Normally entries are received at the MES during the months of March/April in the year in which the examinations are held.
If you are a School Candidate you should contact your School to make entries. If you are a private candidate, a press communique will be issued in early March informing you of the exact dates, fees and other details regarding your entries.
Entries are received at the MES during the months of November/December of the year preceeding the examinations.
A press communique will be issued in early November informing you of the exact dates, fees and other details regarding your entries.
Access arrangements are pre-exam arrangements made on behalf of a candidate with particular needs. For example, the use of a scribe, modified papers or extra time. There are three different groups of access arrangements, each with their own application form and set of deadlines.
If you plan to use access arrangements you should follow the instructions issued in our Circulars in the month of April.
Special consideration is a post-exam adjustment made to a candidate’s mark, by an awarding body, to make allowances for any adverse circumstances, for example illness, bereavement, temporary injury or disruption to an exam.
Candidates must apply for special consideration by stating the reasons for asking for special consideration. They should also submit full justification and supporting evidence.
An original Certificate cannot be replaced.
Instead a Statement of Results will be issued if you have lost your examination results certificate, or need another copy of your results.
A Statement of Results will be accepted by universities and other institutions as proof of your examination results.
Yes, the delegated person should submit the following documents :
(b) Your Birth Certificate
Yes, Please visit our page at http://mes.intnet.mu/English/service/Records%20Unit/Pages/default.aspx for information about fees payable for Statement of Results.
MES entertains requests from recognised institutions to provide detailed results of a candidate. Such requests for verification of results must be addressed to the Director and a prescribed fee will be charged.
Original certificates should be produced.
Applicants may avail of a certified true copy (photocopy) of the original certificate.
Candidates may avail themselves of Statements of Ranking against payment of a fee:
(i) Scholarship Rank Order
(ii) Mauritius Top 500 Scholarships (for year 2012 onwards)
Migration Certificates are issued for foreign candidates having taken their Cambridge School Examinations outside of India and require a Migration Certificate to continue their studies in India.
Yes Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) provides a Certifying Statement which is an official document showing the grades obtained by a candidate in a given examination session.
(ii) Despatch by Courrier -£34.15 and
(iii) Administrative Cost (MES) – Rs695 – to be paid at the Finance Counter in cash.
Applications for Migration Certificate should be made through the relevant school.
CAIE offers the service of issuing a replacement Certificate within 18 months of the date the original certificate is issued.
A fee is charged per certificate plus the cost to send the certificate by courier.
If you would like to receive a Certifying Statement, please complete the application form.
The form explains what you need to do before a Certifying statement is despatched either directly to you or to any public institution. The Certifying statement shows all grades,except “UNGRADED”,’NO RESULT”, “PENDING” or “TO BE ISSUED” results,obtained by the candidate at a single examination series.
Syllabuses, Past Papers, Marks Schemes and Reports can be downloaded on the MES Website at http://mes.intnet.mu/English/Examinations/Pages/default.aspx
SC/GCE ‘O’ Level results for the October/November examinations will be available online by the end of January. Schools and candidates will have access to their results by using their respective login details.
Login details for the Candidates Results website are issued by Cambridge to Schools. If you were not issued with login details or have lost them, please contact the Officer in Charge of your School. Private candidates must contact the IT Section of the MES.
For each qualification these indicate that a result cannot be issued because of absence for the whole or part of the examination in the syllabus or because of a decision not to issue a result for some other reason.
Soon after the release of results MES will issue Circulars concerning “Enquiries about Results”. These contain all details regarding the procedures for enquiries about results, the fees payable etc…
For the October/November Examinations, Certificates will be received at MES by the end of April in the following year and will be sent to Schools early in May. School candidates may contact their schools to receive their certificates. Private candidates will receive their certificates by registered post
Scholarship is a system where the best candidates are rewarded. The costs of further studies are undertaken fully or partly by the appropriate authorities.
To apply for scholarships you have to fill in the appropriate forms. These forms will be issued to your schools in March of every year. The application forms should be submitted to the Rector of your school not later than the fifteenth day of May.
Any Candidate who shall not have completed his twentieth year on the first day of July .
No. Competing Candidates are not allowed to enter for Carry Forward Option
A competing candidate can only enter for five subjects as follows: General Paper; three subjects at Principal Level and one subject at Subsidiary Level.
Someone who is willing to sit for the CPE need to satisfy the following criteria according to the Education Act 1957and the MES regulations
1) Has 6 years of schooling,
2) Is in standard VI
CPE past papers are available on the web.
Kindly consult MES website.on http://mes.intnet.mu
There is no restriction for someone who is 13 years old or above.
Private candidates need to call in person at the National Examinations Section (ex. CPE section) during working hours, along with the following documents:
1) Birth Certificate,
2) One photo or Bus Pass.
Candidates taking the examination must enter for the 5 compulsory subjects and may enter for not more than one optional subject.
It is not the policy of the MES to disclose marks. Grades are available ranging from A+ to E. For details, consult the Annual Programme (Regulations) available on the web.
For candidates having an impairment such as, eye problems, MES provide special consideration to these candidates. A medical certificate supporting the request is needed.
The timetable which includes detailed instructions are issued to candidates about 3 weeks before the examination.
Duplicate certificates are not available. However, a Statement of Results may be obtained at the Records Section, on application.