The G.C.E. Advanced Level 2023 (2024) examination, featuring 64 subjects, will take place from January 4 to January 31, with 2,298 established examination centers and an additional 32 regional examination coordinating centers to facilitate the process. In total, 346,976 candidates have applied for the Advanced Level examination, comprising 281,445 school applicants and 65,531 private applicants.

Candidates able to reach their assigned examination centers without any hindrance are advised to do so as indicated on their admission cards. In case of emergencies, candidates can contact the 117 hotline or the provided phone numbers (0113668020, 0113668100, 0113668013, 0113668010) for assistance.

The G.C.E. (Advanced Level) exam schedule has been adjusted due to the addition of the Korean language as a subject, according to Examinations Deputy Commissioner Lasika Samarakoon. Candidates are advised to refer to the timetable provided with their admission card and avoid relying on schedules from other sources. The details, including date, subject number, paper, medium, and time, are specified in the candidate’s reservation section of the ticket.

In response to the current emergency situation, the Examinations Commissioner General, Amith Jayasundara, has announced the establishment of a special examination center at Polonnaruwa Manampitiya Sinhala Maha Vidyalaya for the G.C.E. Advanced Level 2023 (2024) examination, beginning today.

This unique facility caters to candidates residing in the Polonnaruwa, Welikanda, Aralagangwila, and Dimbulagala education divisions. Those within these areas are given the option to sit for the examination at this designated center, with their issued admission cards remaining valid.

To ensure effective coordination, a total of 319 coordination centers have been set up for the examination, including two new ones at Lunumala Central College in Passara and Galkiriagama Maha Vidyalaya in Kekirawa.