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CXC® Investigating Concerns of Examination Breach

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The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®) is aware of the concerns that the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC®) Math Paper 02 which was written today (Wednesday, 17 May 2023) was leaked.

This matter is of great concern to us, we have commenced our investigations and will make
a definitive statement once the investigation is completed.

In the meantime, candidates can rest assured that this matter is being treated with the highest urgency.

SOURCE: Caribbean Examinations Council 

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  1. Is this serious reporting? Who is the “us” with the concerns and who are the “we” conducting the investigation?

  2. It is clear that the paper was leaked online in multiple countries this is seriously unfair to students who spent days in some cases months preparing for the exam.

  3. Doesn’t even matter, all the bright ones abandon the Caribbean and go work for white people and businesses here has to work with the leftovers that you can tell obviously didn’t do well in Math.

  4. @Andrew, it says the source is the Caribbean Examinations Council therefore “us” and “we” are referring to CXC.


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