Guyanese students have topped the Caribbean at both the CSEC and CAPE levels, based on information from the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC).
At the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) level, Samuel Haynes from Queen’s College has been awarded for ‘Overall Outstanding Achievement’.
The News Room reported previously that Haynes scored nine Grade One passes at the 2021 CAPE sitting.
Additionally, at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) level, Guyana also scored the top spot with Zaynab Shaffie from Queen’s College awarded ‘Overall Outstanding Achievement’. She scored 18 Grade Ones and two Grade Twos.
Meanwhile, Guyanese students scored several other regional awards.
Crystal Benjamin from the Bishops’ High School copped the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) CAPE Accounting award, in addition to seven other awardees from across the Caribbean.
Abdul Subhan, from the St. Stanislaus College, topped the region at CAPE History.
At the CSEC level, Roshini Samaroo from Queen’s College is the region’s top Humanities student; Naresh Jagnanan from the Essequibo Islands Secondary School is the region’s top Business student; and Sarena Razak from Queen’s College is the region’s top Technical Vocational student.
Riley Nurse from Queen’s College and Saalih Rahim from the Isa Islamic school also scored the ACCA CSEC Accounting award.