• Last Update 2023-06-08 17:14:00

Scholarship exam school cut-off marks released: Royal 182, Visakha 181


School cut-off marks of last year’s Grade 5 Scholarship Examination have been released by the Ministry of Education.

Royal College, Colombo leads with 182 marks in the Sinhala medium boys school category, followed by Dharmaraja College, Kandy (180 marks), Ananda College, Colombo (179 marks), Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala (178 marks) and Kingswood College, Kandy (177).

Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo is placed first in the girls’ school category with 181 marks followed by Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo (178), Maliyadeva Girls School, Kurunegala (177), Mahamaya Girls School, Kandy (176) and Sirimavo Bandaranaike Vidyalaya, Colombo (175).

Seevali Central College, Ratnapura (174) is leading in the Sinhala medium mixed school category.

Royal College Colombo (170), D.S.Senanayake College, Colombo (161), and Isipathana College (158) are top in the Tamil medium boys school category while Muslim Ladies College, Colombo (162), Vembadi Girls High School, Jaffna (154) and Vincent Girls High School in Batticaloa (152) have the highest cut-off marks in the Tamil medium girls school category.  

Both Sinhala and Tamil medium school lists are available on the Ministry of Education’s website.

The Ministry requested students to log in via https://g6application.moe.gov.lk/#/ to view the school selected or to forward an appeal if no school has been selected/to change the school. Only online appeals will be accepted this year.    

According to the Ministry, 48,257 children who obtained 153 marks and above are able to apply for national schools this year.

Highlands College, Hatton has the highest cut-off marks of 163 in the Tamil medium mixed school category.

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