Trinidad and Tobago’s young scholars continue to shine as seven T&T students were among the top ten highest scorers in the biology unit I of the June 2023 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). The CAPE Merit list, which was released on Tuesday, showed TT students dominating the top ten lists of many subjects including French unit I, communication studies, chemistry unit I, physics unit I, physical education and sport, and Spanish unit I which listed only TT students.
St Joseph’s Convent Port of Spain’s Erin Quamina placed first in the region. Bishop Anstey High School’s Jada Ottley placed second while tying for fourth place were Arun Kavi Ramnarine of Hillview College, Mark Earl Mahadeo, and Sean Aden Sahadath of Presentation College Chaguanas.
Tying for seventh place were Sudesh Mukesh Ramdath of Naparima College and Erin Newton of St Augustine Girls’ High School. Aeriel J Alexis of TA Marryshow Community College, Grenada placed third in the region, Dondre Donovan Mcfarlane of Campion College, Jamaica also tied for seventh place, and Giselle Michaila Byfeld of Campion College, Jamaica placed tenth.
The Office of the Prime Minister of TT, the PM congratulated the parents, teachers, and students in the biology unit for their outstanding achievements and for continuing to make Trinidad and Tobago proud.