FORM six students of Su’u National Secondary School in Malaita are not satisfied with their external results for 2017 following the release of the form seven results early this week.
A student speaking to the Solomon star in Auki said it was a surprising result for most of the students since most of them have been hoping to go on for form seven this year.
“From the result; only ten out more than 200 form six students have passed on to form seven which is very unbelievable compared to past years.”
The students said, for a top secondary school like Su’u , it is unbelievable and questionable to see only small number form six students pass on to form seven.
Its understood that last year the school has been affected following a break-in which resulted in damages to the exam papers.
However, no arrest has been made following the incident.
The incident has caused major concern for the innocent students and school administration on how to ensure all students results were sent fairly.
The students believe the school administration have only sent their mid-year form six exam result since some of exam papers were damaged and removed last year.
The Incident is one of the key factors which caused most of them not make to form seven this year, the student claimed.
On that, they call on the school administration to clarify the issue of stolen exam papers last year which the school has experienced late last year.
“We want the school administration to clarify its decision on the missing exam paper and what arrangement being made between the school and ministry.
“Now, most of us are unhappy because our parent spent huge money for our exam fees,” the students said.
Obviously in the result published in the newspapers most of students’ results have been on hold due to other decisions by the school heads.
By SOLOMON LOFANA