Matriculation Examinations - Advanced and Intermediate
Matriculation Examinations - Advanced (AM) and Intermediate (IM)
latest update: 22.04.2020
No, the First Session has been postponed to September 2020.
No. Registrations for the May 2020 First Session of examinations will be automatically transferred to the September session. A new timetable will be sent to all candidates.
Yes. Students may register for examinations during the registration period which will open in May 2020. No late registrations will be accepted.
Only candidates that had applied for the May 2020 session (First Session 2020) may apply for the December resit session. Candidates who had not registered for the May 2020 session will not be eligible to sit for the December resit session. The MATSEC Board plans to publish resit results around mid-January 2021.
It will be 6 weeks long as opposed to the usual 12 weeks. The examinations are planned to start on 31 August 2020 and end on 10 October 2020.
No, these will not be held so as to ensure that all written examinations of all subjects can be offered and for results to be published by not later than 6 November 2020. However, the MATSEC Board will ensure that there will be no adverse effect on grades students are awarded.
No, it will be a ‘resit’ session and not a Second Session. Timeliness is of utmost importance and only candidates who were originally registered for the First Session 2020 can apply for the December resit session.
No. You may only sit for subjects that you applied for in the First Session. You will be able to sit for up to six subjects: one of which can be AM, a maximum of four IM [one from each group] and Systems of Knowledge.
No, the same examination conditions as those for the postponed session in September will apply.