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The Leaving Cert appeal results are out this morning

Honours English and Biology were easily the most appealed subjects in 2016.

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THE STATE EXAMINATIONS Commission will this morning release details of the results of all appeals made regarding this year’s Leaving Cert.

Some 390,000 grades were issued for 58,466 students in August.

All students were given the opportunity to review their exam scripts and, if they wished, to appeal the result.

A total of 5,465 candidates made applications for upgrades against 9,500 grades leading to 1,698 upgrades, which represents 0.43% of all grades awarded.

By far the greatest number of appeals were seen in higher level English and Biology with 1,511 appeals and Biology with 1,079.

Honours Irish had 730 appeals, honours Maths 750, and honours Geography and honours Business were next ranked with 574 and 560 appeals each.

exam results This year's Leaving Cert appeals Source: SEC

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94 candidates who did not appeal their results have nevertheless received an upgrade as part of the SEC’s “rigorous quality assurance” of the examination process.

Students who are unhappy with their re-marked scripts can appeal once more by filling out an application form that should be present with their revised result.

Any such application needs to be returned to the SEC by 5pm on Tuesday 18 October.

Re-viewing of the re-marked script is also possible – any such viewings will happen on Saturday 22 October in SEC headquarters in Athlone, Co Westmeath.

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