|Our Form Two and Four students produced |
outstanding results in the recent mock exams
In Tanzania, Form Four and Two students enter the Regional Mock Exams before attempting the National Examinations.
In July 2012 Hoja secondary school students attended this examination. The results of this exam came in August, and Hoja Secondary School (at the VTC) has performed the best in the region.
I did not expect something like this. There are very big, experienced and famous schools in Ruvuma, and Hoja Secondary School has only entered this examination for the first time, yet is the first school for results.
Teachers, students and the community of that area are very happy with what has happened.
The Form Four students are siting their National Examinations in October this year. Everyone in the region is looking forward to hearing the results.
From these Mock Exams results, if these were the National Exam results, then all students would have passed .
|Volunteers Andree, Kat, and COCO Director|
Lucy Philipson a few days before the exams started
- They are used to the examinations because they are doing similar examinations every month;
- They have enough books;
- The presence of light (Electricity) enables them to have more time to study unlike other schools in the region;
- Also teachers are working very hard.
They have to go far to find water every morning, sometimes some of the students are missing the lessons because of this.