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Published On: Fri, Sep 30th, 2022

31 Students Banged Aggregate 6 in the 2021-22 GABECE Academic Year

Results analysis from the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MoBSE) has showed that 31 students comprised of 13 boys and 18 girls from the Junior Secondary Schools have emerged with aggregate 6 in 2022,  a noticeable increase of the number of students with aggregate 6 in 2022 compared to 2021 and 2020,  MoBSE disclosed on Thursday 29th September, 2022 at a media briefing on the outcome of the 2021 grade nine exam results.

The Permanent Secretary of MoBSE, Louis Moses Mendyfurther disclosed that private schools have registered more aggregate 6 than public schools in this year’s Gambia Basic Education Certificate Examination (GABECE).

 He further mentioned that the number of students that  sat for this year’s GABECE was 27, 018 of these, 58%  were girls and that the number of students with aggregate 6 has decreased from 26 in 2020 to 19 in 2021.

“The number of candidates with pass mark or credit in the four core subjects, Comparing2021 to 2022, the number of passes has increased in Math and SES, whilst it decreases in English andScience. Similarly, the volume of students with credit increased for Math and SES while decreased inEnglish and Science.”Mr. Mendy added.

According to him,the number of candidates with aggregate 42 or less has increased across all regionsin 2022 except for Region 1 and that nationwide, the number raised from 12,354 in 2021 to 13,424 in 2022.

The analysis further showed that the number of candidates with passes in core subjects have increased across both genders.

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