The Department of Examinations informs that paper marking of the Grade 5 Scholarship Examination is 99 percent complete.
The Department said inspections are being carried out to determine if any issues persist.
Following a final assessment, results of the examinations will be computerised.
Meanwhile, investigations into complaints regarding the Grade 5 Scholarship Examination have also been completed.
The Scholarship Exam was held on the 18th of December at 2,894 centres while 334,698 students sat the exam.
The Exam Department meanwhile noted that the 2022 GCE Ordinary Level Examination will be worked off in May this year, while final dates have not been determined yet.
Furthermore, the conduct of tuition classes for the 2022 GCE Advanced Level Examination will be worked off from the 23rd of this month.
The Exam Department said the conduct of tuition classes for the A/Level Exam will be prohibited from midnight on the 17th of January.
The Department said the conduct of classes, organising classes, workshops, conferences, lectures, printing model papers, putting up posters, banners, leaflets, or publicising advertisements via print or social media are banned after the 17th of January.
The Examinations Department said the general public can notify Police or the Department of any violations.