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Two months ago 6962 students all over the country sat the Primary School Examination. Since then the results were being awaited with much anticipation as the exams are considered a measurement in the Ministrys evaluating process.

Last night we showed you the three top scorers of the Orange Walk District, today our news team travelled to Corozal where we spoke to the students who scored the highest for that district.

Samuel Chan from Corozal Methodist School scored 357 points making him the top student. Although he did not make it in the top 25 for the country, he was still proud of his achievement.

Screen_shot_2011-06-07_at_8.06.05_PMSamuel Chang- 1st PSE scorer Czl Dist

I feel quite good right now because I got first in the Corozal district but I feel kind of bad because I just lost one point to getting in the first twenty fifth.”

Yari Catzim-Reporter

“What do you owed this accomplishment to?”

Samuel Chang- 1st PSE scorer Czl Dist

“The teachers including my principal, my teacher Mr. Jonathan Samos, the Principal Teacher Lucie and the Vice-Principal and also compassion and cooperation of some classmates. The Social Studies, I could have done better that is what I believe.”

Yari Catzim-Reporter

“How did you prepare for the examination, any extra classes, any extra work?”

Samuel Chang- 1st PSE scorer Czl Dist
 

“Yap, I had to study about two more hours every other day and then sometimes I had to over the work to prepare for the exam and then sometimes my grandfather would take me with the work.”

The 6th place for the district belongs to Kimani Swaso who is also from Corozal Methodist School. She told us that her parents were extremely proud of her accomplishment.

Jonathan Samuel is the standard six teacher at Corozal Methodist School. He says that the performance is due to a lot of hard work and time invested.

Screen_shot_2011-06-07_at_8.06.12_PMJonathan Samuel- Standard six teacher Czl Methodist School

“Well first of all , thanks to God, the utmost power of all knowledge and understanding he was the one who gave us the knowledge and the boys who succeeded he was a hard working boy always doing the best.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“How do you prepare the students?”

Jonathan Samuel- Standard six teacher Czl Methodist School

“Evening classes, morning classes sometimes, extra research, different sorts of things keep up the same strategies right more evening classes, more help from other teachers who have experience, my principal who helped me a lot, my vice-principal also in one way of the other we were working together as a team to just be successful in the PSE.”

Geovahn Magana came in second and Gia Smart came in third as the stop scorers in Corozal District. They are both from Calcutta Seventh Day Adventist and are proud to be able to accomplish the high scores, but wish to have done even better. Their scores were 352 and 348 respectively.

Goevahn Magana- 2nd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Really exciting, first time experience in this and it’s been a nice experience.’

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“How much did you prepared for the examinations?”

Goevahn Magana- 2nd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Well, my teachers since first term she was giving us evening and morning classes.’

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“Did you at any time just get frustrated in studying and preparing for this?”

Screen_shot_2011-06-07_at_8.06.22_PMGoevahn Magana- 2nd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Yes, I did.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“And what motivated you to continue going?”

Goevahn Magana- 2nd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“My parents said to show what to promote the school more.”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“I feel excellent but in a way I still feel sad.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“Why do you feel sad?”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Because of the grade.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“You wanted a higher grade?”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Yes mom.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“You think you worked for a higher grade?”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“More or less.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“Moving on from here where do you plan to go to high school?”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Belize Adventist College.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

“Excited about that?”

Gia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“Yes mom.”

Yary Catzim-Reporter

Anyone in particular you would like to thank for your performance?”

Screen_shot_2011-06-07_at_8.06.28_PMGia Smart- 3rd PSE scorer Czl Dist

“first of all I would like to thank God, my parents and my teacher.”

The rest of the top ten scorers for the Corozal District were Daniece Salazar 4th, Erick Lopez 5th, Kimani Swaso 6th, Xiaohua Su 7th, Joshua Vargas 8th, Jahdiel Castaneda 9th and Vannia Leonardo 10th.

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