The results of the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) written on July 06 and 07, 2027, are being released to schools. Sixteen thousand two hundred and twenty three (16,223) candidates registered for this assessment.
The results being released give a report on the candidates’ performance at National Grade Six Assessment. The administration and the marking of the National Grade Six Assessment 2022 followed the national COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.
The NGSA results will be available online from 13:00 h. Parents and students are advised to log onto the following website: http://exams.moeguyana.org and https://ngsaresults.gov.gy/ The candidates’ timetable will provide the necessary information to access these results.
The Ministry of Education has continued its collaboration with the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) to improve the quality of all national primary grade assessments. Teachers, subject specialists and test development officers developed the test items with the technical guidance of the Caribbean Examinations Council, addressing key areas such as item construction, weighting of items, sampling and other psychometric elements. Candidates were tested in four subjects namely, Mathematics, English, Science and Social Studies. The examination in each subject area consisted of two papers. Paper One consisted of forty multiple choice items while Paper Two consisted of essay type or open ended items.
Areas tested for each subject were:
Mathematics - Knowledge, Algorithmic Thinking, Reasoning
Science - Knowledge, Comprehension, Application
Social Studies - Knowledge, Conceptual Understanding, Use of
English Language - Reading, Comprehension and Vocabulary: Structure and
Mechanics; Content, Focus, Vocabulary; Language and Organization
The highest possible standardized scores obtainable were:
Social Studies 126.76
The highest possible total score obtainable was 523
President’s College is one of the A schools in Region 4. Non residential places are awarded to candidates in Region 4 from Mahaica to Cummings Lodge, who have attained a minimum score of 490 marks. Residential places are offered to candidates from Regions # 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 who have attained scores of 488 marks and above. A total of two hundred thirty one (231) candidates from schools in Regions 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10 are eligible for entry into the school.
NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT - 2022
CANDIDATES SECURING THE TOP TEN PLACES BY REGION
Details of the candidates securing the top sixteen places are indicated below:
Three candidates shared the top position with 518 marks; Neuel Bancroft of Annandale Primary, Angelica Subryan of Cumberland Primary, and Jonathan Gomes of Josel Education Institute.
Fourth position was shared by Elliana Ganpat of Mae’s Under 12, Sierra Prescod of Westfield Prep and Jaysean Manram of Graham’s Hall Primary with 517 marks.
Five candidates shared the seventh position, namely: Elijah Ram of Graham’s Hall Primary, Adalyn Bernard of New Guyana School, Arya Mohamed of Success Elementary, Tanika Sukhdeo of Academy of Excellence, and Ziyaad Ally of Aurora Primary. They secured 516 marks each.
Jaliyah Holder of New Guyana School, Sarah Baharally of Suddie Primary, Jaren Boucher of Genesis Early Childhood, Parnita Kishun of Dharmic Rama Krishna, and Kaiyah Ramkissoon of New Guyana School shared the twelfth position with 515 marks
2022-09-09 Ministry of Education
National Grade Six Assessment 2022
Cut-off scores for Sixth Form Schools
SECONDARY SCHOOL NAME CUT-OFF
417 QUEEN’S COLLEGE (G/TOWN) 508
403 THE BISHOPS’ HIGH SCHOOL (G/TOWN) 504
423 ST. STANISLAUS COLLEGE (G/TOWN) 501
422 ST. ROSE’S HIGH (G/TOWN) 498
421 ST. JOSEPH HIGH (G/TOWN) 495
477 PRESIDENT’S COLLEGE 488