In less than two weeks my friends will be sitting the Grade Six Achievement Test which is Jamaica's national high school entrance test scheduled for March 16-17, 2017. The GSAT replaced
the UK's Common Entrance Examination in 1999. Majority of the students have been preparing for the GSAT exam since grade 4.
Therefore for the next two weeks I will be spending time
with my friends because I am curious about their feelings before the exam, during the exam and after the exam. I want to find out about their journey and examination preparation techniques , their plans after the exam and hopes for the results which are usually
released in June.
They are our future leaders and I hope and pray that they are mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally prepared for the exam. To all students sitting the GSAT exam this year I wish say
relax the day before the exam, be happy, have fun, stay focused and just mash it up! It may be the last GSAT exam because a new type of exam will be introduced soon.
Finally only your best is good enough,
whatever you do ,do it to the best of your abilities, if it is to be it is up to you, never give up and text me after the results come out so I can congratulate you.