Grade ten students in Papua New Guinea have begun their National Examinations yesterday.
Today, over 200,000 students, sat the Mathematics and Physical Education papers.
The examinations will run until Friday.
In Port Moresby, students from 13 Secondary Schools sat for the exams.
Dela Salle in Bomana was one of the 13, with 295 students who sat the exams today.
It had external invigilators from nearby Marianville and Koiari Park Secondary.
Dela Salle was established in 1946 by the Laselian Catholic Brothers, and has been providing education to young boys for over seventy years now.
In 2005, it became a secondary school when it enrolled its first grade eleven students.
This year it registered 1,200 students. 200 of whom, are grade ten students.
This Friday, grade tens will be sitting for their final examination, the English paper, before they can be awarded the Grade 10 Certificate.