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42,000 students will sit for the GSAT Exam in two weeks 03/05/2014 - By TeachItToKids.com E Learning Jamaica

42,000 students will sit for the GSAT Exam in two weeks

42,000 students will be sitting the examination Grade Six Achievement Test (GSAT) in two weeks and according to the Ministry of Education preparations are at an advanced stage of readiness for this year’s sitting.


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E Learning in Jamaica WIN PRIZES and try our Fun Animated Games 02/05/2014 - By TeachItToKids.com E Learning Jamaica

E Learning in Jamaica WIN PRIZES and try our Fun Animated Games

E Learning Jamaica is fun with TeachItToKids.com. WIN PRIZES!! We offer FREE lessons, games, exercises, practice test, stories, and MORE!!! Take quizzes and practice test to prepare for any exam for FREE.


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GSAT Practice Papers | GSAT Mathematics | Maths 01/02/2014 - By Teach It To Kids.com

GSAT Practice Papers | GSAT Mathematics | Maths

Students with weak basic math skills, regardless of locating a GSAT Mathematics Practice Papers, will find the subject confusing and difficult (and get poor grades). We recommend to use the FREE GSAT lessons on our website, TeachItToKids.com


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10 Common Mistakes When Preparing for the GSAT Math Test 12/28/2011

Taking the GSAT math test is never an easy venture because math can be a difficult and complex subject. But most students do poorly on the GSAT math tests not so much because the material is too difficult to understand as much as the student's study habit


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Math of the World 07/07/2010

Math of the World

If you know where to look, you can find math anywhere you go. Math is not just in the numbers on a cash register or at a football game.


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A Sweet Advance in Candy Packing 07/05/2010

A Sweet Advance in Candy Packing

Don't play with your food—unless you're doing a science experiment. Then, you might learn something surprising.That's what happened recently when researchers started amusing themselves with M&Ms.


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Math and our number sense: PassGSAT.com 07/05/2010

Math and our number sense:  PassGSAT.com

Not all math skills are learned in the classroom. Some of them come naturally. Consider the split-second calculations you make when you estimate the number of empty seats on the school bus or gauge the number of cookies in a cookie jar.


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Monkeys Count 07/05/2010

Monkeys Count

Monkey see, monkey hear, monkey count.

Rhesus monkeys can match the number of faces they see to the number of voices they hear, a new study shows. This finding suggests that monkeys can keep track of small numbers, and they don't need language to do it.


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Setting a Prime Number Record 07/05/2010

Setting a Prime Number Record

What's the biggest number you can think of? A billion? A trillion? A googol? (That's 1 followed by 100 zeroes.) Whatever number you come up with, there's always a larger one.


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Prime Time for Cicadas 07/05/2010

Prime Time for Cicadas

If it hasn't happened yet, it could occur any day now. The first signs are little holes in the ground in yards, orchards, and fields. Then, one warm evening, big, red-eyed bugs start crawling out of the holes.


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