Caribbean Examinations Council


What is CSEC?
CSEC refers to the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate and the CSEC examinations are aimed at students who have reached the 16+ age of secondary level...
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:38 AM
What subjects are being offered at the CSEC level?
Click here for a List of Subjects.  They may also be obtained from CXC Local Registrar.
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What is a Resit candidate?
A Resit Candidate is any candidate who is repeating a subject or Unit, in the case of CAPE, and is re-using the moderated SBA mark achieved in that subjec...
Mon, 11 Sep, 2023 at 10:09 AM
Who is considered a Private candidate?
Someone who is not in a full-time educational institution like a school.  A private candidate is registered at a part-time centre or an educational institut...
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:39 AM
What exam papers do I need to complete when studying by myself?
Private candidates are required to write the compulsory papers but will have the option of not completing the school based assessment (SBA). Such a candidat...
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:40 AM
How many subjects can a student write at one sitting?
Students can sit as many subjects as they wish at a single sitting.
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:40 AM
What qualifications are required before I can attempt CSEC?
There is no qualification requirement to pursue CSEC examinations.
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:40 AM
I am not attending any school or a part-time educational institution but want to register for the CSEC examinations. May I do so via the Online Registration System on the Council’s website?
No. All registration must be done through an approved examination centre.  Contact your CXC Local Registrar who would be able to provide a list of approved ...
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:40 AM
How many marks do I need to obtain a Grade I pass?
It is not the policy of the Council to publicise the different grade boundaries.  Suffice to say that the marks for Grade I may vary from one subject area t...
Mon, 7 Dec, 2015 at 10:40 AM