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Guyana: Education: CAPE performance higher than regional average – CXC announcement – 2021

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) is announcing the results of this year’s CSEC and CAPE examinations at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre at Liliendaal, Georgetown (Photo: Vishani Ragobeer/ October 14, 2021)

At the 2021 sitting of the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE), the performance of Guyana’s students was marginally higher than the rest of the region. In Guyana, 88 per cent of the CAPE candidates attained acceptable Grades One to Five passes as opposed to the Caribbean’s 87 per cent pass rate.

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Guyana: Education: CXC exams kick off in Guyana; despite COVID-19

 in Demerara Waves – July 13, 2020 – by Samuel Sukhnandan 


With many countries having already moved to cancel all written examinations for students at  various educational levels, Guyana and the rest of the Caribbean have instead taken the other route.

As such, students commenced their written examinations for the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) Monday.

However, Education Minister Nicolette Henry noted in an address to students that these examinations are being done under stringent COVID-19 guidelinesContinue reading

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