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    Everything is in place for the 2009 sitting of the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) on Thursday March 26 and Friday March 27.
    Forty nine thousand seven hundred students are registered for the examination.
    GSAT materials have been dispatched and are to be collected by the principals of schools in time for the examination.
    Presiding examiners and invigilators have been identified and trained to ensure that examination conditions are maintained during the sitting of the GSAT.
    Ministry of Education officers will be out today and Friday monitoring the administration of the examination in a sample of schools.
    Candidates have been provided with timetables indicating the day and time of each test paper. They should be at the examination centre at least fifteen minutes before the GSAT begins. The examination starts at 9:00 each morning.
    Students sitting the examination are to ensure that they-:have an adequate supply of pencils, an eraser and a sharpener.follow the instructions of the presiding examiner/invigilator.complete each test paper independently.get a good night’s rest before the examination.

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