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Morgan Learning Centre attains excellent results at 2016 CSEC Exams

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The Morgan Learning Centre (MLC) located in John Street, Campbellville offers part time classes for secondary school students and even adults and for a few years has been preparing students in the lower forms for the CSEC exams.

 

This year 12 -year- old Chirag Chandwani, a first form student attending the Mae’s Secondary wrote Principles of Accounts and attained a distinction.

 

Chirag Chandwani
Chirag Chandwani

The young man told News Room it was a tough task but with the help of the school’s principal Orin Morgan and his parents, he succeeded.

 

“Sir Morgan prepared us very well, he made everything possible for me to get a distinction, we worked days and nights …I would like to thank my parents because they’re the ones that motivated me and encouraged me and I would also like to thank God because without him that won’t be possible, ” Chirag said.

 

Chirag is hopeful that he would be able to write a few more subjects before he enters fourth form and expressed interest in Principles of Business, EDPM and Economics.

 

Five Third Form students also took a shot at writing Principles of Accounts with three persons attaining distinctions and two achieving grade twos.

 

Shermar Berkley of the Central High attained a distinction, ” preparation for me was very hard… the test compared to the preparation was very easy…  I plan to write POB, OA and maybe Economics.”

 

Shermar Berkley
Shermar Berkley

 

Another Third form student Princess Charles related to News Room that she was once a slow learner but now she has improved attaining a Grade two in Principles of Accounts.

 

Princess Charles
Princess Charles

 

The  Centre prepared some 15 fourth form students for subjects including Principles of Accounts, Business, Office Administration and Mathematics, with the lowest score being Grade twos. We also spoke to some of these students, who shared similar sentiments as their peers.

 

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The Centre’s principal, Orin Morgan said the results have shown the potential of Guyanese students to do well regardless of which level they are in school, noting that it takes collective effort to assist these students.

Orin Morgan
Orin Morgan

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