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CXC Exams Delayed

Written by Tasha Ann Miller May 26, 2021 Read More https://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news/20210526/cxc-exams-pushed-back-two-weeks

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What are the new CXC recommendations from COHSOD?

Written by Tasha Ann Miller May 20, 2021 The Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD)- Education should present the new recommendations that the Caribbean Examinations Council needs to address before exams begin in June. COHSOD had previously agreed with CXC for the examinations to be conducted in it’s normal state. This agreement came during […]

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News: CXC Blog Series 2021

Written by Tasha Ann Miller May 6, 2021 The Caribbean Examinations Council is making some well needed adjustments to aid the upcoming regional examinations in June. The deadline for the submission of School Based Assessments (SBAs) for some students in Jamaica has been extended. Jamaican students who will be sitting the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate […]

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The CXC Blog Series 2021

April 24, 2021 Written by Tasha Ann Miller It’s back. The new, fresh, and informative CXC Blog Series 2021 is packed with in-depth insights into the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) administration of the regional exams during the pandemic. The Council has a plethora of information which can be too much to digest along with it’s […]

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The CXC Blog Series: Final Grades are Out

CXC says students can now access final grades as 80% of exam reviews are now completed.

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CXC Blog Series: Overview of CXC’s Independent Review

There was an overall lowering of the SBA grades as the CXC moderators’ marks were different from the teacher awarded grades. Therefore, final grades were severely affected.