Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Junior Cert: 2400 Tipperary students anxiously await their results

Junior Cert: 2400 Tipperary students anxiously await their results

FOR 61,654 JUNIOR Certificate students the wait is over today.

1,086 students will receive their Junior Cert results across Offaly today. The old-style "A, B, C" etc grading system is being replaced by one which uses the grades "Distinction, Higher Merit, Merit, Achieved, Partially Achieved and Not Graded".

According to The Irish Times, the number of students achieving As fell across many individual subjects - including Irish, Geography, History, French and German.

"I would like to wish all students receiving their results this morning the very best of luck".

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"Alcohol should play no part in Junior Certificate celebrations, and parents can support young people to enjoy their success by organising a celebration at home or elsewhere, or to go to age-appropriate events where alcohol will not be an option".

Pupils who received their results are being encouraged to stay safe when celebrating tonight. "If you are celebrating with your friends make sure your parents are involved in your plans".

"The Junior Cert is an important milestone in a child's journey through education".

The figure is a small increase (of three students) on the numbers who sat the exam past year, with a new junior cycle programme now in place.

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