Government Announces New Exam Fees, Here Is What Candidates Will Pay To Sit For Their Exams

The Government of Zimbabwe has announced new exams fees and the payment deadline barely weeks after reverting to 2015 fees, The Chronicle reports.

According to the publication, grade 7, O level and A-Level students at Public and private schools will pay the following fees to sit for their exams:

This means that Grade Seven candidates registered at private institutions will pay a total of $264 for all their five subjects while those at public institutions will pay $125 for all subjects.

At Ordinary Level candidates will pay $190 per subject at private institutions and $90 at public institutions.

Advanced Level candidates will pay $351 and $165 per subject at private and public institutions respectively. Those re-sitting for public examinations will also pay full examination fees.

The government has released $150 million to ZIMSEC to cushion parents who might be burdened with the exam fees hike, leaving parents to pay the remaining 53% of the fees.

More: The Chronicle

 

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One Comment on “Government Announces New Exam Fees, Here Is What Candidates Will Pay To Sit For Their Exams

  1. the deadline of payment is too close as most parents employed and unemployed average less than rtgs$1150 per month that is to cater for all their monthly needs,mostly the rtgs$1150 is in mobile or banking system of which using mobile transaction is costly.so many students will be denied of chance to seat for examinations

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