CXC Exams Stay in July
(Trinidad Guardian) Although several regional territories are concerned over the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) move to administer the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Exam (CAPE) and Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations in July, although COVID-19 response may still be a major issue for some countries, senior CXC officials say it will go on as planned.
However, CXC has assured that all efforts will be made to preserve the integrity of the exams in all territories.
#ICYMI: Yesterday Dr Wayne Wesley, CEO & Registrar of CXC, Mrs Manning, Director of Operations and Mrs Medford, Manager, Examinations Administration & Security participated in a media briefing. You can watch it here >>https://t.co/QoyqDDvD4g
— CXC (@MyCXC) May 15, 2020
During a webinar yesterday, CXC Registrar Dr Wayne Wesley said the modified strategy was aimed at minimising disruptions to the education system whilst simultaneously yielding good grades and assessing critical competencies.
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