ZIMSEC A-Level 2019 Results Out: Here’s How You Can Check The Results Online

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The Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) has announced that the November 2019 Advanced Level Results are out.


Candidates who sat for the examinations are expected to collect results from their respective schools and centres starting tomorrow or online via the Zimsec website.

Here are the respective links to the ZIMSEC results portal (if one isn’t working try the other):


ZIMSEC portal 1

ZIMSEC portal 2

ZIMSEC has also shared an Online Results Distribution Manual which contains the following instructions:

  • how to create an account on the portal
  • how to login
  • how to view your results

How to create an account on the ZIMSEC portal

  1. Go to the portal
  2. Click on “Register as new user”
  3. Fill out the information required (instructions will appear on the right side of the screen)

How to login

If you already have an account, you’ll want to log in:

  1. Go to the portal
  2. Enter your Username and Password as created at user registration
  3. Click on Login

How to view results once in the portal

  1. Once logged in select the Candidates Result option

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51 thoughts on “ZIMSEC A-Level 2019 Results Out: Here’s How You Can Check The Results Online

  1. I keep on getting this error message “Registration of account has been halted. Candidate already registered another account.”.
    This is frustrating!!!!

  2. I Want to Know how to bypass the registration when it declares that I have any account when I don’t have

  3. Stupidest website ever. Zimsec should stop wasting people’s money coming up with these half-baked non-functional technologies and concentrate on what they do best – stealing money, lowering educational standards, and raising school fees.

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