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The Ministry of Education has indicated the issue has been resolved and revised transcripts will be posted by July 31.
See Minister Rob Fleming's statement regarding the student transcript issue.
B.C. school districts have been notified by the Ministry of Education that there was an anomaly in the tabulation of the Grade 12 provincial exam results. Ministry staff members are working to identify and resolve the issue.
The ministry is reviewing each June 2019 exam result to ensure student grades are accurately reflected on their transcripts. The ministry has also contacted post-secondary institutions in B.C. and across Canada to inform them of the issue to help ensure no student applications are affected. It will work with others outside Canada as needed.
The sending of printed copies of transcripts and diplomas will be delayed by a couple of days, according to the ministry.
Students are advised to wait until final exam results are re-posted before deciding if they need to re-write the provincial exam on Aug. 8.