Guyana – National Grade Six Assessment 2016 – Top 1% Results

Guyana – NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT – 2016

Ministry of Education – Guyana

The National Grade Six Assessment Results 2016 IS CURRENTLY accessible ONLY via the Ministry of Education NGSA Results website http://exams.moeguyana.org

Just click the link above.

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Anthony Ferreira of Mae’s Under 12 and Aryan Singh of Dharmic Rama Krishna have tied for the top spot in this year’s Grade Six Examination with 568 marks each.

This was announced today by the Ministry of Education.

Below are the names of the top one percent.  The top 10 results by region are also provided below.  

NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT – 2016
         
TOP ONE PERCENT
         
POSITION NAME SCHOOL MARKS REGION
1 Anthony
Ferreira
Mae’s
Under 12
568 G/town
1 Aryan Singh Dharmic Rama Krishna 568 G/town
3 Sarena Razak Graham’s Hall Primary 565 G/town
4 Chelsea Barnes Success Elementary 563 4
5 Arun Sooknarine Dharmic Rama Krishna 562 G/town
6 Helia Agard Success Elementary 561 4
7 Indie Rampersaud 560 4
7 Justin Seecharan 560 4
7 Jonathan Ganga Leonora Primary 560 3
7 Divya Nandalall Mae’s Under 12 560 G/town
7 Lemuel Assing New Guyana School 560 G/town
12 Saalih Rahim ISA Islamic 559 G/town
12 Muhammad Hassad Al Ghazali Islamic 559 G/town
12 Annandi Diaram Valmiki Vidyalaya 559 4
15 Aletha Joseph Montrose Primary 558 4
15 Jordon Nelson New Guyana School 558 G/town
17 Anjali Maharaj Marian Academy 557 G/town
17 Rachael Ramlal 557 G/town
19 Raj in Lee 556 G/town
19 Riley Nurse Mae’s Under 12 556 G/town
19 Joel Singh Mae’s Under 12 556 G/town
19 Breanne Boucher Genesis Early Childhood 556 3
23 Luke Mangal Academy of Excellence 555 3
23 Ryon Sarjoo Swami Purnananda 555 4
23 Jenifer Chulai Strathspey Primary 555 4
23 Reuben Cush Kuru Kururu Primary 555 4
23 Roshni Samaroo Valmiki Vidyalaya 555 4
23 Vinaya Chatterdeo Mae’s Under 12 555 G/town
23 Omesh Dyal Port Mourant 555 6
30 Jessica Monohar New Guyana School 554 G/town
30 Alexandria Forrester Winifer Gardens Primary 554 G/town
32 Zayden Ramotar Mae’s Under 12 553 G/town
32 Sasha Singh Westfield Prep 553 G/town
32 Zarif Baksh Valmiki Vidyalaya 553 4
32 Amelia Singh Success Elementary 553 4
32 Malachi Griffith 553 4
32 Karuna Lall Academy of Excellence 553 3
32 Yovendra Singh Suddie Primary 553 2
39 Arvind Naraine Academy of Excellence 552 3
39 Javid Nizamudin 552 3
39 Aditya Gobin Leonora Primary 552 3
39 Annalisa Charles 552 3
39 Reuel Prashad Success Elementary 552 4
39 Chateram Persaud 552 4
39 Zakariya Bacchus Peter’s Hall Primary 552 4
39 Angelica Dhoray Mae’s Under 12 552 G/town
39 Elizabeth Jardine 552 G/town
48 Rebekah Appanah New Guyana School 551 G/town
48 Kirsten Gomes 551 G/town
48 Afifah Sattaur Al Ghazali Islamic 551 G/town
48 Nathania Mallay St Gabriel’s Primary 551 G/town
48 Reneka Stephenson North Georgetown Prim 551 G/town
48 Erenilda DeSouza Regma Primary 551 10
48 Kasandra Sukhram Montrose Primary 551 4
48 Justin Persaud Academy Of Excellence 551 3
56 Joshua Kaladeen Peter’s Hall Primary 550 4
56 Zaynab Shaffie Success Elementary 550 4
56 Alec Lumelino 550 4
56 Faria Hafiz Rose Hall Primary 550 6
56 Tsalaya Congreaves Josel Edu Inst 550 G/town
56 Saneeyah Khan ISA Islamic 550 G/town
56 Ashish Rajaram Mae’s Under 12 550 G/town
56 Alex Pires 550 G/town
64 Arav Tulsi 549 G/town
64 Hannah Farinha Marian Academy 549 G/town
64 Matthew McCall 549 G/town
64 Jochen Camacho Winter Garden’s Pimary 549 G/town
64 Joanna Mohan Enmore Hope Primary 549 4
64 Faraz Yassin Academy of Excellence 549 3
64 Lakeram Persaud Belle West Primary 549 3
64 Nabeel Baksh Leonora Primary 549 3
