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Prepare for your resit exams with free SEC revision classes

Prepare for your resit exams with free SEC revision classes
Jul 16 2021 Share

While the daunting task of resit examinations is nothing to get too excited about, it is part of students’ rite of passage and provides an opportunity for growth and further learning.

However, private tuition can cost a hefty sum in the build-up to exams, which is why Jobsplus’ Youth Guarantee scheme comes at just the right time.

The scheme will offer free revision classes for students sitting for Mathematics, English, Maltese, Physics or Biology SEC resits in October. Students can choose up to 3 core subjects and attend either online or in-person classes at one of four centres in Malta and Gozo.

VISIT: www.jobsplus.gov.mt/revisionclasses for more information.Register your interest today to be informed as soon as…

Posted by Youth Guarantee on Wednesday, 9 June 2021

Partially financed by the European Social Fund, these classes have been offered since 2014 and have helped over 4,500 students with their SEC resits, holding an excellent track record of passing students.

The morning classes are held three times a week and are given by dedicated and certified teachers who also provide free access to educational material and past papers

Applications for a limited number of spots will open in mid-August, around the same time that results are published, but one can register their interest or learn more by heading to the Youth Guarantee Malta Facebook page or visiting jobsplus.gov.mt/revisionclasses for more information.

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Confusion following COVID-19 testing rules for Maltese travellers to Sicily

Confusion following COVID-19 testing rules for Maltese travellers to Sicily
Jul 16 2021 Share

Sicilian authorities have confirmed that all those arriving to Sicily from Malta will be subject to COVID-19 testing upon arrival. Region president Nello Musumeci signed a decree on Wednesday, with Maltese travellers hoping for a quick visit to Malta’s neighbour being left confused following the alleged conflicting information. Anyone arriving to Sicily from Malta or who has visited Malta in the preceding 14 days will be subject to testing, even if they have been fully vaccinated and possess a certificate or green pass. 

These rules apply to Italian citizens as well as people residing in Sicily. However, a spokesperson for the Italian embassy contradicted the information, stating that the new rules would subject unvaccinated travellers to the possibility of getting tested. Maltese travellers who arrived in Sicily this morning reported that none of them were asked to submit to testing once they showed their vaccination certificate. No tests are therefore, allegedly, needed. 

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Maneskin’s ‘I Wanna Be Your Slave’ music video hits the internet

Maneskin’s ‘I Wanna Be Your Slave’ music video hits the internet
Jul 16 2021 Share

Maneskin’s single ‘I Wanna Be Your Slave’ has just been released in music video format, reaching well over 5M views in just 19 hours since its premiere. The bizarre video features everything fans loved about Maneskin as they captured the hearts of music fans during their Eurovision performance. 

With lead singer Damiano David rocking and flexing in lingerie and Victoria De Angelis’s tongue tattooed with the word ‘sin’ , fans awaiting the release have not been disappointed. 

The video hit #2 on YouTube’s trending for music as Maneskin continue to make international waves in the music scene. They did not just top charts locally but also in several other countries as a band that is sending the world into a rock n’ roll revival. 

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Problems to download jab certificates reported by fully vaccinated people

Problems to download jab certificates reported by fully vaccinated people
Jul 16 2021 Share

Despite the vaccination certificate having become crucial for travel, many fully vaccinated people are reporting facing problems when trying to download their own certificate. With more than 237,790 certificates downloaded, 25% of those eligible to access the certificate have not yet downloaded their version. Many are reporting persistent problems, with the health ministry claiming that most problems have to do with verification of information issues. 

Most are told to email [email protected], but many are also reporting the lack of replies. This poses problems to many awaiting their date of travel as COVID-19 vaccine certificates have become mandatory for travel. Parents have also expressed concern in regards to downloading their children’s certificate given that they do not possess ID cards. 

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