Does anybody know when the results from January exams are being released??
This is possible dependent on where the candidate fell within the profile range. They could have received a very high A and very High D profile. The other candidate could have received a lower A and B profile also placing them in the Grade 2 range.
i hope i pass
all who is out there and pass there subjucet god bless you and keep on moveing forward
how can i get a copy of the top performers in each subject area for the 2011 csec exams
Hi there, please see link http://www.cxc.org/MeritLists
Hi there, the results are scheduled for March 2012. Kindly contact your Local Registrar at the Ministry of education for further information.
The results will be available online after mid-night on the 6th March 2012.(ors.cxc.org/studentportal)
i went on caribexams.org. On that website it had that cxc results will be released on march 3rd at 8:00 a.m. I was trying all day to access my results but it seems like that website is fraud.
Please visit ors.cxc.org/studentportal after mid-night on the 6th March 2012 to view results online.
The results for the January 2012 CSEC Examinations were issued to the Ministries and Local Registrars on 1st March 2012. Please contact the Ministry of Education/Local Registrar in your country for your results. The results however will be available online after mid-night on the 6th March 2012.(ors.cxc.org/studentportal)
Hi there, please visit link for results: https://ors.cxc.org/studentportal/
Hi there, at the moment there is no merit list published for January 2012. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.
CAPE results are reported as an overall Unit grade (Roman numerals I to VII) and three Module grades (letters A to G). Each overall grade indicates that the candidate has earned a score that lies somewhere along the band of scores associated with that grade. The same is true for each Module grade.
Maria may have earned her Grade I with a Module 1 score that was far above the cut-off score for an A, her Modules 2 and 3 scores that were far above the cut-off scores for a B and C respectively. Joe, on the other hand, may have a score just above or at the cut-off score for an A on Module 1, and may be just above the cut scores for a B on Modules 2 and 3.
Thus, when the module scores are added for Maria to give the overall score that score places Maria in the Grade I band. On the other hand when the module scores are added for Joe the overall score is less than the minimum score required for a Grade I. The overall scores reflect different overall Grades because of different patterns of performance with respect to the Modules.
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