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  • Results from the recent Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations for grades four and five will be made available to schools on September 13 and October 4, respectively.
  • This announcement was made by Minister with responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda, at the Ministry’s annual Back-to-School Press Conference, held in the Ministry’s Conference Room, at National Heroes Circle, on Thursday (August 29).
  • “We have been monitoring the feedback regarding the successful sitting of the PEP examinations. Let me assure all Jamaicans that the results for the Primary Exit Profile for grades four and five [for 2019] will be made available to schools,” Mr. Samuda said.

Results from the recent Primary Exit Profile (PEP) examinations for grades four and five will be made available to schools on September 13 and October 4, respectively.

This announcement was made by Minister with responsibility for Education, Youth and Information, Hon. Karl Samuda, at the Ministry’s annual Back-to-School Press Conference, held in the Ministry’s Conference Room, at National Heroes Circle, on Thursday (August 29).

“We have been monitoring the feedback regarding the successful sitting of the PEP examinations. Let me assure all Jamaicans that the results for the Primary Exit Profile for grades four and five [for 2019] will be made available to schools,” Mr. Samuda said.

“The presentation of the results for the Primary Exit Profile for grades four and five will be similar to that of grade six,” he added.

The detailed subject report will consist of two pages that will provide comprehensive information on students’ achievement in specific sub-categories in all subjects: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Language Arts.

Grade-five students sat the inaugural Performance Task Tests for their demographic between June 18 and 21, while grade-four students sat their Performance Task Tests on May 30 and 31.