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Debbie Marshall

Hollywood, FL

#1 Jun 24, 2006
Excellent!
Debbie Marshall

Hollywood, FL

#2 Jun 24, 2006
Good job!
Claudette

Charlotte, NC

#3 Jun 25, 2006
That is fantastic!!!
Shalette East

Hollywood, FL

#4 Jul 25, 2006


GoGSAT.com subscribers win five scholarships including top GSAT boy award!
Gsat Young Scholars, Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Jamaica's premier GSAT examination preparation website congratulates all GSAT students. We salute our phenomenal subscribers who won scholarships.

Kevin Robinson … "GoGSAT gave me the necessary practice to help with my GSAT preparation..."Kevin Robinson of Mt. Alvernia Preparatory School, St. James, outperformed his peers in this year's Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT), copping the Scotia Bank award for the top boy. "GoGSAT gave me the necessary practice to help with my GSAT preparation. I was able to perform very well in the GSAT and won the 2006 Scotia Bank Top Boy award. I will be attending Cornwall College. Thanks to my Parents, my teachers and GoGSAT." Kevin Robinson
Robert Henriques of Hillel Academy & Preparatory won a Government scholarship to Campion College. "My son Robert Adam Henriques got a Government Scholarship to Campion College ! Thanks GoGSAT. Also, special recognition MUST go to his Grade 6 teacher, Ms. Desmarie Hines and Mrs. Sheila Purdom, the Director of Hillel Academy, who both did a SUPERB job preparing the children for the exam." Deborah Lanigan
Yasheka Mangaroo of Boundbrook Primary, won the Horlicks Region 2 scholarship and will be attending Titchfield High School. "GoGSAT assisted greatly with my GSAT preparation. I passed my examination for Titchfield High and was able to win the Horlicks region 2 scholarship. Thanks GoGSAT" . Yasheka Mangaroo
Joshua Ardito of Mar Jam Preparatory, won a Government Scholarship to Campion College. "My son used GoGSAT often during his preperation, we are sure it helped him, to do better." Ricardo Ardito
Blair Henry of Santa Cruz Preparatory, won the Blue Cross- Commercial scholarship and will be attending Immaculate Conception High. "GoGSAT assisted by being an excellent study tool to assist in the timing for my exams and preparing for the type of questions that would be presented!" Blair Henry

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Alan

Kingston, Jamaica

#6 Nov 1, 2006
I suppose that this website is very nice, but why do I need
money to do that?
Alan

Kingston, Jamaica

#7 Nov 1, 2006
And what if the poor people trying to get good gsat?
Alan

Kingston, Jamaica

#8 Nov 1, 2006
why this web cant be good as most poeple think it is?
tevin

Kingston, Jamaica

#9 Dec 14, 2006
the rise i vist this website because i want to pass my EXAM
crystal campbell

Kingston, Jamaica

#10 Jan 11, 2007
that gave me an idea that this program is help full
Simone

Boca Raton, FL

#11 Jan 14, 2007
Prime Minister’s 2006 Youth Award Recipient in Question and Answer Session on Caribbeanexams.com

Tuesday January 9, 2007

Fort Lauderdale USA: 21 year-old Rochelle Morrison, recipient of the Jamaican Prime Minister’s Youth Award for Academic Excellence in 2006, will appear on Caribbeanexams.com on January 22, 2007 between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

Rochelle graduated from the Immaculate Conception High School in 2003 with eight distinctions (grade 1) in the CSEC examination including Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and Spanish as well as Additional Mathematics for which she scored a grade A. For CAPE, Rochelle earned grade 1 in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. She was awarded the CSEC and CAPE National Council Awards for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.

Extra-curricular activities played an important role in Rochelle’s high-school life and helped to develop her inter-personal and leadership skills, as among other things, she participated in chorale speaking, dancing, swimming, netball, School’s Challenge Quiz, piano and Missionary Youth Club. Rochelle was a Prefect and Deputy Head Girl at Immaculate Conception High School and was the Valedictorian for her graduating class in 2001.

She was actively involved in many aspects of university life, holding positions on her Hall Committee – Trinity Hall – at the University of the West Indies’ St. Augustine Campus in Trinidad. She also held positions in the Interact Club and was Director of International Understanding, Secretary of the Inter-School Christian Fellowship and Treasurer of the Missionary Youth Fellowship.

She was awarded Best Student in Level 1 Chemical and Process Engineering for the Academic Year 2003 – 2004 and the H.J. Fenton Memorial Scholarship for Chemical Engineering from Petrojam Ltd.(2003 – 2006). In 2006, she earned the Jamaica Institute of Engineers’ Award for Outstanding Final Year Student.

The question and answer session, featuring Rochelle will be hosted on www.Caribbeanexam.com as part of their motivational drive sessions for students sitting the CXC/CSEC examination. The system provides resources that enhance the process of preparing students for their primary and high school transitional examinations.

In her online help desk session on January 22, 2007, Rochelle will respond to questions posted by participants and provide pertinent study tips to CXC students. Passes are required for participation and Caribbeanexams.com will provide these free of cost to their subscribers. Caribbean students who wish to participate must contact Shalette East at admin@caribbeanexams.com for registration information.
des-angelo

Kingston, Jamaica

#12 Jan 18, 2007
How does GSAT work
Ashley dixon

Kingston, Jamaica

#13 Jan 28, 2007
This is great.I hope i'll past my exam
nicholas

Kingston, Jamaica

#14 Jan 29, 2007
I want become the grastest student in my class
naseen

Negril, Jamaica

#16 Feb 3, 2007
awesome dude!!!!!!!!!!keep it up
shamona

Negril, Jamaica

#15 Feb 3, 2007
great work!!!!!!!!!!
andreanna

Negril, Jamaica

#17 Feb 3, 2007
thank u for being an inspiration to mar-jam
Rene Paris

Kingston, Jamaica

#18 Mar 7, 2007
this is my first time so I will try and make the best of it. I thin it willbe a great experience to work with you. One request, I want to learn a easy way to study to past my tests when I get them
zodiann mcleod

Kingston, Jamaica

#19 Mar 11, 2007
THIS is my frist time so I WILLbe a great experience to work withyou.
roshane walker

Kingston, Jamaica

#21 Mar 17, 2007
i want to past my exams but i need help to study
rihana allen

Kingston, Jamaica

#22 Mar 18, 2007
I want to past gsat a go to a good school like jago high school and calabre high.

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