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Office Administration is a Business Education subject concerned with the study of administrative principles, policies, procedures and technological competencies governing the modern office environment. The content and teaching strategies used reflect current trends in the modern office. The syllabus aims to provide students with knowledge, skills and attitudes for immediate access to entry-level positions such as administrative assistants, clerical assistants, receptionists, record management clerks, accounting clerks and factory and dispatch clerks and other related positions.

The syllabus adopts a practical approach, aimed at equipping students with the technical and professional skills to perform effectively, and for mobility as administrative support personnel within an organisation. Further, it seeks to nurture and improve students’ social and personal management skills and foster the development of a positive work ethic. In addition, the syllabus provides the foundation for students desirous of furthering their education in other related fields.

The syllabus is arranged in 12 sections, subdivided into specific objectives and corresponding content.

Section IOffice Orientation
Section IICommunication
Section IIIRecruitment and Orientation
Section IVRecords and Information Management
Section VReception and Hospitality
Section VIMeetings
Section VIITravel Arrangements
Section VIIIHuman Resources Management
Section IXAccounts and Financial Services
Section XProcurement and Inventory Management
Section XISales, Marketing and Customer Service
Section XIIOperations, Despatch and Transport services

Students who do the English course will explore receptively and expressively three major literary modes, Drama, Poetry, and Prose Fiction, in order to become aware of the many functions and purposes of language. In doing so, they will discover that the four facets of language arts, namely, listening, speaking, reading and writing, are closely linked together and are interdependent.

Syllabus objectives are organised under understanding and expression in order to guide curriculum development, to give meaning to a teaching programme and to define an assessment scheme that reinforces an English syllabus which has been conceived as an integrated approach to language teaching and which enables students to appreciate the holistic nature of language learning.

The English Syllabus is organised for examination as English A and English B. The former emphasises the development of oral and written language skills among students through a variety of strategies. The latter provides opportunities for students to explore and respond critically to specific literary texts as they observe and appreciate the author’s craft.


CSEC Spanish syllabus focuses on building the communicative skills through mastering the key competencies of writing, reading, speaking and listening in Spanish. These four separate language skills are also commonly referred to as the productive and receptive skills. Moreover, reading and listening are known as the receptive skills, while speaking and writing are known as the productive skills since they both require some sort of language production or delivery. The proactive skills are often referred to as active skills, while the receptive skills are referred to as passive skills.

As stated by the CSEC Spanish syllabus 

Listening – the ability to demonstrate comprehension of meaning conveyed through oral/aural stimuli. 

Reading – the ability to demonstrate comprehension of meaning conveyed through pictorial or written stimuli. 

Speaking – production of spoken language in response to oral, aural or written stimuli. 

Writing – production of the written language in response to written and/or pictorial stimuli


The syllabus aims to: 

1. encourage the acquisition of fundamental language skills needed to function successfully in practical everyday situations requiring the use of the target language(s); 

2. develop an understanding of the standard spoken and written forms of French and Spanish; Syllabus for Examinations in Modern Languages CXC 27/0/SYLL 05 1 

3. encourage communication in French and Spanish in a manner acceptable to native speakers; 

4. encourage students to appreciate their own culture and those of their neighbouring Francophone and Hispanic countries; 

5. develop a foundation for further study and the world of work.

Social Studies contributes to the effective development of the learner by increasing personal and social awareness, and by placing emphasis on values as well as on social and interpersonal relationships. This syllabus seeks to ensure that students develop the necessary skills and at the same time introduces them to knowledge of social phenomena that may enhance their effectiveness as social participants in the Caribbean community. It is also intended that, through the syllabus, the process of valuing would be made conscious so that persons become aware of their position, thus enabling them to bring conscious criteria to bear on their choices as social participants.

Although the main focus of the syllabus is the Caribbean, opportunities have been provided for the treatment of international issues which have a bearing on Caribbean development.

The syllabus content is organised into three major sections. Students are required to complete Sections A and B and one Option from Section C.

Section AIndividual, Family and Society
Section BSustainable Development and Use of Resources(i) Development and Use of Resources(ii) Regional Integration
Section COptions:C1 – Communication

C2 – Consumer Affairs

C3 – Tourism


Geography is concerned with spatial expression, human and natural systems and the interrelationships between them. It facilitates an understanding of both the issues emerging from human exploitation of natural resources and how natural resources may be managed to assure sustainability. It contributes to an awareness and understanding of the natural environment and fosters an appreciation of its sustainability. It also encourages the development of a sense of responsibility in using and conserving the natural resources of the planet.

