CXC CAPE Online Exams Results Guyana

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has announced that the results of this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE), Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate® (CSEC) and Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Level Competence (CCSLC) examinations will be released online at 6:00pm today.

Candidates may access their results via the Student Portal at In a press release, CXC said it has established a Helpdesk service to provide support to candidates accessing their results via the student portal. For assistance, candidates may contact the CXC Helpdesk service in Barbados at 1-246-227-1700 or in Jamaica at 1-876-630-5200, between the hours of 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm (AST) on Monday 5 September.

On Wednesday, April 27, 2022, the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) held an emergency meeting to discuss several matters related to the Regional Examinations. Coming out of the meeting a decision was made to delay the start of the written and practical components of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).

The examinations will be delayed by three weeks with the new start date being May 23, 2022, and end on July 1, 2022. Results are expected to be released in late August 2022 or early September 2022. The delay in the start of the written and practical examinations will not affect the oral examinations that have already begun.

The Council has also decided to give a two-week extension for the submission of School-Based Assessments (SBA). However, students who have already submitted their SBAs can use the additional time to review their work and resubmit.

THE Ministry of Education has announced that the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) has chosen Guyana as the host country to ‘release’ this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certification (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE) results on October October.

These results will be available to candidates on the CXC’s online portal from October .

The council’s representatives and Ministry of Education officials will preside over this ceremony, during which Guyana’s Minister of Education is scheduled to deliver the feature address.

The ministry noted that CSEC and CAPE were written during the period of June -July of this year. The examinations were written later this year due to the effects, consequences, and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Caribbean and the world.

Meanwhile, the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) was also affected by the pandemic and was written on August 4-5 of this year. Since 2016, CXC was contracted by the Government of Guyana to develop, administer, and mark this examination/assessment annually.

This year, to further advance the transparency and integrity of the examination/assessment, CXC’s responsibilities were extended and increased to include verification of raw scores as well as the conduct and management of all reviews or appeals after the results are published and further to present the data and analysis of each year’s assessment.

The Ministry of Education has been informed by CXC that the raw scores will be ready and will be sent from Barbados to Guyana by Tuesday, September after which the National Data Management Authority (NDMA) will standardise the scores and offer placements according to the scores and print results slips.

The Ministry of Education is happy to announce that, in collaboration with CXC, they will be announcing and releasing the results by October.

In addition, from this year NGSA candidates will NOT be penalised with their raw scores because they were older than 12 years six months at the end of March of the year the examination was written; the standardised scores per subject will be rounded up to the nearest whole number and the TOTAL score will be given as a decimal number, thereby offering candidates more fairness.

The ministry encouraged this year’s NGSA, CSEC and CAPE candidates to return all textbooks and resource materials to their respective schools. Failure to do so may result in their not being able to access results.