started this petition to
Caribbean Examination Council
There was a breach in the CSEC Math 2019 Examination. This breach occurred in Trinidad, one of the CARICOM countries that sit the CXC Exams. The breach involved exam students using cellular devices and, to some extent, textbooks during the course of the exam. This was all facilitated by the invigilator of the exam, who has since been dismissed of their duties by the Council. As of present, there is an ongoing investigation into the matter since the release of a video that went viral.
It would be unfair if these students are allowed a free pass, and equally unfair if only selected schools/students are allowed to resit a supplementary exam. The extent to which exams could have been scanned and shared, not only nationally, but regionally is unfathomable. Students could have been privy to the exam questions earlier than the start time and they could have sent these images on social media to their counterparts in other schools across the country and region. The invigilator also could have further compromised the situation by sharing the exam with other invigilators.
Given the conditions and circumstances, it is only fair and just that ALL students in the entire region resit a supplementary Math exam which should be done before the end of the exam period, June 6th, 2019.
Sign this petition to avoid unfairness and let's have a clean, unquestionable exam result in August 2019!