Nervous wait for students by letterbox or PC for OP scores

ALMOST 50,000 Year 12 graduates across Queensland have only a few days to wait for their final results as the Queensland Studies Authority completes the packing of certificates.

Acting Education, Training and Employment Minister Ian Walker said today Senior Education Profiles containing students' final results would start arriving in the post from Monday.

"The class of 2013 has worked extremely hard and on behalf of Minister Langbroek I congratulate them on their efforts," he said.

"This year, a record 87 per cent of students were awarded a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE).

"A total of 731 students received an OP1 ranking for tertiary entrance with 21,074 receiving an OP between 1 and 15."

Students can access their results online from 9am this Saturday with their Learner Unique Identifier and password to log into their learning account on the QSA's Student Connect website

Topics:  op

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Invitation open to our agriculture minister

Lorraine Sexton retires after 48 years of dedicated service at the ANZ branch in Lismore.

Invitation open to our agriculture minister

Not 'appy' to stop thinking

White sheets in the winter's sun.

Not 'appy' to stop thinking

Gallery director is delighted to be exceeding expectations

Brett Adlington, director of Lismore Regional Gallery at Eurovisions Exhibition.

Gallery director is delighted to be exceeding expectations

Local Partners