Zimsec responds to reports that O Level Maths 2017 exam paper has leaked

6 years agoMon, 02 Oct 2017 23:35:39 GMT
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Zimsec responds to reports that O Level Maths 2017 exam paper has leaked

The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) said that pupils who brought an exam paper believed to be a copy of the Ordinary Level November 2017 Mathematics examination paper brought a fake paper. 

Speaking to The Chronicle, Zimsec public relations officer Ms Nicky Dlamini dismissed the rumours that the original examination paper had leaked. Said Dlamini:

It serves them right. It is these fools who think they are smart and want to cheat the system. The bogus business-people are targeting those people that want the shorter route to success. We actually have a copy of this so called leaked Mathematics paper. It is a fake. It is unfortunate that this raises fear and alarm among diligent and honest candidates, however, they should not worry because the original Zimsec papers are all safe and secure. We just started rolling out Grade Seven examination papers, we haven’t yet started on O’ Level. People must not be fooled. People should just work hard and take pride in earned success. A certificate that has been bought doesn’t help in any way because one would not even have the skills that a fake certificate confers on them.

The paper is said to be going for $200 and $300.

More: Herald

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