Grade 10 Written Expression Examination

Over 78K to sit for exams

Education Secretary, Dr Uke Kombra is calling on all the citizens to support and abide by the fair administration of exams.

In a media statement released yesterday, Dr. Kombra encouraged all students, and teachers to ensure that the exams are done fairly and to the best of their ability.

Dr. Kombra confirmed that all provinces and schools have received their Exams as per the nomination data received by the Measurement Services Division in Port Moresby.

Gr 10 exam set for June 7

More than 50 thousand Grade 10 students nationwide will sit for the examinations.

72,000 Grade 10 students will be expected to sit the exam in 322 provincial high and secondary schools. 

These include the permitted schools that are not under the National Education System.

While there was no record of major incidences of malpractice or cheating during examinations last year, Dr Kombra has issued warnings ahead of the June 7th exams to teachers and students.

Gr 10 Written Expression examination this week

Education Secretary Dr. Uke Kombra said 69,000 Grade 10 students are expected to sit the exam in 301 provincial high schools and secondary schools nationwide.

Provincial education advisers, provincial examination supervisors, senior secondary schools’ standards officers, guidance officers, principals and head teachers have been urged to be vigilant and security conscious of the confidentiality of the examination paper.

“This is to avoid any form of malpractice that may compromise the examination results,” stated the Secretary.