1,076 students to sit G6NA this week

taking examThe Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development will administer the annual Grade Six National Assessment (G6NA) this week. 1076 students, 542 girls and 534 boys, are set to write the exams on Thursday May 28 and Friday May 29, 2015.

This number represents a slight increase over 2014 when 1067 students wrote the exam.

The examinations are scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m., following an assembly at 7:45, at 50 centers around the island.

On day 1, students will write Language Arts and Social Studies, and Mathematics and Science on day 2.

Except for the Language Arts paper, all exams will be a single multiple-choice paper.

The Language Arts however, will consist of multiple choice and composition papers.

The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development advises parents that they are not allowed at testing centers while the examinations are in progress and should refrain from applying undue pressure on students during the days leading up to the exams.

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  1. Malpardee
    May 29, 2015

    Where did this exam come from? Dominica stop trying to imitate other people. Smdh.

  2. s.e
    May 27, 2015

    Good luck to all the students. May the good lord give them the inspiration during their exams.

  3. Dominican
    May 27, 2015

    I pray God’s blessings guidance and protection on them all.
    In the name of Jesus I rebuke every wicked plan of the enemy. I pray against confusion..
    against memory loss……against fright. …..against nervousness.
    Father God I pray that your will be done in them now and always in the name of your
    precious son Jesus Christmas. Amen.

    • Dominican
      May 27, 2015

      Jesus Christ **

  4. Roger Burnett
    May 27, 2015

    Subjecting young children to the pressure of this type of assessment is, to my mind, a form of child abuse.

  5. Grass Roots
    May 27, 2015

    Gods richest blessings and anointing on all the pupils writing this exams. Spirit of the living God fall the fresh on them.

  6. Significance
    May 27, 2015

    Good luck students. This is not considered an increase in the number of students since it falls within the +/- 10 range.

  7. Thorbjørn Jagland
    May 27, 2015

    Why have an exam to assess students when children learn different ways, you all must stop indoctrinating our children? No wonder we don’t excel in mathematics and art.

    • princess
      May 27, 2015

      your an idiot you may comment saying that the way taught can be changed seeing some learn differently or they can be assessed at their level but not where exams is concerned

  8. Blessings
    May 27, 2015

    Best wishes and God’s blessings to all the students. I am also happy to see the number of boys who will be writing this exam.

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