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Students Confident Of Good Results

Students of primary schools in Labasa anticipate positive results from the Fiji Eighth Year Examination. They were among the more than 1600 Year Eight students from around the country who
02 Oct 2018 10:18
Students Confident Of Good Results
Year Eight students of Naseakula District School in Labasa sitting for their first Fiji Eighth Year Examination paper on October 1, 2018. Photo: Nacanieli Tuilevuka

Students of primary schools in Labasa anticipate positive results from the Fiji Eighth Year Examination.
They were among the more than 1600 Year Eight students from around the country who sat for their examinations, which started yesterday.
Meresiana Ligaqaqa was one of 12 students from Naseakula District School, who sat for her papers.
“Thanks to our Year Eight teacher, we did revision work before the examination. We studied past years’ papers so some of the questions in the paper was on a tip of my finger,” Meresiana said.
“I sat for my General and English Examination papers today (yesterday). The supervisors were very strict with the rules, but they ensured we were comfortable during the exam.
“I cannot wait to finish my exam because this is what I have been preparing for in the past two terms and five weeks of the third term.
“This exam is a do or die for me because it will determine if I can go to high school or not,” she added.
Saleshni Chand of Bethel Primary School said she could not comment on how the exams went because at the end of the day, the result would speak for itself.
“The papers were good, I had set a goal and I do hope that I get the mark that I wanted so I can enroll in the school of my choice- the one that I dreamed of attending since Year Six,” Saleshni said.
The Fiji Eighth Year Examination ends, today.

Edited by Percy Kean
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