MORE than 2,700 students across Limerick will receive their Junior Certificate results today.
According to the State Examinations Commission, a total of 2,726 students are due to receive their results in Limerick while nationally, some 59,522 students will receive their results.
Of the students who sat the State exam in Limerick in June, 1,337 were girls and 1,389 were boys.
Results are available in schools from this morning, while those who are not in a position to collect their results in person from their school can access them through the State Examinations Commission’s online results service from 4pm.
The Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan, is congratulating those students who will receive their results today.
“I hope that your results reflect the hard work you have put into your studies and give you a solid foundation to continue your studies in the coming years,” she said.
Ms O’Sullivan added “I would like to acknowledge the work of the teachers in preparing their students over the three year cycle and also acknowledge the key role that parents and the wider family play in supporting the students.”
The Limerick Leader will have coverage of the results later today and in the print editions of the paper.
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