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STUDENTS HERE IN ST. KITTS AND NEVIS HAVE BEGUN TO WRITE CAPE EXAMS
May 10, 2005

Students and private candidates here in St. Kitts and Nevis and the rest of the Caribbean region have begun writing the May/June 2005 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations or CAPE.

Three-hundred and sixty (360) students here in St. Kitts and Nevis are registered for the CAPE Exams.

At the Charlestown Secondary School Sixth Form College 26 students have registered for Unit 2, while 39 will be writing Unit 1, with 5 private candidates registered and one from the Lyn Jeffers Secondary School.

Over on St. Kitts 289 students from the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College have registered for examinations.

Here on Nevis 99 students have registered for the CXC C-SEC Exams which is written by 5th form students.

That total includes 53 from the Gingerland Secondary and 46 from Charlestown Secondary.

At the Charlestown Secondary School there are 64 subject entries by males with 202 entries by females in the CAPE Exams.

At the C-SEC Level at Charlestown 127 entries for males and 221 entries for females, while at the Gingerland Secondary 136 entries for males and 266 entries for females.


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