Outstation students carry away top honours at A/L Results of 205 candidates suspended
SLMC insists – A/L Bio 2C,1S a must
The minimum qualification for student admission to a Government or Private medical college should be at least two credit passes and an Ordinary pass ( C 2, S 1) in the biology stream at the GCE (A/L), according to the minimum standards prepared by the Sri Lanka Medical Council stated.
A spokesman of the SLMC said the above minimum qualifications had been prescribed by the council in 2011 and that no change had been made in those qualifications.In the meantime, these standards would be sent to the medical faculties of the eight universities today (11), he said.
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GCE A/Level 2017 - List of best performers
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Examinations Dept announces details of GCE A/L 2017 exams
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What are the A-level grade boundaries for 2017?
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