The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) can now access their registration information online.
Individual timetables are also available online on the students’ portal.
Previously, candidates only had online access to their results; however as of January 23, 2012, both students and private candidates can access their registration records online, by logging on to the students’ portal on CXC’s website at https://ors.cxc.org/studentportal.
To gain access to the portal, candidates who are registered for the May-June 2012 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advance Proficiency Examination (CAPE), sittings must use their ten-digit candidate number and the Centre’s six-digit code number, and must also possess a valid email address.
The Council is urging candidates to use the online facility to carefully review their subjects, options and personal details entered into the registration system.
Any errors observed, are to be urgently reported to the Principal or Head of the Examination Centre, where they are registered, especially since the Council has said that it would no longer be issuing printed copies of the Preliminary registration for verification.
“The online report should be reviewed regularly to ensure all records contained therein are accurate and valid” says CXC Registrar Dr. Didicus Jules.
“Any errors observed should be brought to the attention of CXC via the office of the Local Registrar” he said.
Online access will also be provided for candidates sitting the June 2012 Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Level Competence (CCSLC). That access will become available from March 1.