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    Gokomere sets new grade 7 exam record

    ...Victoria Junior gets 30 pupils with 4 units


    MASVINGO – Gokomere Central Primary School head Bernard Baye retired in style when he set a new grade 7 exam pass rate (in terms of quality) with 46 pupils attaining four units in the just released 2016 results.
    Baye retired as a teacher last week.
    Gokomere raised the record from the 40 pupils it attained in 2015 to the 46 it attained this year.
    Most of the high performing grade 7 schools in Masvingo achieved better results this year than last year.
    Helen Mcghie has 14 pupils with 4 units and this is the same as last year and the pass rate stands at 99%, up from 97.85.
     In terms of pupils with 4 units Victoria Junior comes second after Gokomere with 30 pupils attaining with 4 units.  Last year the school had 26 pupils with 4 units.
    Shakashe in Rujeko recorded a 95% pass rate compared to 97.14 in 2015. It had 18 pupils who attained 4 units and this was a 100 percent jump from the nine last year.
    Two schools are using Runyararo Primary as an exam centre and these schools are Runyararo and Francis Aphiri. They both had a total of 35 pupils who scored 4 units as compared to 22 in 2015.
     Vurombo has 14 pupils who obtained 4 units up from 10 in 2015 and the pass rate was 93% from 87.78 the previous year.
     Marozva is the best school in Bikita District in terms of pupils who got 4 units. The school has 14 of those and it recorded 97.25% pas as compared to 77.5% in 2015.education news
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