72 Isabella Balli Academy of Excellence 548 3
72 Chandrapaul Sukhu New Diamond/Grove Prim 548 4
72 Ayushi Nandalall Mae’s Under 12 548 G/town
72 Chelsea Persaud Dharmic Rama Krishna 548 G/town
72 Jaheim Joseph Royal Halls of Learning 548 10
77 Lisa Greene Concord Academy 547 G/town
77 Tabitha Darrell Green Acres Primary 547 G/town
77 Danielle Khan 547 G/town
77 Joshua Gulab Mae’s Under 12 547 G/town
77 Keshav Doodnauth 547 G/town
77 Raoul Nicholls New Guyana School 547 G/town
77 Zacharia Umrao Success Elementary 547 4
77 Natisha Persaud I PE Academy-Mon Repos 547 4
77 Akash Maniram Academy of Excellence 547 3
77 Natascia Sukhra Leonora Primary 547 3
77 Theresa Nascimento Greenwich Park Primary 547 3
88 Michelle Su Leonora Primary 546 3
88 Yogita Sookra Queenstown Primary 546 2
88 Jonathan Raghobar Corriverton Primary 546 6
88 Monita White Marian Academy 546 G/town
88 Akiela David St Gabriel’s Primary 546 G/town
88 Kayla Tilbury Westfield Prep 546 G/town
94 Ricardo Narine Success Elementary 545 4
94 Melinda Jairam 545 4
94 Atiyya Harry Academy of Excellence 545 3
94 Muhammad Boodhoo Belle West Primary 545 3
98 Joshua Melville Parafait Harmony Primary 544 3
98 Otylena Persaud Success Elementary 544 4
98 Tieanna Croal Watooka Day Primary 544 10
101 Kristen Bowen St Gabriel’s Primary 543 G/town
101 Deborah Warner Success Elementary 543 4
101 Jonathan Arjune Covent Garden Primary 543 4
101 Rachel Benjamin Academy of Excellence 543 3
101 Kellianna McKay 543 3
106 Videsh Narine 542 3
106 Amesha Singh 542 3
106 Krystol Watkins 542 3
106 Alieya Ali 542 3
106 Ameer Khan Meten meer zorg Islamic 542 3
106 Devanjali Ramkellawan Taymouth Monar Primary 542 2
106 Aretha Fraser Success Elementary 542 4
106 Andrea Howard Westfield Prep 542 G/town
114 Rhea Baldeo Al Ghazali Islamic 541 G/town
114 Anish Sankar Mae’s Under 12 541 G/town
114 La Shae Patoir St Agnes Primary 541 G/town
114 Tyrell Davis Watooka Day Primary 541 10
114 Angelina Tahal All Saints Primary 541 6
114 Farad Alibaksh Skeldon Primary 541 6
114 Ashana King Winsor Forest Primary 541 3
121 Marissa Mai Providence Primary 540 4
121 Latannie Schultz St Therese Primary 540 6
121 Antwan Michael Watooka Day Primary 540 10
121 Ricardo Dabie Rama Krishna Primary 540 G/town
121 Crystal Hoyte Green Acres Primary 540 G/town
121 Najeebah Hussain ISA Islamic 540 G/town
127 Shenique Bourne Green Acres Primary 539 G/town
127 Tsayahpet Adams Westfield Prep 539 G/town
127 Mowally Jeyne Josel Edu Inst 539 G/town
127 Farisa Douglas New Guyana School 539 G/town
127 Liam Carpenter 539 G/town
127 Antone Herod Winfer Gardens Primary 539 G/town
127 Omari Smartt Friendship Primary 539 4
127 Chaitram Achaibar Lusignan Primary 539 4
127 Alanis Bonar Success Elementary 539 4
127 Adesh Chattergoon 539 4
137 Faith Mahabub Chateau Margot Primary 538 4
137 Abigail McCollin Corneila Ida Primary 538 3
137 Haresh Ramdin Academy of Excellence 538 3
137 Saahirah Kasim Marian Academy 538 G/town
137 Houshadai Arjune Dharmic Rama Krishna 538 G/town
137 Richie Goring South Ruimveldt Primary 538 G/town
137 Amrita Ramsaroop Rama Krishna Primary 538 G/town
144 Danica Wilson Royal Halls of Learning 537 10
144 Tehani Henry Graham’s Hall Primary 537 G/town
144 Khaalid Khan ISA Islamic 537 G/town
144 Shania Azeez Green Acres Primary 537 G/town
144 Daniel King 537 G/town
144 Zende Lyken New Guyana School 537 G/town
144 Israel Desir Marian Academy 537 G/town
144 Bianca Lindo St Gabriel’s Primary 537 G/town
144 Destiny Payne St Margaret’s Primary 537 G/town
144 Emily Persaud Academy of Excellence 537 3
144 Mikayla Thomas Genesis Early Childhood 537 3
144 Milton Williams Kuru Kururu Primary 537 4
144 Matthew Balack Success Elementary 537 4
144 Jia Xin Liu 537 4
144 Vettorie Lathman Massiah Primary 537 6

