Apr 28, 2016 News
The National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) from all indications got off to a smooth start yesterday. This publication was able to visit a few schools which seem to substantiate this state of affairs.
When Kaieteur News visited the West Ruimveldt Primary School yesterday morning pupils quietly took their seats and were soon after paying keen attention to instructions from invigilators.
Approximately 14,500 candidates are slated to participate in the assessment this year. The examination usually seeks to assess pupils in the four subject areas of Mathematics, English Language, Science and Social Studies.
Candidates were yesterday tasked with writing English Language Papers One and Two and Science Papers One and Two. Today they will write Mathematics Papers One and Two and Social Studies Papers One and Two.
Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, visited the Helena Primary School and the Gibson Primary School, both in Mahaica, early yesterday morning as pupils there prepared to take part in the Assessment.
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