The State Examinations Commission (SEC) is responsible for the development, assessment, accreditation and certification of the second-level examinations of the Irish state: the Junior Certificate and the Leaving Certificate. The SEC is a non-departmental public body under the aegis of the Department of Education and Skills.
Arrangements for candidates with physical, visual, hearing and learning difficulties
Candidates with permanent or long-term conditions, including visual and hearing difficulties, or specific learning difficulties, which they believe will significantly impair their performance in the examinations, may apply to the State Examinations Commission (SEC) for a reasonable accommodation(s) to be made to facilitate them taking the examinations.
Further information is available on the SEC website .
Timetables for the 2020 Leaving and Junior Certificate examinations are available on the SEC website .
The State Examinations Commission holds records of the following examination results:
Intermediate Board Examination Results 1879-1924
Department of Education 1925-2002
State Examinations Commission 2003 onwards
Department of Education Junior and Senior Trade Examinations
You can order a Certificate of Results or a Statement of Results on the SEC online ordering service.