More than 900 BSSC students studying VCE Unit 3-4 subjects were back at the college today for the first time in months to sit the General Assessment Test (GAT).
COVID restrictions made it a logistical challenge for the college, with the students spread across 70 rooms with 84 supervisors. Both levels of the Ulumbarra Theatre foyer were also used to meet with the restrictions.
Principal, Dale Pearce, said the pandemic meant the GAT was of greater significance than ever this year, so it was important students did as well as possible.
The GAT is a three-hour test of general knowledge and skills in written communication, mathematics, science and technology, humanities, the arts and social sciences.