The study of Geography, therefore, prepares an individual not only for a career in fields such as environment planning and management, international relations and geographical information systems, but also helps to develop skills that contribute to more meaningful and enjoyable travel and related leisure activities.

The Geography Syllabus, though not limited to a study of the Caribbean, focuses on areas of study that are particularly relevant to Caribbean students. The syllabus utilises Field Studies to concretise the link between the subject matter of Geography and the methods of investigation associated with it. Students have an opportunity to observe, experience, reflect on, and draw conclusions about the intricate interdependence and interrelationships that comprise the human and natural systems.

The syllabus is organised under four main sections, namely, Map Reading and Field Study; Natural Systems; Human Systems and Human-Environment Systems.


Principles of Accounts is a course of study that provides an introduction to the principles and techniques that accountants employ in measuring, processing, evaluating and communicating information about the financial performance and position of a business.

The course in Principles of Accounts helps students to develop an understanding of a range of theoretical and practical techniques used in accounting. It helps to develop skills that should enable them to participate more effectively and responsibly in today’s business environment, to improve the management of personal financial activities, such as, budgeting, savings and investment. In addition, this course prepares students for postsecondary and professional studies in accounting.

The syllabus is arranged in 14 sections consisting of specific objectives and related content.

Section 1Introduction to Principles of Accounts
Section 2The Classified Balance Sheet
Section 3Books of Original Entry
Section 4Ledgers and the Trial Balance
Section 5The Preparation and Analysis of Financial Statements of the Sole-trader
Section 6End of Period Adjustments
Section 7Control Systems
Section 8Incomplete Records
Section 9Accounting for Partnerships
Section 10Accounting for Corporations (Limited Liability Companies)
Section 11Accounting for Co-operative Societies
Section 12Accounting for Non-Trading (Non Profit) Organisations
Section 13Manufacturing Accounts
Section 14Payroll Accounting

Principles of Business focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of business activities. It provides a framework to assist in more informed decision-making by individuals in their role of producers or consumers. This syllabus provides opportunity for students to develop entrepreneurial and managerial skills necessary to survive and prosper in a local, regional and global dynamic business environment. It also engages students in conducting research which helps to improve their communication and critical thinking skills and creates an awareness of business ethics and social responsibilities.

The Principles of Business syllabus is arranged in into 10 sections.

Profile Dimension 1 – Organisational Principles

Section 1The Nature of Business
Section 2Internal Organisational Environment
Section 3Establishing a Business
Section 4Legal Aspects of Business

Profile Dimension 2 – Production, Marketing and Finance

Section 5Production
Section 6Marketing
Section 7Business Finance

Profile Dimension 3 – The Business Environment

Section 8Role of Government in an Economy
Section 9Social Accounting and Global Trade
Section 10Regional and Global Business Environment

Physics is a science that deals with matter and energy and their interactions. It is concerned with systems, laws, models, principles and theories that explain the physical behaviour of our world and the universe. Physics is regarded as a fundamental scientific discipline since all advances in technology can be traced either directly or indirectly to the physical laws and theories.

The CSEC Physics Syllabus is redesigned with a greater emphasis on the application of scientific concepts and principles. Such an approach is adopted in order to develop those long-term transferrable skills of ethical conduct, teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, innovation and communication. In addition, it encourages the use of various teaching and learning strategies to inculcate these skills while, at the same time catering to multiple intelligences and different learning styles and needs. The syllabus will assist students to develop positive values and attitudes towards the physical components of the environment and will also provide a sound foundation for those who wish to pursue further studies in science.

The syllabus is arranged in five sections, namely:

SECTION AMechanics
SECTION BThermal Physics and Kinetic Theory
SECTION CWaves and Optics
SECTION DElectricity and Magnetism
SECTION EThe Physics of the Atom

Chemistry is concerned with the physical and chemical properties of substances and the interaction of energy and matter. The study of Chemistry involves an investigation into chemical reactions and processes. The discipline seeks to explain and predict events at the atomic and molecular level. Through the principles of Chemistry, students will understand everyday life, nature and technology, and the significance of the well-being of man and the environment.

The CSEC Chemistry Syllabus is redesigned to allow students to work individually and with others in practical, field and interactive activities that are related to theoretical concepts in the course. It is expected that students will apply investigative and problem-solving skills, effectively communicate scientific information and appreciate the contribution that a study of chemistry makes to their understanding of the world. The syllabus places greater emphasis on the understanding and application of chemical concepts and principles and different learning styles and needs, so that students will develop skills that will be of long term value in an increasingly technological world, rather than focusing on large quantities of factual information. In addition, it encourages the use of various teaching and learning strategies while at the same time catering to multiple intelligences.

