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Key dates for results, viewing scripts and appeals for LC 2022 Candidates

Dear Candidate,

The 2022 Leaving Certificate results are due for release to candidates through the Candidate Self-Service Portal at 10 am on Friday 2 September.  You are aware that the date for the issue of the results this year is later than would be the case in a normal year; there were a number of reasons for this. There was a deferred sitting of the Leaving Certificate examinations in July for students unable to sit examinations in the main sitting in June due to serious accident, injury or illness; close family bereavement, or Covid-19.  With increased numbers of candidates, there was a requirement for increased numbers of examiners and this was challenging this year.  A further significant factor is that in announcing the arrangements for the 2022 Leaving Certificate examinations, a commitment was  given by Government that the outcomes will, on aggregate, be no lower than the outcomes in 2021.  This work is currently underway and giving effect to this commitment requires time for detailed analysis of the marking outcomes, implementation of any adjustment, and quality assurance.

We are contacting you at this time to update you on a number of key dates that will be important to you in the coming weeks as they relate to the viewing of scripts and the appeals processes.  You should take note of these important dates as the timelines will all be strictly applied.

Leaving Certificate 2022: Key Results, Viewing and Appeal Dates

Service in School Candidate Self Service Portal (CSSP)
Leaving Certificate Results

10 AM Friday 2 September 10 AM Friday 2 September
Access to Data –

Candidates will see their marks including for each component. .

12 PM Tuesday 6 September
Application to View Scripts LC Online Application available only

Opens: 5 PM, Tuesday 6 September

Closes: 8 PM Wednesday 7 September

The LCA application to view scripts will be via email .  The same timeline will apply

Viewing of Scripts

* there are some exceptions which will be detailed in the Candidate Information Guide to Results & Appeals

Scripts in subjects which were Marked Manually –

Candidates assigned to one of three sessions on Saturday 10 September

1. Session 1.  9 AM – 11 AM

2. Session 2. 12 PM – 2 PM

3. Session 3. 3 PM – 5 PM

Scripts in subject Marked Online*

Online access to view between 9 am Saturday 10 September and 12 pm on Sunday 11 September.

Application to Appeal Opens: 9 AM Saturday 10 September

Closes: 12 PM Monday 12 September

Appeals Results Schools Portal- Date to be confirmed CSSP - Date to be confirmed.

The timelines this year for candidates to apply to view scripts and to lodge their appeal applications are very short and the deadlines will be strictly applied.  This is essential to ensure that the remaining stages of the appeal process can be completed as quickly as possible.  The SEC will not accept late applications.  Until such time as the number of appeals is known, it is not possible to commit to a specific timeframe for the issue of the appeal results.  Every effort will be made to process appeals as quickly as possible. Candidates will be notified of this date as soon as possible.

The State Examinations Commission (SEC) is committed to providing clear and timely information to candidates about the examinations.  You will receive a detailed Candidate Information Guide to Results & Appeals which will be emailed to all candidates and published on the SEC’s website in advance of the issue of results on Friday, 2 September.  Detailed subject by subject information will be provided in the Candidate Information Guide to your Results by Subject which will be published on https://www.examinations.ie on Monday 5 September to facilitate those who intend to access their marks including their individual component marks. 

You will find information about the services provided by the SEC on our website. If you need to contact us, the email address for candidate enquiries is candidateportal@examinations.ie  and our phone number is 090-6442702.  At the time of the issue of the results a Candidate Helpline will be available. Details of this will be provided to you.  

Yours faithfully

Richard Dolan

Director of Operations

State Examinations Commission

Junior Footballers off to winning ways

Knockbeg College 2-18      St Peters College 1-1 

By Brian Broderick (TY)

 

The Knockbeg Junior footballers got their championship off to a flying start on the cold morning of the 21st of October with an impressive win over St Peters of Wexford in Graiguecullen. 

There was a strong wind travelling across the field, but this did not affect Mikey Murphy as he converted his first of many points of the day through a free kick from close range to give Knockbeg an early lead. St. Peters responded with one of their own shortly after, before a second Murphy free and a fine point from Jack Behan gave Knockbeg the lead once more. Knockbeg kept the scoreboard ticking over with more points from Murphy before captain Jeremy Kelly got a point for himself at the end of the half to leave the score at 0-8 to 0-1 to the men in white and blue. 

Kelly opened the second half the same way he left it with a good point. Midfielder John Phiri was rewarded for his excellent fielding of kickouts alongside fellow midfielder TJ Nolan with a point of his own. The deadlock was finally broken as the lively Bobby Doyle struck for a goal. More points from Murphy, a second for John Phiri off the left, a third for Kelly and a deserved point for TJ Nolan really put daylight between the two sides. Full forward Murphy was also on hand to finish off a well worked goal, with subs Eoin Mulhall and Kyle Holden also getting their names on the scoresheet late on. Eventually the outstanding Knockbeg defence was beaten with a goal from St Peters who never gave up.  

Overall, it was a brilliant team performance, which also saw fifteen subs getting a run. Big thanks to coaches Mr Conway, Ms Moore and fellow management who have helped get the lads off to a wonderful start to the season. Hopefully this is the start of even better things to come! 

Michael Gaffney(Killeshin), Cian Cashman(Palatine), Daniel Wall(Grangeolvin), Cian Campion(Palatine), Mackenzie McIvor(Ballylinan), Darragh Loughman(Ballylinan), Kevin Fennelly(Annanough), TJ Nolan (0-1/St Laurences), John Phiri (0-2/Askea), Jamie Walker(Tinryland) , Jeremy Kelly (0-3/St Josephs), Jack Behan (0-1/Arles Kilcruise), Bobby Doyle (1-0/Tinryland), Mikey Murphy (1-9, 0-7f/St Josephs), Pierce O’ Dwyer(St Laurences). 

Subs- E. Mulhall( 0-1/Arles Kilcruise), O Kirwan( Grange), K Holden (0-1), C Fitzgerald, E English, E Askins, R Doran, J Milton( Killeshin),  C Tucker, A Downes ( Graiguecullen),  L Bramley( Askea), D Downey( Ballylinan), C Nolan, J Fitzharris( Palatine),A Hennessy, B Corcoran( Stradbally Parish Gaels), C Long ( Fenagh), D Walsh ( Athy)