RESULTS BY REGION

NATIONAL
GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT – 2016
CANDIDATES
SECURING THE TOP TEN PLACES BY REGION
NAME SCHOOL NAME MARKS School
Awarded
REGION #1
1 Chandy Rodrigues Santa Rosa Primary 506 Santa Rosa Sec
2 Naoia Wells St Mary’s Primary 500 North West Sec
3 Julia Gonsalves Santa Rosa Primary 491 Santa Rosa Sec
4 Reah Henry Kamwatta Primary 485 Santa Rosa Sec
5 Telkia Torres Santa Rosa Primary 481
6 Josiah Williams Port Kaituma Primary 479 Port Kaituma Sec
7 Altyah La Rose Santa Rosa Primary 475 Santa Rosa Sec
8 Natalia Inniss Hosororo Primary 474 North West Sec
9 Triston Ramkarran Santa Rosa Primary 470 Santa Rosa Sec
10 Ken Warde Mabaruma Primary 468 North West Sec
REGION # 2
1 Yovendra Singh Suddie Primary 553 Queen’s College
2 Yogita Sookra Queenstown Primary 546
3 Devanjali Ramkellawan Taymouth Manor Primary 542
4 Angelita Chattergoon Hampton Court Primary 535 The Bishops’ High
5 Andriana Roberts Taymouth Manor Primary 534
6 Aliyah Doodnauth Sparta Primary 521 St Rose’s High
7 Tyhecia Moore Hampton Court Primary 520
7 Darshan Mohamed Suddie Primary 520
9 Kelly Sankar Suddie Primary 518
9 Dhaniram Mahadeo Aurora Primary 518
9 Jadon Campbell Suddie Primary 518
REGION # 3
1 Jonathan Ganga Leonora Primary 560 Queen’s College
2 Breanne Boucher Genesis Early Childhood 556
3 Luke Mangal Academy Of Excellence 555
4 Karuma Lall 553
5 Arvind Naraine 552
5 Javid Nizamudin 552
5 Aditya Gobin Leonora Primary 552
5 Annalisa Charles 552
9 Justin Persaud Academy Of Excellence 551
10 Faraz Yassin 549
10 Lakeram Persaud Belle West Primary 549
10 Nabeel Baksh Leonora Primary 549
REGION # 4
1 Chelsea Barnes Success Elementary 563 Queen’s College
2 Helia Agard 561
3 Indie Rampersaud 560
3 Justin Seecharan 560
5 Annandi Diaram Valmiki Vidyalaya 559
6 Aletha Joseph Montrose Primary 558
7 Ryon Sarjoo Swani Purnananda Pri 555
7 Jenifer Chulai Strathspey Primary 555
7 Reuben Cush Kuru Kururu Primary 555
7 Roshni Samaroo Valmiki Vidyalaya 555
REGION # 7
1 Romel Smith St John The Baptist Pri 526 St Stanislaus Colleg
2 Corena Clementson St Anthony’s Primary 500 Three Miles Sec
3 Indrani Vanlange 493
