Rabi Students, Christine Aisea (from left), Year 13 examination marks from Ministry of Education on December 13 selive Rebuna and John Corrie after collecting thier, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.
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Ben Corrie was so wanting to receive his, on Wednesday so as to receive it he left Rabi and found its way to Suva.
The 19-year-old Rabi SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL student was along with a close friend to obtain their re yesterday sults.
“When I heard that the marks arrived I left home to come quickly to Suva because I was too excited to see my marks. I’m glad that i made and passed my parents proud,” said the next youngest of five siblings.
“I must say i studied hard for the exam because I’m the first in my own family to accomplish Year 13. Till Year 11 my older siblings only studied. I wanted to create my children proud and I assume I did so.
“I didn’t know very well what to anticipate, but alternatively I was excited to see my marks. I’m glad I found Suva because I could see my marks fast since it would take sometime back.
“Year I will attend the Univer­ next;sity of the South Pacific. I intend to do Human Resource Management,” he said.
“I’m glad that my effort has paid, but this is actually the beginning because I’ve quite a distance to go just.”
Edited by Jonathan Bryce
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