The things children at Remera Academy do to pass exams

“Copying down notes you are given by the teacher is not enough. You need to revise them and ask your friends or teacher to help you understand difficult topics.” Lilian Ineza 12, P.6.
Lilian Ineza
Lilian Ineza

“Copying down notes you are given by the teacher is not enough. You need to revise them and ask your friends or teacher to help you understand difficult topics.”
Lilian Ineza 12, P.6.

“Carelessness is something we must avoid because it’s one of the reasons that make students fail exams.”
Tonny Ruzindana 13, P.6.

“There are some pupils who tend to be absent around examination time yet this is the right time to do revision with others and get help from teachers.”
Allen Mutesi 11, P.5.

“Pupils should stop reading at the last moment in order to avoid panic. You fail exams sometimes because you want to read everything at the last minute.”
Angella Brenda 13, P.6.

“Teachers need to give us more assignments and revision time which would help us prepare better for the final exams.”
Monica Kirabo 12, P.5.

“I would like to advise pupils to revise their books and not just come to the examination room prepared to copy from their friend’s work.”
Sheba Keshozi

“Being smart helps you pass exams because if you to are dirty throughout the school term, you can’t concentrate on what is being taught in class.”
Derrick Bagambe 14, P.6.

“Those students who failed term one, shouldn’t focus so much on their past but concentrate on what they are doing today so that they can improve.”
Mike Mugisha 11, P.5.

“Having discipline at school is important when it comes to passing exams. Even if you are not very intelligent, your friends will still approach you for help and this helps you to improve your knowledge.”
Fabrice Dusabe 11, P.5.

“Another tactic for passing highly is to participate in class and ask teachers whenever you have not understood.”
Brian Mutsinzi 12, P.6.

 

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