Grade 10 students sit for exam

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A TOTAL of 541 Grade 10 students from Gerehu Secondary School in Port Moresby are sitting for their national examination with others around the country.
The examination started yesterday with the Mathematics paper in the morning and Personal Development in the afternoon.
Gerehu Secondary School deputy principal (Curriculum) Francis Saju said 555 Grade 10 students had registered at the beginning of the year but 14 had either withdrawn or transferred to another school.
“Thirty-eight of my students were not able to sit for their written expression examination on June 9 due to the unrest between police and UPNG students,” Saju said.
Saju said Grade 10 and Grade 12 students could go to a nearby secondary school to sit for their exam this week if they had any problems.
“What you can do is go in your uniform, provide your identification card and candidate number, and report to the principal,” he said.
“They will confirm with me.”
Saju said students from other schools could also do this.
However, he said their reasons must be genuine.

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