Guyana Education: CAPE and CSEC Results for 2013

President’s College girl tops CAPE

AUGUST 14, 2013 | KNEWS

Shalita Appadu is this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) top student making President’s College proud. Appadu, who is not new to academic success, obtained six Grade Ones in Chemistry Unit 2; Biology Unit 2; Communication Studies; Caribbean Studies; Management of Business; Economics Unit 2; and one Grade Two in Economics Unit 1. During […]

 Anna Regina Multilateral tops CSEC

AUGUST 14, 2013 | KNEWS -By Rehana Ahamad and Javone Vickerie

Two girls from the Cinderella County of Essequibo have continued their friendly academic rivalry and emerged to become the country’s top performers at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations. The two Anna Regina Multilateral students secured an astonishing 18 grade ones. Zimeena Rasheed, the former C.V. Nunes […]      

 Guyana did exceptionally well at CSEC – Education Minister

AUGUST 14, 2013 | FILED UNDER NEWS

–    Maths, English still cause for concern      By  Abena Rockcliffe

Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand was all smiles yesterday as she celebrated both her birthday and the good academic performance of Guyana as reflected in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Examination. In Essequibo yesterday morning at the Anna Regina Multilateral, Manickchand announced the general […]

CAPE records 90% mark for first time in six years – CXC

AUGUST 14, 2013 | KNEWS

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has announced that the overall performance at the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) has reached the 90 per cent mark for the first time in six years. It said this year, 90.15 per cent of the Unit entries achieved Grades I – V, which are the acceptable grades at CAPE, […

More official results at the  Ministry of Education website : [click links below]

CARIBBEAN SECONDARY EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION MAY/JUNE 2013

MAY/JUNE 2013 CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION REPORT ON PRELIMINARY RESULTS

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