QC Sarena Aruna Razak is Guyana’s top CSEC performer with 19 Grade Ones 

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…. La Shea Chelsea comes in second with 18 ones 
Svetlana Marshall – Friday, November 5, 2021 

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Queen’s College student, Sarena Aruna Razak, outperformed the more than 9,000 students who wrote the 2021 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Examinations, to become Guyana’s top performer with 19 Grade Ones, 2 Grade Twos and 1 Grade Three.
Minister of Education, Priya Manickchand made the announcement on Friday as she, together with the Chief Education Officer (CEO) Dr. Marcel Huston, revealed the country’s 2021 CSEC and CAPE results at the National Centre for Education Resource Development (NCERD).
Coming in second is La Shea Chelsea with 18 Grade Ones, followed by Zaynab Ziyarah Shaffie with 18 Grade Ones and 2 Grade Twos, and Roshini Samaroo with 17 Grade Ones –  all of whom are from Queen’s College.

Abram Zuil’s Anuradha Basdeo came in 5th with 17 Grade Ones and 2 Grade Twos.
The other top performers are: Fazaz Yassin with 17 Grade Ones and 1 Grade Two; Savitri Jesicca Mahadeo with 16 Grade Ones and 1 Grade Two, Ronaldo Antonio Khemchan with 16 Grade Ones and 3 Grade Twos, Karuna Lall with 16 Grade Ones and 3 Grade Twos, and Roushine Lall with 16 Grade Ones and 4 Grade Twos – all of whom are from Saraswati Vidya Nikitan Secondary.

Anna Regina Secondary’s Kelly Shania Sankar came in 11th with 16 Grade Ones and 4 Grade Twos.
According to the Education Minister, 36 other students from Anna Regina, Saraswati Vidya Nikitan, Queen’s College, J.C Chandisingh High School, I.S.A Islamic School, Tagore High School, Berbice High, Abram’s Zuil, Skeldon Secondary, St. Ignatius Secondary and Marian Academy acquired 12 or more Grade Ones.
Notably, the country’s top CSEC performers in the Hinterland Regions were drawn from Port Kaituma, 3 Miles Secondary in Bartica, Paramakatoi Secondary and St. Ignatius Secondary.

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