MORE than 21,000 Grade 12 students began their national examinations yesterday with the Advance Mathematics and General Mathematics papers.
The 21,057 students will complete their final paper on Oct 24.
This week, the subjects covered are Biology and Information Communication Technology, Physics and Legal Studies, Geography, Language and Literature One, and Applied English.
Next week, they will sit for Economics and Applied Science, Chemistry and Accounting; Business Studies and Geology; History and finish off with Advance Mathematics, plus General Mathematics Two. Florance Kangun from Gordon Secondary School, who is the examination invigilator for the 135 Grade 12 students of Jubilee Catholic Secondary School told The National that examinations were special events that determine the students’ future.
“Their input in the examination would reflect the effort and time put in preparing for it,” she said.
She told the students that their academic work in the past 12 years would be reflected on what they achieve in these two weeks.
“The two weeks are very special for you because they will determine your future,” she said.
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