The Ministry of Education has announced that the results from the 2017 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency examination will be made available to students via the CXC website from this Friday.
Initial analysis of the CAPE results has found that Guyana has achieved a 92.57% pass rate with Grades 1- 5 at this years examinations. That represents a 7% increase in the overall pass rate, when compared to last year’s results.
100% passes were attained in most of the subject areas.
Two new subjects that were offered this year, Green Engineering and Animation and Gaming, both attained 100% passes by the Guyanese students.
The Caribbean Examination Council is still to release the CSEC results to the Ministry of Education.
Those results should be released by Thursday.
Students will be able to access their results on the CXC website by Friday, but the Ministry will officially announce the Guyana results following analysis by next Tuesday. Thousands of Guyanese students wrote the CSEC examinations.
One student here in Georgetown wrote 26 subjects at the one CSEC sitting.