The Ministry of Education and Youth has reminded all schools whose students are eligible to sit the Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) in March 2007 that the registration form should be returned to its regional offices no later than October 6.
According to Sephlin Myers Thomas, Assistant Chief Educa-tion Officer in the Student Assessment Unit in the Education Ministry, parents should submit the completed registration form along with their children's birth certificates to the school before the cut off date.
The ministry said parents should comply with the registra-tion guidelines by submitting a birth certificate as proof of the child's identity.
Mrs. Myers-Thomas advised that parents should select the schools they want their children to attend. The GSAT registration form gives parents the opportunity to select five secondary level schools for their children, according to preferences.