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Education Ministry Announces Minimum Standards Test Results Release


The Ministry of Education, Sustainable Development, Innovation, Science Technology and Vocational Training informs all parents/guardians of students who wrote the 2023 Grade Two and Four Minimum Standards Tests of the following:

  1. Results will be available at the respective District Education Offices on the following dates:

                Grade 2:         Friday 18 August, 2023

Grade 4:         Friday 25 August, 2023

  1. Parents/guardians who are not able to visit the District Education Office and wish to have an electronic copy of the result emailed to them should make their request through the following email addresses:

Grade 2:

Grade 4:

Please note that the request must be made using the student’s official school email address and should include the student’s name, school and grade level.

The Ministry of Education thanks all parents/guardians for your patience and understanding and looks forward to continued cooperation.

SOURCE: Ministry of Education


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