The registration for the 2019 Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) will be accepted from next Wednesday (September 12) for both day school and private candidates.
A total of 324 students requested that their higher education applications be reconsidered.
Last year, 79 per cent got into their most desired programmes.
Out of the 2018 Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) exam cadidates, 26.29 per cent (15,155 students) applied for their results to be rechecked and remarked.
The tuition centre has been subject to scandals over using leaked information from HKDSE exams.
The Modern Education teacher is accused of bribing a marking assistant, who is his former student, to disclose DSE exam questions.
Cho Mei-yi and Cho Wai-long say they would like more support for students with special needs.
Many are concerned about issues such as housing, student mental health, and youth development in the city .
This year's HKDSE top scorers share their tips for success and spill the beans on their goals for the future.
Young Post is bringing you the HKDSE results from this year’s public exam.