Registration for the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2012
Saturday 31st December, 2011 is the deadline CXC has set for receiving entries for the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2012.
This means that the CXC Local Registrars must submit exam candidates entries to the CXC head office by this deadline.
What does this mean for you?
It means that if you wish to sit the CXC CSEC exams in May/June 2012, your application must be submitted to the CXC Local Registrar in your exam territory well before this date.
We suggest that exam candidates interested in sitting the CXC CSEC exams in May/June 2012, contact their Ministries of Education or the Overseas Examinations Commission (Jamaica) by the end of October 2011, to access registration forms and to start the application process.
Private or out-of-school CXC CSEC exam candidates will need to register with the examinations section or district office of the local Ministry of Education (Overseas Examinations Commission in Jamaica).
UPDATE: 22nd October, 2011
That means from today - October 22nd, 2011 - Guyanese candidates for the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2012, have about 4 weeks to complete and send in their application forms to the examinations division, Queens College compound.
No entries will be accepted after that date.
Update 25th October 2011
Please note that Trinidad and Tobago has set November 1st, 2011 as the deadline for receipt of entries for the CXC CSEC May/June 2012 exams.
This means that you have exactly one week (7 days) from today to submit your application to sit the CXC CSEC exams in May/June 2012.
Here is a link to the application form which must be submitted in duplicate (two copies)
Update 25th October 2011
In Grenada, if you are affiliated with the TA Marryshow college the deadline for registering for the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2012 is October 28th, 2011.
Therefore, you have 3 more days in which to register for the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2012.
Update 28th October 2011
In Barbados, registration for the CXC CSEC exams will begin on Tuesday 1st November 2011 and will continue until Friday 2nd December 2011.
The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development has advised that forms are available from its Examinations Section at the Elsie Payne Complex, Constitution Road, St. Michael
The Ministry is further reminding students that one Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate subject costs BD $100 and an additional BD $35 must be paid for every extra subject.
Update: December 1st 2011
The Turks and Caicos Department of Education wishes to notify the general public that the registration period for the May/June 2012 sitting of CSEC and CAPE examinations is now open and will close on Dec. 12, 2011.
(You still have time to register to sit the CXC CSEC exams May/June 2011)