The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) has announced June exams registration fees for both public and private schools.
Examination fees gazetted last year will apply this year.
For public schools, O-Level and A-Level registration fees have been pegged at US$11 and US$22 per subject respectively.
For example, an O-Level candidate writing a minimum of five subjects will pay US$55, while three A-Level subjects will cost US$66.
While private schools and colleges, including private candidates in public schools, will pay US$24 for O-Level and US$48 for A-Level.
“Payment of June registration fees in local currency will be done between the 8th and the 15th of March 2023 at the interbank rate prevailing as of March 8,” said ZIMSEC in a statement.
The exam body said it will announce the prevailing rate on March 8.
It also urged candidates to ensure they communicate with their examination centres.
“Candidates, please ensure you communicate with your centre for the closing dates. Dates on the ZIMSEC finance circular apply to schools,” said ZIMSEC.
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