MINISTRY OF EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS DIVISION NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT 2013
The results of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) written on 25 March and 26 March
2013 will be released to schools shortly. Sixteen thousand eight hundred and eleven (16,811)
candidates were entered for this assessment. These candidates also wrote the National Grade
Two Assessment in 2009 and the National Grade Four Assessment in 2011. The results being
released give a report on the candidates’ overall performance at the three assessments.
A percentage of the marks gained at the Grade Two and the Grade Four Assessments was
combined with the marks gained at the Grade Six Assessment in order to determine the
candidates’ overall scores. Five percent (5%) of each candidate’s Grade Two score in
Mathematics and English, and ten percent (10%) of the Grade Four score in the same subjects,
were added to eighty five percent (85%) of each candidate’s score in those subjects. The
combined scores in Mathematics and English were added to the scores gained in Science and
The highest possible standardized scores obtainable were Mathematics - 134 English - 146,
Social Studies - 138, and Science - 142. The highest possible total score obtainable was 560.
Details of the candidates securing the top 10 marks are indicated below:
Gaining the top position with a score of 548 marks was Salma Majeed of ISA Islamic Academy. Second position was gained by Christian Pile of Mae’s Under 12 with 547 marks. Third position was gained by Navindra Persaud of Mae’s Under 12 with 545 marks. The fourth, fifth and sixth positions were also gained by candidates from Mae’s Under 12 namely: Ashtmi Natasha Deo with 543 marks, Bradon Chanderban with 542 marks and Zane Ramotar
with 541 marks.
Sharing the sixth position were Leshanna Bindah of Stella Maris Primary and Abdur-Rahman Sattaur of Al Ghazali Islamic Academy, who each gained 541 marks.
The ninth position was shared by three candidates namely: Divya Jagroo of Graham’s Hall Primary, Daniel Baldeo-Thorne of New Guyana School and Renee Bisnauth of Cropper Primary. They each scored 540 marks.
The twelfth position was gained by Maitri Vathada of Leonora Primary with 539 marks.
The remaining positions were occupied by :
Two hundred and forty one (241) candidates from schools in Region’s 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10 are
eligible for entry into President’s College.
NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT - 2013 TOP ONE PERCENT POSITION
Abdur-Ramhman Sattaur Al Ghazali Islamic Aca.
Amirah Quamina-Cummings St Gabriel’s Primary
NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT - 2013 CANDIDATES SECURING THE TOP TEN PLACES BY REGION REGION # 1 POSITION SCHOOL NAME Sueann Daniels Mabaruma Primary
REGION # 2 1 Adrian Westford Sparta Primary REGION # 3 1 Maitri Vathada Leonora Primary
REGION # 4 1 Jenell Dallai Mon Repos Primary Aarti Hooblall Valmiki Vidyalaya Kirsten Caesar Success Elementary Devindra Raghubansi Success Elementary REGION # 5 Javon Reece Novar Primary Ariel Williams Novar Primary REGION # 6 1 Renee Bisnauth Cropper Primary
REGION # 7 1 Reseda Hack St. John the Baptist Primary REGION # 8
1 Roseana Geer Mahdia Primary
REGION # 9 1 Joshua Jacobus St Ignatius Primary
REGION # 10
1 Jamicka Rutherford Watooka Day School Zoe Sills Watooka Day School
Top Students 1 Salma Majeed ISA Islamic Academy
2013-06-07 Ministry of Education National Grade Six Assessment 2013 Cut-off scores for Sixth Form Schools SECONDARY SCHOOL NAME
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