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Junior Certificate 2014/2015

June Cert Results 2014 issue 10th August - View our Results Resources Here

On this page below we have put together a range of useful information for the coming year's Junior Certificate programme.

You will find information on important dates to remember over the forthcoming months and links to a wide range of resources including useful organisations and websites along with revision supports.

Wed 10th Sept
Junior Certificate results available through schools - online from 12 noon on Examinations Commission website
Jan 2015Optional Junior Certificate Oral Examinations in Irish, French, German, Spanish, Italian -
3rd June 2015Start date for Junior Certificate Examinations -

There are a number of useful revision website available to Junior Certificate Students: provides study notes and exam guides on a wide range of subjects at Junior & Leaving Certificate level

Scoilnet A website for parents, teachers and students. The student post-primary section allows you search for additional material resources under syllabus topics for each subject in the leaving certificate.

MyStudyMate.ieJunior Cert study videos made by students for students - All Free!

Visit our new Post Primary Academic Websites section for details of websites to help with project research and revision.
Past examination papers, marking schemes and examination papers can be viewed on the Examinations Commission Website under their Examination Material Archive Section. Sample examination papers can be viewed on their Examination Information Section.

NEW website,, launched April 2012. Free revision resources.
Each subject at Jnr & Leaving Cert level is broken down into topics. Pick a topic to study and view all past questions on that topic. Try answering the past questions on that topic and then view the marking schemes to see how you did.

Píosa Cáca,
Irish Language Website. 'Is fearr gaeilge briste ná bearla cliste'. An interactive way to learn Irish created by TY Students from Presentation College Terenure

Details of Grind Tutors available around the country

State Examination Commission
Department of Education

Junior Certificate Examination Arrangements for Candidates with Physical 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 for a reasonable accomodation to be made to facilitate them taking the examinations. Such accommodations may include exemptions from examination components, use of tape recorders, wordprocessors, large print, dictation, exam papers being read to candidates, rest periods, special desks etc. Check out the following link to the Commission's website for further information. School-based, VTOS and candidates following other analogous schemes should apply for reasonable accommodations through their school or education provider. External candidates should apply directly to the State Examinations Commission. Applications must be made on the prescribed application form which is available through schools/education providers or directly from the State Examinations Commission