Topping the National Grade six Assessment [NGSA] in Region Two this year, is 11-year-old Alex Muntaz, student of the C V Nunes Primary School.
Muntaz gained 516 marks and secured at spot at Queen’s College.
Speaking with this publication, Alex said that he expected to perform well at this year’s NGSA.
Neelawattie and Reyaz Muntaz, who are both overwhelmed by the boy’s performance, explained that Muntaz was also the top performer at the National Grade Two and Grade Four Assessments.
Securing the second position on the Essequibo Coast is Samera Persaud, a student from the Taymouth Manor Primary. Persaud secured the second position in the region with a total of 515 marks for the Region.
Persaud whose dream is to one day become a lawyer, said that she could not have done it without the support of her parents and teachers.
Filling the third position within the region is a pupil from the Hampton Court Primary, Tamesha Persaud, with 514. Also in the third place is Muneshwar
Beepat from the Aurora Primary School who
also secured 514 marks.
Beepat noted that the exams were indeed challenging. Nevertheless, he had no doubt that he could make both his school and parents proud.
The Tapakuma Lake Primary pupil secured the fifth place for the first time, after its top student Anasie Fredericks secured a total of 513 marks.
Naveena Yogashur and Nissa Swallay both tied for the sixth position in the Region.
This year, Naveena who is from the Taymouth Manor Primary copped 512 marks, while Swallay from the C.V. Nunes Primary also secured 512 marks.
th position was awarded to Sasha Narine from the Taymouth Manor Primary, who scored 510 marks. Narine credited her success to extra lessons and late studies.
Emily Jairam from the Good Hope Primary held down the ninth position in the region, with 509 marks.
Finally tying in the tenth position is Yogesh Chairtram from C V Nunes Primary and Anna Lisa Basdeo
from Suddie Primary, who both
scored 508 marks.
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