Candidates talk about their plans to excel

Last year’s Primary Six students passed at an astounding rate. If continued, Rwanda will have the highest number of excelling students. Kids Times’ Grace Gatera asked a few students at Kigali Parent’s School how they will keep up with the former candidates.
Shema Patrick
Shema Patrick

Last year’s Primary Six students passed at an astounding rate. If continued, Rwanda will have the highest number of excelling students. Kids Times’ Grace Gatera asked a few students at Kigali Parent’s School how they will keep up with the former candidates.

My current aim is to surpass last year’s performance. I will revise and concentrate better and also avoid making noise in class.
Shema Patrick P6, Kigali Parents School

My performance will beat last year’s as I plan on revising and asking more where I don’t understand. 
Dinah Mpumuriiza P6 Kigali Parents School

I aim at excelling even higher than the previous candidates through better revision strategies because P6 is
no joke.
Teta Sheila P6 Kigali Parents School

I will perform even better than the former candidates by listening to the advice of my teachers and parents. I will also revise a lot more and help my friends in lower classes.
Shema Francis P6, Kigali Parents School

 

Have Your SayLeave a comment