St Lucia's 2020 Common Entrance results revealed
St Lucia's 2020 Common Entrance examination results were presented this morning via a Zoom presentation held by the Ministry of Education.
2183 candidates sat the examination with a range of composite scores from 17.22% to 98.22%.
St Lucia's students achieved a higher mean score of 64.26% relative to the years 2017-2019.
Due to tied scores, eleven students made the top ten, consisting of four males and seven females.
The top student was Dominique George from Dame Pearlette Louisy Primary who scored 98.22% and will be attending St Mary's College.
The top ten students for Common Entrance 2020. Note that Faith Francois should be listed as female.
Females outperformed males in all three components: English, Mathematics and General Paper.
The average subject performance was 66.17 % for English Language, 63.87% in Mathematics and 62.75% in General Paper.
The number of students obtaining less than 40% has declined relative to 2019 results.
The mean performance for districts saw four districts achieve above the national mean and four score below.
Minister of Education Hon Gale Rigobert said that the 2019-2020 class would go down in history for their resilience in face of the unprecedented circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to the pandemic, this year's examination was multiple-choice only and included concepts covered up to the end of the first term.
Congratulations to all of our students for their efforts and achievements during this difficult time.