Marking completed for Grade Six Assessment

The Ministry of Education has announced that the marking of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) papers has been completed and it is on track to release the results by its Friday, June 27 deadline.

Currently, the scripts are being processed nationally and all systems are in place and functioning optimally, to guarantee the release of the results on the said date, the ministry said in a press release.

Last year saw the earliest release of the results and the ministry aims to emulate this by keeping the process streamlined. The NGSA was held on Wednesday, April 16 and Thursday, April 17 at centres across Guyana.

Meanwhile, the National Grade Two Assessment is scheduled for Monday June 9 and concludes on Friday June 20. Parents are urged to note that this assessment is conducted in two parts: oral and written, and as such they should take steps to ensure that their children are prepared for it.

Parents of Grade Four children are also reminded that the National Grade Four Assessment will take place on Wednesday June 18 and Thursday June 19. In addition, the National Grade Nine Assessment will start on Tuesday June 17 and conclude on Thursday June 20.

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