021 but due to the Coronavirus pandemic (for more information about Coronavirus, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC)  and some delays, the specific date is not known till  officially announced by the GCE Board officials.


GCE 2021 Release date. You will be able to check your results here once the official GCE 2021 results are out.



The 2021 GCE results are expected by the 15th of August 2021 but could arrive even sooner or later. We will keep updating this article so that you will be able to easily Check/Download the Released Cameroon GCE 2021 Results PDF O/A Level, General.



Exams organised by the Cameroon GCE Board 


According to Wikipedia

The following examinations shall be organized by the GCE Board as of 4 March 2019


The General Certificate of Education Examination Ordinary Level.


The General Certificate of Education Examination Advanced Level.


The Technical and Vocational Education Examination Intermediate Level.


The Technical and Vocational Education Examination Advanced, and the Professional Certificate Examination.



General Overview of Cameroon GCE Board, Examinations and Results


The Cameroon General Certificate of Education Board, known as Cameroon GCE Board, is the public examination board responsible for setting examinations, marking them, and distributing results for Anglo-Saxon Cameroonian secondary school students at two stages:


Level one: The GCE Ordinary Level (“O Level”), a subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, for students having completed a 5-year secondary education program, with students qualifying to sit the GCE O’ Level examinations.


Level two: The GCE Advanced Level (“A Level”), another subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, as well as a school leaving qualification offered by the educational bodies and authorities to students completing secondary or pre-university education, for students having completed a 2-year High School education program, and who have previously sat and been successful in at least 4 GCE O’ Level subjects. GCE A’ Level examinations are written by upper sixth students.

Read:

How to pass all subjects at the Cameroon GCE examation



Cameroon GCE Board Latest News


It's important to stay updated with what is happening at the GCE Board.


The Writing & Marking Session 2021

The written examination session of the GCE examination for GCE Ordinary and Advanced Level, TVE (Intermediate and Advanced Level) took place in July, as opposed to the usual June to August scenario.


The marking session of the GCE 2021 started on the Tuesday, July 27, 2021, which was to run for two or more weeks across 15 marking centers in the South West Region.

Are the results really out?

For the time being, the results are still to be published. So, who do not yet know the exact GCE 2021 Release date.


The previous results have always been released by mid-August. But owing to the Covid-19 it might be released later than usual.


We will keep you updated as soon as possible.


For you to know that the GCE results are officially out, you will get these signs and all will be able to get a pdf copy for free without hindrances.


All national radio and TV stations will announce the result

MTN and Orange Cameroon will text you the shortcodes to use

The GCE Board will make an official announcement.


Some possible Challenges surrounding the GCE 2021 Release Date


With the coming of the global pandemic (Coronavirus COVID19), the academic year was partially disrupted due to the late release of the GCE 2020 results that affected the entire academic calendar and normal class schedules.




As a result of the disruption that paved way for utmost confusion in the academic milieu. The academic year had to be readjusted, causing the GCE General Certificate Examination exam to begin on June 29th, 2021, and ended on July 12th, 2021 as opposed to the Official 2021 Calendar and Modalities for Registration Examinations.



GCE results 2021 General Statistics


The performance summary for the last GCE session was as follows:



The Ordinary levels results have witnessed an improvement from 62.15 in 2019 to 64.04% this year 2020.

The advance level result however dropped from 74.24 % in 2019 to 64. 4% in 2020.

Information from MINESEC

“We want the results early enough because we are going to begin the next academic year without delay in September…”


That is what is reflected in the GCE Board’s motto: Measuring learning with honesty,” the Minister told hundreds of GCE examiners.

This means that other administrative work that involves the compilation of the results and the grading is on and results expected surely before school resumption and that will eventually come to pass in early September 2021”.



Download PDF All Cameroon GCE results 2021



As soon as the results are made public soon, you will be able to check them from the links below


Cameroon GCE O/l level ordinary level 2021 Results PDF Download


Cameroon GCE Advanced level 2021 Results PDF Download


Technical and Vocational Education Advanced Level PDF Download



Technical and Vocational Education Intermediate Level.


How and where to check GCE results 2021.

In those days, Results were only read on State Radio stations and some private media  houses. Nowadays, there are many ways to check your results as fast as possible.


These includes:


  1. PDF download of GCE 2021 results.

  2. On a website.(www.cameroonhowto.com

  3. News papers

  4. Telecom companies

  5. Radio and TV stations

Explanations of the points above and more here 




How to overcome examination panic.


How to overcome anxiety before examination


Days to examination



  1. Make sure you make exams revision planning before time:  About two months  is usually enough, but leave yourself more time if you feel like you might need it. It’s better to be safe than fail and be sorry!

  2. Make sure you’re revising effectively and efficiently. Focus on essential materials and be active rather than sitting and reading for hours at a time. Read only the most important things. Read what you know well and master it well before reading what you don't know. Many students make mistakes reading what they don't know the eve of exams. This is wrong because you will get yourself more confused.

  3. Ask your tutor or lecturer for help if you get stuck during your revision.

  4. Try not to focus your whole life on revision.

  5. Make sure to take regular breaks, have days off and get enough sleep.

  6. Eat well. Your brain needs energy and fuel to make the most of your revision time.

  7. Talk to your friends and family about your worries rather than bottling things up!



How to overcome anxiety D- Day - One night



  1. Learn a relaxation technique in advance so that you can utilise it if you need to.

  2. Try to avoid working too close to the exam. Don't stay up late the night before or get up early on the morning of exams. A good night’s sleep is more valuable than an extra few hours of revision.

  3. Watch a funny movie or read a funny book. humour is a great way to take your mind off of your worries. Don't over do this.

  4. Make sure you’re thoroughly prepared for the exam to minimise your worries. Check that you’ve got the right time and location, pack your pencil case with everything you might need and lay out your clothes for the next day.


How to overcome examination panic and anxiety after Exams.


  1. Know the date of publication of results.Make sure you know when results day is. In those days, usually, you collect your exam results at your college or school but some universities provide an online service for checking results. Nowadays most results are gotten online but it's usually after the state television or radio station has broadcast the publication. So, avoid panicking if this channel has not yet done so.

  2. You are the boss of your Exams before, during and after. Remember that you can’t control the outcomes of your actions. All you can do is to control your actions. You’ve done that by working hard and taking your exams. The rest isn’t up to you. Letting go of your need to control outcomes.

More on how to overcome exams panic here



Brief history of the Cameroon GCE Board



Brief history of the Cameroon GCE Board

Brief history of the Cameroon GCE Board


The Cameroon GCE board was officially created in 1993, according to a book titled "The Cameroon GCE Crisis: A Test of Anglophone Solidarity." The book says the creation of the board was spearheaded by Anglophone community groups, such as the Teachers' Association of Cameroon (TAC), lead by Mr. Peter Chateh; churches; Confederation of Anglophone Parents’ Teachers’ Association of Cameroon (CAPTAC), with other trade union groups also playing a pivot role in the creation of the board.



It took 10 years, from 1983 to October 1993 for a consensus to be reached by the aforementioned groups and the Government of Cameroon to create an examination board to award certificates to Anglophone Cameroonian students…



Conclusion

Congratulations on your 2021 GCE examination, for those who didn't make it, you have to know that that failing an exam doesn't mean you don't know, some one said "examation is not true test of knowledge", so you have to stand strong and try it again in 2022.


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