PM Roosevelt Skerrit wishes students ahead of Grade 6 NA exams

Roosevelt Skerrit extended his best wishes to the students who are appearing for the 2024 edition of the Grade Six National Assessment Exam.

PM Roosevelt Skerrit wishes students ahead of Grade 6 NA exams, Image: facebook
PM Roosevelt Skerrit wishes students ahead of Grade 6 NA exams, Image: facebook

Dominica: The Prime Minister of the commonwealth of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit has extended his best wishes to the students who are appearing for the 2024 edition of the Grade Six National Assessment Exam.

The students of island will be sitting in the exam for two days, that is Thursday and Friday. They will be tested on four subjects, Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies.

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PM Roosevelt Skerrit took to his social media to wish the students well for their exams which will held in quick succession for two days. The leadership of the country is hoping for the success of all the students who would be sitting for their exams.

The sixth grade students in all the secondary schools of Dominica are required to take the test. Asper the official reports from the ministry of education, a total of 835 students will sit in the exam. The cumulative number includes 412 girls and 423 boys.

The list also features three independent candidates, who are not affiliated to any of the known schools of the island. The mode of the exam will be both online and offline for all four subjects.

This is a welcome development from the way it was done the previous year. According to the education ministry, only the exams for social studies and Science and Technology were taken in the online mode.

The students who want to give all the exams by the online mode are delighted with the new development. Meanwhile, the Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Melissa Poppone Skerrit also encouraged the students to do well.

She highlighted that she had complete faith in the students of her National Assessment Champions class. She coaches and guides the students of the National Assessment classes for their exams through special lectures.

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This way, any students who need special assistance and support for their education are not left behind in any manner. The students also appreciate the efforts that Minister Melissa Skerrit puts towards ensuring their success.