The syllabus is divided into three sections, namely:

Section APrinciples of Chemistry
Section BOrganic Chemistry
Section CInorganic Chemistry

Human and Social Biology is concerned with the study of the structure and functioning of the human body. It also involves the application of biological principles, knowledge and skills, and technological advances, to the maintenance of health and to solve the problems of living together. The subject incorporates the view that human beings have a responsibility to their environment and, as such, have an obligation to conserve, protect, maintain and improve its quality.

The CSEC Human and Social Biology syllabus is designed to allow students to work individually and cooperatively, utilizing theoretical concepts of the course in interactive and practical activities. Students are expected to apply investigative and problem-solving skills, be effective in communicating scientific knowledge and demonstrate an appreciation for all living organisms in their environment.

The syllabus is organised under five main sections:

Section ILiving organisms and the environment
Section IILife processes
Section IIIHeredity and variation
Section IVDisease and its impact on humans
Section VThe impact of health practices on the environment

This syllabus is designed to provide a coherent view of the significance of information in a socio-economic context. Emphasis is placed on application of knowledge, problem-solving using the computer, and proficiency in using productivity tools. This approach has been adopted in recognition of the impact that changes in the availability of information can have on the educational process. Focus is placed on getting students to develop skills for life in an increasingly technological world, rather than on students absorbing a myriad of seemingly unrelated facts which may have only short term relevance.

The syllabus aims to expose candidates to a wide range of Information and Communication Technologies, affording learning experiences which include an element of discovery, and foster self-confidence. Candidates would also acquire computer-related practical skills that will prepare them to meet the region’s need for increased productivity and efficiency in a fast changing technological world. The syllabus has been organized to offer certification at the General Proficiency only.

The syllabus is organised under eight main sections.

Section 1Fundamentals of Hardware and Software
Section 2Problem-Solving and Program Design
Section 3Program Implementation
Section 4Applications and Implications of Information and Communications Technology
Section 5Information Processing
Section 6Word processing, Presentation and Web Page Design
Section 7Spreadsheets
Section 8Database Management

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Biology is the discipline in science, which seeks to understand the organisation of the organic world through an exploration of the structure and function of life forms at the molecular, cellular, organismal and ecosystem levels, as well as the complex interactions and interdependencies which occur at each of these levels. This knowledge provides the foundation for understanding the opportunities for promoting the well-being of humans and other living organisms in the environment. It generates an awareness of the importance of our biodiversity and the unique role of humans in conserving, protecting and improving the quality of the biological environment for future generations.

The CSEC Biology Syllabus is redesigned with a greater emphasis on the application of scientific concepts and principles. It recognises the need for an understanding of some of the basic principles of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, and, therefore seeks to strengthen the inter-relationship with these subjects. It also recognises the inter-relatedness among the topics in Biology, and social and environmental issues. Such an approach is adopted to develop those long-term transferable skills of ethical conduct, teamwork, problem-solving, critical thinking, and innovation and communication. It encourages the use of various teaching and learning strategies to inculcate these skills that will prove useful in everyday life, while at the same time catering to multiple intelligences and different learning styles and needs. It will provide a sound foundation to pursue the study of Life Sciences and related professions at the postsecondary level.

The syllabus is arranged in three sections namely:

Section ALiving Organisms in the Environment
Section BLife Processes and Disease
Section CContinuity and Variation

The Mathematics syllabus explains general and unifying concepts that facilitate the study of Mathematics as a coherent subject rather than as a set of unrelated topics.

The syllabus seeks to provide for the needs of specific mathematical techniques in the future careers of students, for example, in agriculture and in commercial and technical fields. By the end of the normal secondary school course, students should appreciate that the various branches of Mathematics are not rigidly segregated and that the approach to the solution of any problem is not necessarily unique.

The syllabus is arranged in ten sections:

Section 1Computation
Section 2Number Theory
Section 3Consumer Arithmetic
Section 4Sets
Section 5Measurement
Section 6Statistics
Section 7Algebra
Section 8Relations, Functions and Graphs
Section 9Geometry and Trigonometry
Section 10Vectors and Matrices


This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

1on1 classes for CSEC Mathematics with Mr. Roshane Jones.

This course is designed to give students a full grasp of the CAPE Accounting Unit 1 syllabus through weekly online classes, a catalogue of study notes and exercise sheets, along with bi-weekly quizzes and assignments. 


To enroll in and access, call or WhatsApp (876) 707-3443 or send an email to contact@cxcguide.com.




