1. Following last year’s theft of 238 scripts of the 2017 GCE A-Level H2 Chemistry Paper 3 in the United Kingdom, affected candidates were offered the option of a re-examination of Paper 3 in either April or November 2018.
2. 57 candidates registered for the April 2018 re-examination. Of these, 36 candidates sat for the re-examination and were issued their results today. The remaining 21 did not show up for the re-examination.
3. Three of the 36 candidates obtained an improved grade, and each will receive an updated results slip and certificate. The majority of the other candidates maintained their grades at the re-examination. As candidates will be awarded the better of their two grades from the examinations, the remaining 33 candidates will retain their previously awarded GCE A-Level H2 Chemistry grade.
4. 18 candidates registered for the November 2018 re-examination of the GCE A-Level H2 Chemistry Paper 3. These results will be released by February 2019. The 18 candidates will be sitting for the same paper as all other candidates taking the 2018 H2 Chemistry Paper 3.