Girls continue outperforms boys in PSLE

Pupils in school assembly. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Pupils in school assembly. PIC MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Primary School Leaving Examinations (PSLE) results from Botswana Examinations council (BEC) yesterday show that girls continue to outperform their male counterparts. “The female candidates outperformed their male counterparts in all subjects,” reads a press release from BEC

The results come after BEC announced that it will release the results towards the end of the fourth week of December 2022.

According to the media statement, this years’ PSLE examinations saw 25, 084 girls sitting for final examinations, and 24 249 boys, bringing the total number to 49 333, and this marked an increase of 5% in the candidature as communicated by BEC.

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