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ALL DONE! Thousands of children took the Barbados Secondary Schools Entrance Examination (BSSEE) yesterday at several schools across the island and, after the examinations, many expressed relief at the test’s completion. Pictured after taking the examination at Foundation School, St.Christopher’s Primary School student Kaiel Johnson shared that he found the Composition and the English to be easy, but the Mathematics was challenging.  (See pages 2 and 3)

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Relieved was how these St. Christopher’s Primary School pupils described the feeling of knowing the examination was behind them.

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Mom, Kysha Banfield-Best, embracing daughter, Keana Banfield and her daughter’s friend, Allyah Sealy, after the Common Entrance exam.

Students happy exam is over

A few tearful but mostly smiling faces greeted awaiting parents and guardians following the day’s Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination (BSSEE).

(L-R) Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kenneth George; Director of the Leptospira Laboratory, Dr. Marquita Gittens; IICA Representative in Barbados, Ena Harvey and Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Mark Trotman, sharing a few words at the end of the workshop launch.

(L-R) Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Kenneth George; Director of the Leptospira Laboratory, Dr. Marquita Gittens; IICA Representative in Barbados, Ena Harvey and Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. Mark Trotman, sharing a few words at the end of the workshop launch.

Delegates came from all over the region to attend the workshop.

Delegates came from all over the region to attend the workshop.

Joint Lepto fight

CARIBVET, the European Union, Inter-American Institute for Co-operation on Agriculture (IICA), Pan-American Health Organisation (PAHO), the University of the West Indies (UWI) and the Ministry of H

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