As the day draws near for the form four students across the country to start writing their Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE), Director of Double Knowledge Private Secondary School Ernest Nakali has warned students to guard against complacency ahead of the exams.
Nakali, who is also Pastor for Evangelical Church of Malawi made the remarks on Friday during a Speech Day ceremony held every year and this yearâ€™s event was held under the themeâ€ť Discipline is the best factory of all success.â€ť
While commending for demonstrating good behavior throughout the year, Nakali urged students especially those sitting for this yearâ€™s exams scheduled for next week to engage and extra gear in their studies.
Exams are around the corner and please this is not the time to relax. Avoid indulging in some malpractices that will make you perform miserably. Remember failing to prepare is preparing to fail,â€ť said Nakali.
He also warned the students against cheating malpractice.
Concurring with Nakaliâ€™s remarks, Head teacher for the school Mr. Steven Kaunjika said he is hopeful that students at the school will perform wonders in the forthcoming MSCE exams to be administered by the Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB).
â€śAs teachers we have done our part for the students to pass the exams and now the ball is in their court,â€ť said Kaunjika.
On her part, Lucy Nasiyaya commended the teachers for a job well down in mentoring her both academically and spiritually.
Commenting on the exams, Nasiyaya said she is ready for the exams.
â€śI have done everything for my side to pass and am ready for the exams,â€ť she said.
The event was spiced up by live performancesâ€™ from student. The event also saw eight students being awarded certificate for good behavior and others.
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