The Ministry of Education has reported that day two of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) went relatively smooth across the 1112 examination centres islandwide.
“There was a minor delay to the start of the exam at Discovery Bay Primary to ensure the delivery of additional test papers” the ministry said in a release.
Additionally, there was a reported hiccup to the process at the Chetolah Park Primary where the register of students was inadvertently sent to Central Branch Primary
“The situation was quickly rectified by an Education Officer,” the ministry said.
A total of 38,470 students were confirmed to sit the GSAT this year.
Source: Jamaica Observer