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Radio Emmanuel
Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 12:47
The Head Teacher of Torit Day Secondary School in Imotong State says the repetitive delay of senior four examination affects completion of the syllabuses stated in the curriculum.
Valarie Afara says the education program should run as written in the curriculum of education for better performance of students. Radio Emmanuel  reports.
He says the senior four exams set for February will affect the incoming students in the coming academic year.
Afara says students are left behind due to delay examination that always interrupts their lessons.
He says the secretariat of examination in Juba should make sure that examination is done in time in order for the fresh students to complete their syllabus before the end of the academic year ends
Mr Afara says these interruptions reduce the number of weeks from the terms that distress Teachers and students.

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