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– claims he is satisfied with performanceAlthough the results of this year’s National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) which was written early May, are yet to be analysed, Education Minister Shaik Baksh said yesterday,Cheap Jerseys, that he is satisfied with the performance.The Minister’s comments came during a press conference held at the Ministry’s Brickdam head office,Cheap NFL Jerseys China, when he unveiled the top performers of the assessment. At the time of the press conference the results had not yet reached any of the country’s schools.He said that 18,613 candidates were entered to undertake the assessment, representing an increase of nearly 1000 candidates over last year.According to the Minister, the candidates had also written the National Grade Two Assessment in 2005 and the National Grade Four Assessment in 2007.He said that the results that were released yesterday are designed to give a report of the candidates’ overall performance at the three assessments.The percentage of the marks gained at the Grade Two and Four Assessments were combined with the marks gained at the Grade Six Assessment in order to determine the candidates overall scores, the Minister noted.He said that as customary, five percent of each candidate’s Grade Two Score in Mathematics and English and 10 percent of the Grade Four Scores in the same subjects were added to 85 percent of their score in the respective subject areas.The combined scores in Mathematics and English were added to the scores gained in Science and Social Studies.And the highest possible standardised scores obtainable were Mathematics 150, English 149,China NFL Jerseys, Social Studies 143 and Science 150,Cheap NFL Jerseys China, the Minister said.Gaining the top spot this year with 567 marks was Larissa Wiltshire of Mae’s Under 12.The second best performance score of 565 was copped by Samanthra Rocke of St Margaret’s Primary, while Elijah Bobb of New Guyana School secured third position with his acquisition of 563 marks.Sasha Williams of Mae’s Under 12 and Abhimanyu Dev of Leonora Primary School both secured 562 marks effectively sharing the fourth position, thus causing the fifth position to be irrelevant. Dev was the youngest to take the examination at nine years.Three persons,Wholesale Jerseys Authentic, Somant Heeralall of Annandale Primary, Khajal Parasnath of Dharmic Rama Krishna and Darius Ali of Marian Academy, shared the sixth position, each gaining 560 marks.Accordingly, there were no seventh or eighth positions. Ninth place was shared by five, Raman Arjune of Edinburg Primary, Tonya Alves of Mae’s Under 12, David Ramroop of Peter’s Hall Primary, Lisa John of Leonora Primary and Ashmini Persaud of Sparta Primary, all of whom secured 559 marks.The positions as a result were fast tracked to 14th place, a position that was secured by Jenelle Geness of Peter’s Hall Primary, Dacia John of Skeldon Primary and Rejan McKay of New Guyana School. They each obtained 558 marks.The three 17th place positions were copped by Cecil Abrams of the New Guyana School, Jude Eversley of Ketley Primary, and Kyle Joseph of Aishalton Primary with their respective 557 score.With 556 marks Annthea Percival of North Georgetown Primary, Makeshwerie Samaroo of Mae’s Under 12,NFL Jerseys From China, Craig Campbell of New Guyana School, Amrita Ramnauth and Annessa Taylor both of ABC Academy and Farahnaz Hosain of Zeelugt Primary, secured 20th place.The 26th place was shared by Faudia Ramjohn of Leonora Primary, Tenishia Thomas and Shami Williams both of New Guyana School, Sifiyah Majid of ISA Islamic and Robert Singh of Concord Academy who all gained 555 marks.In all the Minister afforded media operatives a list of the top one percent. Fifty candidates have been awarded non-residential places at President’s College; a further 70 will gain residential placement.The cut -off scores for candidates’ attendance of top city Secondary Schools are 542 for Queen’s College, 534 for Bishop’s High, 528 for Saint Stanislaus College, 519 for Saint Roses and 514 for Saint Joseph High.
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