More than 21, 000 grade 12 students throughout the country sat for their final examination paper Friday the 24th of October.
The paper 2 for Advanced and General Maths respectively was the final paper after two weeks of exams.
“Exams went well throughout the 2 week period however, there were a few errors in exam papers that students had to deal with during the conduction.”
This is according to the External Invigilator for Gordons Secondary School, Jubilee Secondary teacher Ms Isoaimo when giving an over view of the exam said to this newsroom.
There were no reports on rowdy behavior from students during the exam week but a number of students did miss out on the exams due to personal reasons and disciplinary problems within the school.
She added,” Overall, this years exams went well except I’m very disappointed with so many errors in the exam papers”.
Ms Isoaimo called on the Measurement Standards Unit to make it their responsibility to check the exam papers properly before distributing them, as it made it more difficult for the invigilators to go back and forth to correct the errors.
“It is our job to administer the exams but MSU has the responsibility to ensure the exam papers are ready to be administered before the actual examination day is upon us.”
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