Christian Aaron Gieowarsingh of the Kingstown Preparatory is the top student in 2018 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA).
Grade 6 students registered for the 2018 CPEA concluded their final examination on Friday May 18, 2018.
Christian earned the highest average score recorded of 95%.
Makaya Shonika Gumbs of the Georgetown Government School took the second position with an average of 94.20%
Three students earned an average of 94% for the third position. They are: Oneil Omar Sprott, of Kingstown Preparatory School, Krista Alana Williams of Troumaca Government School and Azaria Kylie Commissiong of Windsor Primary School.
The first 10 places in this year’s CPEA were taken by the Calliaqua Anglican Primary-1student, Georgetown Government-1, Kingstown Preparatory-2, Layou Government-1, St. Mary’s Roman Catholic-2, Troumaca Government-1, and Windsor Primary-2 students.
Radelia Nicolette Grant of Bequia Anglican Primary earned the Highest Score in Maths of 94.67%, Azaria Kylie Lia Commissiong of Windsor Primary and Aija Jenae Zahra Neverson of Windsor Primary scored 100% in Science, Azaria Kylie Lia Commissiong of Windsor Primary and Kiara Calcia Hazell of Lower Bay Primary School scored 100% in Language, while Adia Safiya Daniel of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic earned the highest average in Social Studies of 88.00%.