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Lakshmi gets 100% in CAPE

By Rachael Espinet Tuesday, August 12 2014

Advanced Level (A’Level) students from around the Caribbean received their Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) results on Sunday night at about 10 pm.

Alicia Busby, head of communications for the Ministry of Education, told Newsday the A’Level students went onto the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) website, logged on with their student identification number and pin, and got their results.

As the results are now available online, the schools’ principals have not received examination slips. Busby said the hard copy slips for the CAPE results would be available for principals to collect today.

She confirmed that the ministry has not received any negative reports about the CAPE results.

Davanand Sinanan, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA), said he has not heard any complains about the results.

Sinanan considers the release of results very “routine,” and he does not foresee any problems.

At Lakshmi Girls’ Hindu College, principal Sonia Mahase-Persad said she was very pleased with the results. Though principals are yet to receive a formal report on the students’ grades, they have received feedback about their performance from their students.

Mahase-Persad said her school had 100 percent passes for all subjects with a marked improvement with grades.

Mahase-Persad said based on her students’ performance, she thinks her school will receive more scholarships this year.

Results for the Ordinary Level (O’Level) Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) will be available at 8 o’clock tonight.

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