The 2021(2022) GCE Advanced Level (A/L) examination will be held tomorrow at 8.30 a.m at 2,438 examination centres around the country, Examinations Commissioner General L.M.D Dharmasena said.
He said a total of 345242 candidates, including 279141 school candidates and 66101 private candidates, will sit for the examination tomorrow.
Meanwhile, 29 examination centres closer to the district hospitals have been established for candidates who have contracted the coronavirus and for those who are under quarantine.
The Commissioner-General requested all candidates to arrive at the examination centres at least half an hour before the start of the exam to identify their seats according to their examination numbers.
Mr Dharmasena said that the candidates should bring their National Identity Card (NIC) and examination admission card with them to sit for the examination.
“All examination hall heads were advised to adjust their watches and examination hall clocks to the standard local time. They have also been advised to advise the examination staff and candidates to adjust their watches according to the examination hall time”, the Commissioner-General added.