Another group of young students has done exceptionally well at the recently concluded Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate, (CSEC) examinations.
Malachi Adonis, Shani Naughton, Tanicia Archer, Jahim Longhorne, Ryan Wilson, Kristina Kanhai , Josette Cameron, Cassandra Nurse, Olivia Greene, Abeyki Britton, Abadeene Benneth, Alex Gangadin, Keilon Fields, Sean Paul Hanoman and Kurt Caesar; all third and fourth students attached to Morgan Learning Centre, (MLC) attained distinctions and Grade One passes in the various subjects including Mathematics, Principles of Accounts, Office Administration and Principles of Business.
The young pupils attributed their success to hard work, diligence and support from their parents and teachers. They recalled their CSEC experience.
Malachi Adonis said while the exam was challenging, the encouragement of his father and teachers proved to be an important factor in his success.
The fifteen year -old student of Brickdam Secondary School, who has been attending the institute for a few years, noted that while learning at MLC is fun, it can be exhausting.
Tanicia Archer, 14, of Christ Church Secondary School shared similar sentiments. She said however, that she challenged herself to work twice as hard to succeed.
Ryan Wilson, of St. Joseph’s High School recalled that it was his mother and teacher, who saw he had the potential and encouraged him to write CSEC. He attained Grade One in Principles of Accounts.
Other top performers include Josette Cameron, 15 of Richard Ishmael Secondary School and Alex Gangadin, 14, of Christ Church Secondary School.
Both students acquired distinctions in Mathematics. The two pupils were merely in Form Two when they initially wrote CSEC, last year. They acquired Grade Ones in Principles of Accounts.
They believe that writing a single subject at a time, gave them an advantage at the exams.
In recent years, MLC’s students have excelled at CSEC. Reflecting on their success, Head of the Institute, Orin Morgan noted that over the years, the center is dedicated to providing quality education and a fun and exceptional learning experience to students from across Guyana.
“We believe learning should be fun and students should be rewarded for their work… Hence, we also have extracurricular activities such as the Valentines dinner, where we teach our students social etiquette”
Sir Morgan accredited the success of the center to his hard working and dedicated team of teachers.
“At MLC, we believe in giving our gifted students the chance to (shine). That‘s why we give our students a chance to sit the exams at ages (13, 14 an15) as opposed to the regular CSEC students,” the teacher explained.
Morgan said his objective is to produce educated and socially grounded individuals, who can gainfully contribute to society.
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