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The Ministry of Education, Technological and Vocational Training is making a special call to students and other persons registered to write CXC examinations in 2022, to participate in its series of Literacy and Numeracy Clinics.

The clinics, which will be conducted fromApril 19 to 21, will run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each day, at two venues.

The Literacy Clinics are being hosted at Harrison College, Crumpton Street, St. Michael, while the Numeracy Clinics will be conducted at St. Leonard’s Boys’ Secondary School, Richmond Gap, St. Michael.

The sessions on Literacy will address both English A and B at the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) level, whereas those on Numeracy will address Mathematics at the CSEC level, as well as the Caribbean Certificate of Secondary Competence (CCSLC) level.

The clinics form part of the activities of the Learning Development and Examination Success Preparation Scheme, designed to support all students who deferred writing examinations offered by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) in 2021.

The intensive clinics will be followed by additional sessions leading up to the examinations. To register, interested persons should visit the Ministry’s website, or click here.

Those persons without email access should call the Help Desk at 535-0787 to indicate their interest in participating.

joy-ann.gill@barbados.gov.bb

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