Rosario Reynaldo Browne of the Kingstown Preparatory School took the top spot in this year’s Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) Examination with a 98% average.


According to the preliminary results released by the Ministry of Education on Friday, 9th June, Chenise Olivia Harper of the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School and Genevieve Elizabeth McMaster of the Windsor Primary shared the second position with an average of 97.60%.




There was also a tie for the fourth position between Keanu Lawson Child of the Georgetown Government and Ashlyn Khandi Francis of the St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School, who both had an average of 97. 20%.

The Kingstown Preparatory School took five of the top ten positions, while students from the Bequia Anglican Primary School, Georgetown Government School, St. Mary’s Roman Catholic School and the Windsor Primary school, also placed among the top ten.



797 females and 737 males wrote the CPEA Examination this year.

 

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SOURCES:  National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) & Information Technology Services Division (ITSD)

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