Law is a system of rules usually enforced through a series of institutions. The CAPE Law Syllabus assists persons who wish to embark on further study and training for entry into the legal profession; it also addresses the needs of other persons engaged in occupations which require some knowledge of the law, such as clerks, paralegals, administrators, managers, the police and other public officers. It serves to inform persons of their rights and obligations, and to inculcate in them certain positive values, which are necessary in a civilised society.



This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This is a paid course. To enroll, please contact us at (876) 707-3443 or send us an email at info@csglearn.com.

This course is designed to give students a full grasp of the CAPE Accounting Unit 2 syllabus through weekly online classes, a catalogue of study notes and exercise sheets, along with bi-weekly quizzes and assignments. 


To enroll in and access, call or WhatsApp (876) 707-3443 or send an email to contact@cxcguide.com.




Law is a system of rules usually enforced through a series of institutions. The CAPE Law Syllabus assists persons who wish to embark on further study and training for entry into the legal profession; it also addresses the needs of other persons engaged in occupations which require some knowledge of the law, such as clerks, paralegals, administrators, managers, the police and other public officers. It serves to inform persons of their rights and obligations, and to inculcate in them certain positive values, which are necessary in a civilised society.



1-on-1 CAPE Communication Studies classes.

The DELE Spanish Diploma level B1 accredits language users’ capacity to:

  • Understand the gist of clear texts, in standard language, if they involve well-known topics related to work, studies, or leisure.
  • Deal with most situations that occur while travelling in areas where Spanish is spoken.
  • Produce simple and coherent texts about familiar topics, or topics of personal interest
  • Describe experiences, events, wishes, and hopes, as well as to be able to briefly express opinions or explain plans.

The level B1 examination includes four parts:

Group 1

  • Reading comprehension test (70 min, 5 tasks)
  • Written expression and interaction test (60 min, 2 tasks)

Group 2

  • Listening comprehension test (40 min, 5 tasks)
  • Oral expression and interaction test (15 min + 15 min to prepare)

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL. To obtain a diploma the candidate must earn a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the examination, getting at least 30 points out of 50 in each test group.

IMPORTANT: In the written expression test, the candidate must strictly follow instructions about the number of words and the text format.


The DELE A1 enables students to access the Spanish-speaking world, improves their academic education, and provides them with the confidence to continue advancing towards more advanced levels.

This diploma certifies that the student is able to communicate using the language in a basic way in situations having to do with immediate needs or everyday situations.

The DELE A1 is an internationally recognized certificate that connects people from their first contact with Spanish and evaluates their level in Spanish from the beginning of their studies.

The DELE A1 exam is made up of different parts organized into two groups:

  • Group 1 (reading and writing skills): Reading comprehension (45 minutes, 4 tasks) and written expression and interaction (25 minutes, 2 tasks).
  • Group 2 (oral skills): Listening comprehension (20 minutes, 4 tasks) and oral expression and interaction (15 minutes).

A “passing” grade is required for each test taken during the same examination session.

The maximum possible score is 100 points. A minimum score of 30 in each group is necessary to receive an overall "passing" grade.

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL.




Learn to communicate in Spanish in a professional and business environment with basic vocabulary and phrases to complex forms, documents and meeting notations. 

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Le C2 est le niveau le plus élevé du CECR et le DALF C2 est le plus haut diplôme de français langue étrangère.

Au niveau C2, la maîtrise de la langue se traduit par un degré de précision, d'adéquation et d'aisance dans l'expression. Le candidat de C2 est capable de réaliser des tâches académiques ou de niveau avancé.

L'utilisateur de la langue au niveau C1 est autonome. Il est capable d'établir une communication aisée et spontanée. Il possède un répertoire lexical large et peut choisir une expression adéquate pour introduire ses commentaires. Il produit un discours clair, bien construit et sans hésitation qui montre l'utilisation maîtrisée des structures.

Le DALF C1 peut être requis pour intégrer certaines grandes écoles françaises. De plus, il constitue un avantage pour les dossiers CampusFrance, pour les demandes de bourses, pour l'immigration au Canada et pour l'accès à certains emplois.

At level B1, the user becomes independent. He/she can maintain interaction: he/she can understand and maintain a discussion and give his/her opinion. He/she is capable of dealing with situations likely to arise in daily life.

Please note that DELF B1 is required to obtain the French nationality. It is also necessary to validate some diplomas. For example, it is the case for the diplomas of the AUF (Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie) and of the PFIEV (Programme de Formation des Ingénieurs d'Excellence au Vietnam).

DELF A1 highlights the first knowledges in French language. DELF A1 recognizes basic knowledge.  It is the most basic level at which a language is used, called the "discovery" stage. At this stage, the learner can interact in a simple way: he/she can speak about him/herself and his/her immediate environment.  This examination benefits from a very positive evaluation which is not made to sanction but to highlight the French learning.

