T&T, Guyana students ‘most outstanding’ in CXC exams 2020

T&T, Guyana students ‘most outstanding’ in CXC exams 2020

Students from Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana have emerged as the most outstanding candidates in the CAPE July/August 2020 sitting.

On Thursday, the candidates received their awards during a virtual regional Top Awards Ceremony, hosted by Antigua and Barbuda. CXC officials commended all winners on their achievements which took place during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The award for Most Outstanding Performance in Mathematics was won by Abdur-Rahman Mohammed of Naparima College.

Abdur Rahman Mohammed

Xavier Joseph of Presentation College, Chaguanas in Trinidad and Tobago, won the award for Most Outstanding Performance in Environmental Science.

Rhianna Ragoonanan of Lakshmi Girls’ Hindu College in Trinidad and Tobago, excelled in the field of Humanities and receives the award for Most Outstanding Performance.

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants award for Most Outstanding Performance in Business Studies was copped by Anjali Maharaj of Naparima Girls’ High School.

Kimberly Seerattan of Lakshmi Girls’ Hindu College earned the award for Most Outstanding Performance for Language Studies.

Meanwhile, in the outstanding candidates for CSEC in the July/August 2020 sitting Shai-an Lee Wen of St Joseph’s Convent, San Fernando won the award for Most Outstanding Performance in the Humanities.

And, Keziah Sealey-Liverpool of St Augustine Girls’ High School won the Menezes-Rodney Award for Most Outstanding Performance in Caribbean History.

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