4 Amyeda Clement Jawalla Primary 488 DC Ceasar Fox Sec
5 Navin Baboolall Higher Achievers Inst 485 Three Miles Sec
6 Victoria Outridge St John The Baptist Pri 482
7 Michael Cameron 481
8 Anil Jerry Jawalla Primary 477 DC Ceasar Fox Sec
8 Nixon Williams Two Miles Primary 477 Three Miles Sec
10 Dino Chambers Paruima Primary 476 DC Ceasar Fox Sec
REGION # 8
1 Kayla Gomes Paramakatoi Primary 511 St Joseph High
2 Jilly Marcello 457 Paramakatoi Sec
3 Charlie Peters Mahdia Primary 454 Mahdia Primary
4 Akeel Bennett Micobie Primary 453
5 Asher Edinboro School of Excellence 448
6 Eulene Xavier Kopinang Primary 447 Paramakatoi Sec
6 Quinita Patrick Mahdia Primary 447 Mahdia Sec
8 Renella Da Silva Paramakatoi Primary 441 Paramakatoi Sec
9 Cao-jiaxiong John Mahdia Primary 435 Mahdia Sec
9 Audrey Joseph Tuseneng Primary 435 Paramakatoi Sec
REGION # 9
1 Akimo Demetro Arapaima Primary 536 The Bishops High
2 Isharia Richardson 528
3 Jasanyo Foo 523 St Stanislaus College
4 Kayla Xavier 507
5 Terrie Me Rae 502
6 Simone James 494
7 Jelana Fredericks 487 St Ignatius Sec
7 Keenan Williams St Ignatius Primary 487
8 Amish a Flaeera fall Arapaima Primary 486
9 Danielle Robeiro 483
9 Julissa Nelson St Ignatius Primary 483
REGION # 10
1 Erenilda DeSouza Regma Primary 551 Queen’s College
2 Jaheim Joseph Royal Halls of Learning 548
3 Tieanna Croal Watooka Day Primary 544
4 Tyrell Davis 541
5 Antwan Michael 540 The Bishops High
6 Danica Wilson Royal Halls of Learning 537
7 Emily Me Kenzie One Mile Primary 536
7 Carl Bovell Watooka Day Primary 536
9 Stephanna Wilson Royal Halls of Learning 535
10 Zabeda Rodrigues One Mile Primary 534
REGION # 11
1 Anthony Ferreira Mae’s Under 12 568 Queen’s College
1 Aryan Singh Dharmic Rama Krishna 568
3 Sarena Razak Graham’s Hall Primary 565
4 Arun Sooknarine Dharmic Rama Krishna 562
5 Davya Nandalall Mae’s Under 12 560
5 Lemuel Assing New Guyana School 560
7 Saalih Rahim ISA Islamic 559
7 Muhammad Hassad Al Ghazali Islamic 559
9 Jordon Nelson New Guyana School 558
10 Anjali Maharaj Marian Academy 557
10 Rachael Ramlall 557
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  • guyaneseonline  On July 6, 2016 at 12:50 am

