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CXC® Issues Early Results Release Request Reminder To Candidates

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The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®) wishes to remind candidates that they may request Early Results Release for tertiary institution applications.

This process allows results to be sent quickly to universities or colleges when preliminary exam results are released.

Early Results Release requests may be submitted online at https://www.cxc.org/request-transcriptorder-form during the Transcript order process.

During the checkout process, candidates should indicate ‘Early Release’ in the notes section, to allow for expedited processing.

Transcripts are not delivered to individuals, only organisations such as educational institutions, evaluation agencies and prospective employers.

The deadline for submitting Early Results Release requests is 17 August 2023, ahead of the release of preliminary results of the May/June examinations, on 24 August 2023. On the day of the release, candidates may visit CXC’s Online Student Portal at https://www.cxc.org/student-results  and log on to access their preliminary results.

Further details of the Early Results Release request process may be found at https://www.cxc.org/early-release.

SOURCE: Caribbean Examinations Council 

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