2024 matriculation exam application forms available from 1 September

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Students are seen sitting for the 2023 matriculation examination in a school.

Students planning to sit for the 2024 matriculation examination can buy the exam application forms from 1 September 2023 at the Department of Myanmar Examinations, according to the release by the department.
The department will sell an exam application form at the price of K200 per exam form along with a deposit stamp at a price of K700, totalling K900. The application forms and cards are divided into two colours — green and pink — depending on the relevant subjects the students have taken to sit for the exam.
Students who passed Grade 10 in old format or curriculums and failed to sit for the exam for their own reasons and those who failed Grade 11 under old curriculums are also allowed to sit for the exam as external candidates, the release said.
The external students are required to purchase a deposit stamp worth K700 at the relevant township education offices stick it on the upper left corner of the exam forms and submit them between 1 and 29 September 2023 at the respective township education offices.
The headmasters of basic high schools, BEHS branch, affiliated BEHS and private schools are required to buy the K700 stamps and stick the stamps on the application forms for the students before submitting them to the Department of Myanmar Examinations between 1 and 29 September 2023.
The applicants are expected to submit the applications within the deadline and those who fail to do so will lose their opportunity to sit for the exam.
The release of the department also encourages students to check their combination of subjects as they are not allowed to take the exam for different subjects except for the subjects mentioned in the cards.
The application forms and stamps are available at the Department of Myanmar Examinations (head office), Nay Pyi Taw and the Myanmar Examinations Department (Yangon branch office), Yangon. — TWA/TH

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