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  • guyaneseonline  On July 7, 2016 at 12:02 am

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  • Gigi  On July 7, 2016 at 9:48 pm

    Eh, no surprise Guyana is following the US on beating up on “drilling and teaching to the test.” Dr Roopernarine, those “antiquated methods” are still very much promoted and practiced because, contrary to western bashing of memorizing/drilling by Asians, Asians still dominate in the STEM fields. Why is that? Is it by committing learning to long term memory and freeing up their brains to explore news pursuits to also commit to long term memory? The west may have banished this method of learning to dumb down their population at one time but I can assure you that it is back. However, it is given a new education buzzword called “rehearsal.” The hours and hours of rehearsal that performers in all fields endure to master their performance.

    I graduated this spring with a dual BA degree in childhood elementary education and special education with a concentration in Social Science. I also had to take 5 exams to become certified as a teacher in NY. Four of these these exams were timed and the fifth was an 80+ page portfolio submission (edTPA Special Education). One of the exams, CST Multi-Subject, is a combination of several subjects including math. Not only was the use of a calculator not allowed, math formulas were not provided to answer some of the questions. If one has not committed to REHEARSING multiplication facts and formulas, one would not be able to complete the exam in the allotted time and one would fail the exam. Spending 10 minutes to answer a question that only allows you 2 minutes is a recipe for failure. Spending 10 minutes to laboriously figure out 8×7, or the square root of 9 + 8, or the area and/or perimeter of a weird shaped fence, or the distance from point A to B to C to D will cost you dearly. Drilling/rehearsing was what helped me passed all 5 of my exams and not just the math portion. Remembering Blooms taxonomy; the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky, Bandura, Brunner; IDEA, NCLB, ESEA/ESSA; IEPs, 504 plans, ABA, FBA, BIP, RtI; all the various disabilities and teaching strategies/accommodations/modifications; all the latest buzzwords in education to show you are keeping abreast of the latest changes/reforms – teachers as facilitators (teachers no longer teach), best practices, reflective practitioner, differentiated instruction, scaffolding (ZPD), multi-modal learning, multiple intelligences approach, etc,etc,etc – the list is long, And all of this stuff I had to remember had to do with me “rehearsing.”

    Now for his “antiquated” remark on “teaching to the test.” The new buzzword is ‘benchmarks’ and the new buzzword of test is ‘assessment.’ Benchmark assessments are administered to students to provide reflective practitioners with immediate and ongoing feedback to facilitate students’ learning outcomes through modification and or accommodation of the curriculum goals . In layman’s terms, if, for example, the school/teacher decides that 3rd grade students will learn their 2x table the week of September 1 – 5. Firstly, the teacher prepares a five day lesson plan to include informal and formal assessments on teaching students the 2x table. Next, she goes about her task of teaching, incorporating pop quizzes and exit slips to assess daily learning. Finally she administers an end of lesson assessment. If, the teacher teaches the lesson but does not “assess” students’ learning, she is basically teaching blind because she has no way of knowing if the students learned the lesson. Yes she taught it BUT DID THEY GET IT? The only way for her to know is by “assessing” the learning outcome of the lesson, i.e, “teaching to the test” to measure learning. You have to have some standard to measure against. And there’s needs to be accountability to the parents, the taxpayers and the system. It is not surprising that the private schools get it. Parents should not have to pay EXTRA for this but they do because the system has failed.

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  • demerwater  On November 10, 2016 at 3:19 pm

    I cannot count the times that I have endured all sorts of criticism for my method of learning. I went through the era of reciting tables, poems, songs etc. from memory. I would end, rather tamely, with some remark like, “What can I say?” or “Works for me”.
    It was not so long ago that I looked at the following site; and understood why it worked.

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