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Home > TECH NEWS > more than just extra lessons for Caribbean students more than just extra lessons for Caribbean students the Caribbean's first ever multimedia online learning institution, is focused on helping Caribbean high school students excel in their Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) exams. The subscription-based site (US$30/month) has multimedia learning methods via text, audio, graphics, animation, video, interactivity; access to online tutors; weekly study tips via text message; scheduled

  • online education is also great specially if you do not have time to attend regular schooling`’;

  • Steve

    Hmm.. now the website isn’t even up anymore. What’s with that? It was a good service, why did they take down the website??

  • Thanks David for the heads up on We’re going to check it out.

  • Has anyone heard of ?
    they off cxc csec notes on Spanish, IT, Social Studies, caribbean history and Integrated Science.
    Is free and i hear more subjects are on the way.
    CAPE Sociology aswell.
    My teacher did the Social Studies notes. The site is good and being redeveloped for next year.

  • GoGSAT prepares students for the GSAT.

  • http://www.Caribbeanexams prepares students for CSEC and CAPE.

  • Nikki

    At Steve: now you have to subscribe before you can view the videos

  • Steve

    I am wondering what has happened to the website. It seems that they are no longer offering tutoring services? Could someone shed light on what’s happening here?

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  • sorry i make a miss take i am asking u how to study for gsat

  • i am asking u how i study my gsat

  • Katherine

    just found a couple more caribbean websites for CXC students

  • thanks for the heads up Katherine. A comprehensice story on how online education is taking off in the Caribbean is on the way.

  • Katherine

    While Caribbeanischool is a very good project, it is not the first or only caribbean website dedicated to CXC students. There are a host of such websites on the internet. There are, and just to name a few.

    It think it would be a good idea for someone to compile a page with links to all those sites for CXC students to see.

  • But why not, who wrote that rule.WHat was it that and other sites doing? Is it that it’s ok for media sites and not service sites?

  • Definitely welcome more web ventures focused on teh Caribbean.

    I was surprised though to see that they are both charging a monthly subscription fee AND running advertising on the site. I know that if I paid, I don’t want to be subject to ads.