Ministry of Primary & Secondary Education responds to parents’ concerns after eMap website goes down

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The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has responded to parents’ concerns over the eMap website which went down over the weekend a day before the first deadline.

Ministry spokesperson Mr Patrick Zumbo said parents must not panic as their children will get form one places anyway. Speaking to The Herald he said:

Parents should not panic over the electronic application platform as their children will eventually get places anyway.

As a result of the website going down a day before the deadline the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education extended the deadline at a yet to be announced date.

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