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Exam day went well: Dr Lal

By TALEBULA KATE Seventeen science students from Suva Muslim High School joined hundreds of other students around the country as they began their Form Seven examinations yesterday. The school boosts
30 Oct 2012 09:56

By TALEBULA KATE

Seventeen science students from Suva Muslim High School joined hundreds of other students around the country as they began their Form Seven examinations yesterday.
The school boosts a total of 37 Form Seven students who will fly the colors of the school in this year’s Form Seven exams.
Permanent Secretary for Education Dr Brij Lal said the first day went well as he did not receive any complaints from any school.
“The students sat for two papers today (yesterday), Chemistry One and Chemistry Two. I suppose everything went well for the first day of the Form Seven exams as there were no complaints from the schools,” Dr Lal said.
Around 6600 secondary school students from around Fiji are expected to sit the Fiji Seventh Form Examinations yesterday morning.
This year sees more students sitting the exam compared to 5965 students last year. Also, there are 154 examination centres which is an increase of 33 centres from last year.
It was history in the making for some island schools as it was the first time for their students to sit for the Form Seven exams.
Adi Maopa in Vanuabalavu, Yasayasa Moala Secondary School in Moala, Delana Methodist in Ovalau, Nadarivatu High School, Rabi High School, Rotuma and Napuka are some schools that will sit the exam for the first time.
The examination will end on October 12.




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