The DELE C2 certifies sufficient linguistic competence to communicate effectively in any situation, proving ability to spontaneously adapt to any context, with a high degree of precision. The language users show subtle control of nuances which allow for fluent and natural expression in all interactions.

The DELE C2 examination consists of three tests:

  • Test 1: Use of language, reading and listening comprehension (105 minutes, 6 tasks).
  • Test 2: Integrated skills: Listening and reading comprehension, and written expression and interaction (150 minutes, 3 tasks).
  • Test 3: Integrated skills: Reading comprehension and oral expression and interaction (20 minutes) (and 30 minutes to prepare).

A “passing” grade is required for each test taken during the same examination session.

The maximum possible score on the examination is 100 points, and it is necessary to get 60% on each test; a minimum score of 20 is necessary on each of the three tests.

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL.

IMPORTANT: In the written expression test, the candidate must strictly follow instructions about the number of words and the text format.


The DELE C1 guarantees that the student has made successful progress in the language, and certifies more than an advanced level of Spanish.

This diploma certifies sufficient linguistic competence to:

  1. Understand a wide variety of lengthy, and somewhat demanding texts, as well as to grasp implicit meaning in the same.
  2. Express themselves fluently and spontaneously without apparent effort to find the right words.
  3. Use the language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes.
  4. Produce clear, well-structured and detailed texts about topics of some complexity, correctly using mechanisms of organization, articulation and cohesion in the text.


The DELE C1 examination is made up of four tests, organized into two groups (Group 1: Tests 1 and 3. Group: 2: Tests 2 and 4):

  • Test 1: Reading comprehension and use of language (90 minutes, 5 tasks).
  • Test 2: Listening comprehension and use of language (50 minutes, 5 tasks).
  • Test 3: Integrated skills. Listening comprehension and written expression and interaction (80 minutes, 2 tasks).
  • Test 4: Integrated skills. Reading comprehension and oral expression and interaction (20 minutes) (and 20 minutes to prepare).

A “passing” grade is required for each test taken during the same examination session.

The maximum possible score is 100, and a minimum score of 30 is necessary in each of the two groups in order to receive an overall "passing" grade.

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL.

IMPORTANT: In the written expression test, the candidate must strictly follow instructions about the number of words and the text format.


The DELE Spanish Diploma level B1 accredits language users’ capacity to:

  • Understand the gist of clear texts, in standard language, if they involve well-known topics related to work, studies, or leisure.
  • Deal with most situations that occur while travelling in areas where Spanish is spoken.
  • Produce simple and coherent texts about familiar topics, or topics of personal interest
  • Describe experiences, events, wishes, and hopes, as well as to be able to briefly express opinions or explain plans.

The level B1 examination includes four parts:

Group 1

  • Reading comprehension test (70 min, 5 tasks)
  • Written expression and interaction test (60 min, 2 tasks)

Group 2

  • Listening comprehension test (40 min, 5 tasks)
  • Oral expression and interaction test (15 min + 15 min to prepare)

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL. To obtain a diploma the candidate must earn a minimum of 60 points out of 100 on the examination, getting at least 30 points out of 50 in each test group.

IMPORTANT: In the written expression test, the candidate must strictly follow instructions about the number of words and the text format.


The DELE A1 enables students to access the Spanish-speaking world, improves their academic education, and provides them with the confidence to continue advancing towards more advanced levels.

This diploma certifies that the student is able to communicate using the language in a basic way in situations having to do with immediate needs or everyday situations.

The DELE A1 is an internationally recognized certificate that connects people from their first contact with Spanish and evaluates their level in Spanish from the beginning of their studies.

The DELE A1 exam is made up of different parts organized into two groups:

  • Group 1 (reading and writing skills): Reading comprehension (45 minutes, 4 tasks) and written expression and interaction (25 minutes, 2 tasks).
  • Group 2 (oral skills): Listening comprehension (20 minutes, 4 tasks) and oral expression and interaction (15 minutes).

A “passing” grade is required for each test taken during the same examination session.

The maximum possible score is 100 points. A minimum score of 30 in each group is necessary to receive an overall "passing" grade.

The final grade is either PASS or FAIL.


Access to Mathematics notes at your convenience covering all topics for CSEC examination.

Access to English notes at your convenience covering all topics for CSEC examination.

On demand learning for CSEC English A.

Our online Adult Literacy and Numeracy Programme is offered for students age 5 - 17, and provides early childhood and developent with special focus on

  • reading
  • writing
  • vocabulary Development
  • numeracy