Online Examination Preparation in Jamaica students get into high schools of first choice Gsat Young Scholars, Tuesday, July 11, 2006 A groundbreaking online educational initiative to enhance the GSAT preparation and promote fun learning has taken Jamaica by storm and has yielded excellent results. The learning system found at has yielded success beyond the developers’ imagination in its first year. To date, the company has been bombarded by emails from subscribers (schools, parents and students) advising of their success in the GSAT examination and their placement in the school of their first choice.

“I think GoGSAT is quite good! I find that my child enjoys working on the site. GOGSAT is definitely an excellent addition to what is available,” says Dr. Leachim Semaj.

“The experience has been wonderful and no doubt has contributed to my daughter’s excellent performance in the GSAT Exams,” says Yvonne L. Barrett-Rochester, Billing & Receivables Supervisor at the MBJ Airports Limited Sangster International Airport.

“I am sure that GoGSAT played an integral part in my son’s success,” reported Debra Parson, whose son secured a place at Calabar High School.

“GoGSAT provided great practice in a different setting with immediate results.” Parents are not the only ones singing the praises of GoGSAT.

Student Rashana Anderson wrote: “In the GSAT Examinations, the GoGSAT system has helped me in different ways that I can’t explain. When the results were being called out I was astonished to hear that I got my first choice which is Montego Bay High School. The GoGSAT system increased my confidence and academic skills. It has increased my knowledge . Thanks for everything. My mom says thanks and hopes your program helps more children like me.”

Principal of Rollington Town Primary, Mrs. Margaret Bailey also took the time to write to GoGSAT to express her appreciation for the system which was used to enhance the preparation of students for the examination at that school.

“Thank God for GoGSAT. The children love it, the teachers love it. It has helped us to achieve our goal. I am definitely on it for next year!”

“I am ecstatic that we achieved these results in our first year,” said Shalette Ashman-East of GoGSAT, “we are here to stay and will only get better.

We are adding more fun GSAT learning activities to our system and will ensure that students are adequately prepared for their GSAT examination.” The company vows that developing the skills, knowledge and awareness to live, work and play successfully in an increasingly technologically driven society will be only a mouse-click away. And they are predicting that Jamaicans will see improved results in the CXC examinations in 2007 as more Jamaicans are logging on and preparing for CXC using the sister site at Development of the infrastructure is provided by the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, a Florida-based educational research company, while the website is sponsored by Scotia Jamaica Life Insurance Company Limited.