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MCC records its best ever CAPE results

The Montserrat Community College is announcing and expressing their pleasure, the preliminary results of the June 2013 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).

A Principal Paul Payne release stated that the College entered 49 candidates, which included seven part-time students, two of whom were absent for the examinations.

The students were registered under the College to write 13 CAPE Units for a total of 167 subject entries, but with two candidates reporting absent, these results are based on 163 subject entries, which the students actually wrote.   This was an increase from the 42 students who registered for 144 subject entries in 16 CAPE Units in 2012.MCC in Salem-Olveston

The College recorded 146 subject passes from 163 entries, achieving pass a rate of 89.6%, also up from last year’s pass rate of 79.4%.  This year the College achieved 100% pass rate in Applied Mathematics Unit 1, Communication Studies, Computer Science Unit 2, Information Technology Unit 2 and Environmental Science Unit 1.  Pass rates above 80% were obtained in Caribbean Studies, Biology Unit 2, Computer Science Unit 1 and Information Technology Unit1. The significant improvement in the pass rates for Applied and Pure Mathematics must be commended.

The principal reports that the top student this year was Ruian Zhu who sat and passed six CAPE Units.

T’Sean Blake, Nish Brown, Jhovan Daniel, TiVonne Howe, and Anjeanette Williams all passed five subjects with another 16 students, obtaining passes in four CAPE Units.

While 64% of the passes were at Grades IV and V, Tiffannie Skerritt obtained two passes at Grade I, one at Grade II and one at Grade III.

The overall pass rate of 89.5% is the highest achieved by the College in its nine-year history.

Educators in Montserrat and from USA have piled in applause and congratulations to the college for this new achievement. One of the overseas educators submitted, “My warmest congratulations to the Principal, staff and CAPE students. Positive indicators for future success,” while another from Montserrat, said, “Brilliant work and congratulations to all stake holders.”

One Ministry officials wrote this to the principal. “CONGRATS to you, the entire staff and students. Your hard work has been rewarded.”

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The Montserrat Community College is announcing and expressing their pleasure, the preliminary results of the June 2013 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).

A Principal Paul Payne release stated that the College entered 49 candidates, which included seven part-time students, two of whom were absent for the examinations.

The students were registered under the College to write 13 CAPE Units for a total of 167 subject entries, but with two candidates reporting absent, these results are based on 163 subject entries, which the students actually wrote.   This was an increase from the 42 students who registered for 144 subject entries in 16 CAPE Units in 2012.MCC in Salem-Olveston

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The College recorded 146 subject passes from 163 entries, achieving pass a rate of 89.6%, also up from last year’s pass rate of 79.4%.  This year the College achieved 100% pass rate in Applied Mathematics Unit 1, Communication Studies, Computer Science Unit 2, Information Technology Unit 2 and Environmental Science Unit 1.  Pass rates above 80% were obtained in Caribbean Studies, Biology Unit 2, Computer Science Unit 1 and Information Technology Unit1. The significant improvement in the pass rates for Applied and Pure Mathematics must be commended.

The principal reports that the top student this year was Ruian Zhu who sat and passed six CAPE Units.

T’Sean Blake, Nish Brown, Jhovan Daniel, TiVonne Howe, and Anjeanette Williams all passed five subjects with another 16 students, obtaining passes in four CAPE Units.

While 64% of the passes were at Grades IV and V, Tiffannie Skerritt obtained two passes at Grade I, one at Grade II and one at Grade III.

The overall pass rate of 89.5% is the highest achieved by the College in its nine-year history.

Educators in Montserrat and from USA have piled in applause and congratulations to the college for this new achievement. One of the overseas educators submitted, “My warmest congratulations to the Principal, staff and CAPE students. Positive indicators for future success,” while another from Montserrat, said, “Brilliant work and congratulations to all stake holders.”

One Ministry officials wrote this to the principal. “CONGRATS to you, the entire staff and students. Your hard work has been rewarded.”

Pic of the college compound