Electronic Testing

Electronic Testing

Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) electronic testing is coming soon! Electronic testing will allow learners to take their CXC examinations on a computer or electronic device. This exciting, new initiative is in keeping with CXC’s commitment to observe global quality standards in the delivery of examination services and deliver enhanced learner experiences through the consistent use of technology.

Electronic testing will bring regional learners up to speed with worldwide test-taking practices and provide them with the flexibility to interact with images, video, audio and other resources during their examinations. CXC’s electronic testing format will adhere to world-class security standards which will guarantee the integrity of the test taking. The Council will launch this platform for all January 2017 Caribbean Secondary Education Certification (CSEC) multiple choice exams.

CXC will pilot its electronic testing platform during the week of 25 April 2016. This is an excellent opportunity for candidates who are registered for the May/June 2016 CSEC and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) to practice ahead of their exams. For both CSEC and CAPE, candidates selected to participate in electronic pre-test must be registered for the May/June 2016 examinations.

The format of the examinations will be Multiple Choice for all Paper 01, and Structured/short answer questions for Paper 2s and 3/2s for Cape Units 1 and 2 – Applied Mathematics and Geography.

The CSEC subjects that will be pre-tested electronically include Additional Mathematics, Information Technology, Principles of Accounts, Biology, Caribbean History, English A, Mathematics, Office Administration, and Religious Education. The CAPE subjects to be pre-tested electronically are Agricultural Science, Units 1 and 2; Communication Studies, Environmental Science Units 1 and 2; Applied Mathematics Units 1 and 2; and Structured Papers 2 and 3/2; Digital Media Units 1 and 2, Geography Units 1 andv2, Structured Papers 2 and 3/2; Caribbean Studies Unit 1;
Entrepreneurship Units 1 and 2, History Unit 1, Logistics and Supply Chain Units 1 Multiple Choice, and Tourism Units 1 and 2.