Tag: Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)

CXC against anyone pulling out of Council

CXC against anyone pulling out of Council

Akeasha Boodie Akeasha Boodie- September 25, 2020

-Registrar says CXC committed to serving Caribbean Amid allegations of a heavily-flawed grading system for this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education ... Read More

MOE CSEC and CAPE 2020 Examination Message

MOE CSEC and CAPE 2020 Examination Message

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 13, 2020

Monday July 13,2020 The Ministry of Education extends best wishes to the candidates sitting the 2020 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate ... Read More

NGSA 2020 wraps up

NGSA 2020 wraps up

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 2, 2020

... Overall turn out above 95 per cent (July 2nd, 2020) – At the end of day one, Wednesday, July ... Read More

Ministry of Education on National Examinations Consultations

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 11, 2020

Ministry of Education Press Release Thursday, June 11, 2020 The Ministry of Education wishes to provide some clarity on an ... Read More

Preparations for national examinations continue countrywide

Preparations for national examinations continue countrywide

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 10, 2020

(June 10, 2020) – The preparation of schools for the writing of national examinations continues, not only on the coast ... Read More

National Examinations 2020 – Guyana

National Examinations 2020 – Guyana

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 2, 2020

Press Release, Ministry of Education - Having received the official time table from the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC), the Government ... Read More

CXC’s Regional award ceremony…Guyanese are CSEC and CAPE Regional top students

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 7, 2019

- Queens College adjudged top CAPE school in the region - Guyanese also win Region’s top CSEC science and Business ... Read More

OCC honours three CAPE students

OCC honours three CAPE students

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 21, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana — (August 21, 2018) The Office of Climate Change (OCC), today, honoured three Climate Change Ambassadors for their ... Read More

COVID-19 Alert!

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