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ALL IN PLACE FOR GRADE SIX ACHIEVEMENT TEST
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Chief Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, Grace McLean, said all is in place for this year’s sitting of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT).
Over 40 Thousand students are expected to sit the GSAT exams this year, on Thursday, March 21 and Friday, March 22. Students will be tested in Mathematics, Social Studies, Language Arts, Science and Communication task.
There are 1,184 designated centers across the island and these schools will be closed for normal classes during the exam period.
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