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CaribExams is an ONLINE Resource LIBRARY AND STUDY GROUP for CXC CSEC exam candidates.

The CaribExams library provides multimedia learning resources for out-of-school learners, private candidates and in-school students preparing to sit the CXC CSEC exams.

In CaribExams, learners from around the Caribbean region come together in an online study group to support each other and prepare for their CXC CSEC exams.

 

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Submitted by admin on 20 October 2017 - 4:27pm

CXC CSEC English A exam - Paper 3/1 or Paper 3/2

For the CXC CSEC English A exam paper 3, students in school settings will do CXC CSEC English A exan paper 3/1. While private exam candidates who are not affiliated with any school will do CXC CSEC English A exam paper 3/2. The following lays out first, the requirements for CXC CSEC English A exan paper 3/1 and then the requirements for CXC CSEC English A exan paper 3/2.

CXC CSEC English A exam - Paper 3/1

Submitted by admin on 26 June 2017 - 10:15pm

CXC CSEC Social Studies tutorial: Sustainable Development and Use of Resources

Caribbean Regional Integration

Here are tutorial resources on Caribbean regional integration. They are presented by caribbeanelections.com.

These tutorials can be used to prepare for section B (2) of the CXC CSEC Social Studies syllabus.

Submitted by admin on 16 June 2017 - 11:48am

Caribbean Open math textbook and Educational Resource Repository

Using the CXC CSEC math syllabus, the Education Development Unit (EDMU) of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States. has developed an Open Educational Resource Repository for students sitting the CXC CSEC math exam. This resource repository consists of open textbooks and open math resources that are aligned with and sequenced according to the topics on the CXC CSEC math exam. The Open Educational Resources (OER) appear to be carefully selected and curated. Resources include CXC CSEC math syllabus topics, related videos, quizzes, textbooks and tutorials.

Submitted by admin on 7 June 2017 - 4:18pm

How to write a short story - Caribbean Winner 2011 Commonwealth Short Story Award

For those of you who are still struggling with how to write a short story with a Caribbean perspective, here is an example of how it can be done. Barbadian writer Kathyann Husbands wrote a short story entitled, "Love, Honour and Obeah". It won the Caribbean entry category in the Commonwealth Short Story Award 2011.

The short story is 599 words; within the range of words that is normally written for the CXC CSEC English A short story question. Kathyann has graciously agreed for her award winning story to be posted here for CXC CSEC English A students to view.

Kathyann Husbands - Barbadian writer and Information Professional

Submitted by admin on 1 June 2017 - 11:22am

How to write a short story - Caribbean Winner 2010 Commonwealth Short Story Award

For those of you who are still struggling with how to write a short story with a Caribbean perspective, here is an example of how it can be done. Grenadian artist and writer SuelinLow Chew Tung wrote a short story entitled, "A whiff bleach". It won the Caribbean entry category in the Commonwealth Short Story Award 2010.

The short story is 600 words; within the range of words that is normally written for the CXC CSEC English A short story question. Suelin has graciously agreed for her award winning story to be posted here for CXC CSEC English A students to view.

Suelin Low Chew Tung - Grenadian Artist, Writer

Submitted by admin on 3 May 2017 - 9:05pm

Response to CXC CSEC English A persuasive essay question 1.4

CXC suggests spending no more than 30 minutes to answer the persuasive essay question on Paper 2 of the English A exam. They also suggest 250 - 300 words as the length of the persuasive essay.

Persuasive Essay Question: Your school council has asked for nominations for the "Teacher of the Year award. Write a letter to the council in which you suggest someone from your school, giving strong arguments to support your choice.