A total of 131 students, who initially failed the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination, cleared the tests after their scripts were reevaluated by the Barishal and Cumilla education boards, reports UNB.
This year, results of 594 students improved after reexamination. Of them, 63 secured A+ from Cumilla board and 14 from Barishal board, according to results published Saturday.
Shahidul Islam, deputy-examination controller of Cumilla Education Board, said that 15, 278 students sought reevaluation this year. Of them, results of 464 students changed after re-examination.
Meanwhile, 8, 480 students challenged their results in Barishal board. After reevaluation, results of 130 students changed.