The follow subjects require students that are not in high school to do an alternate paper (Paper 5) in lieu of Course Work..
BJC Social Studies
BGCSE Office Procedures
BGCSE Religious Studies
General Academic Guideline and Policies
Students should not be more than 15 minutes late for class. Any student arriving more than 15 minutes after class starts may not be allowed to join the class.
Students must attend all three semesters in order to sit the National Exams as a candidate of Cyber Tech Training Centre. Each semester new topics are covered.
Registration for the BJC and BGCSE exams as CTTC Private candidates will begin Monday November 4th, through Saturday December 7th, 2013.
Late registration will begin Monday December 9th, 2013 through Wednesday January 15th 2014. There will be a late entry fee of $10.00 added per subject.
Entry Fee for BJC private candidates is $5.00 and $10.00 per subject. There is a $20.00 per subject fee for BGCSE only.
To register for the exams, you will need two (2) Passport size pictures, your National Insurance Number, the completed Application Form along with the money for the exams. This must be turned into CTTC Front Office no later than 12:00pm Saturday December 7th, 2013.
Individual Students Exam Timetables will be issued by Ministry of Education. Your Individual Exam Timetable can be collected from CTTC Front Office. They should be ready by the first week of April 2014. Please check with our Admissions office for future updates.
There will be an Unofficial Exam Timetable posted on the Notice Board in the office of CTTC. This can be used as a guideline to make advanced preparation for exams.
Students sitting the BJC/BGCSE exams as private candidates of CTTC will be given a specific location to take their exams. This information will be provided along with your Official Timetable.
Students who are still in high school can take BGCSE classes but CANNOT register with CTTC as a candidate. If they are in the 10th grade or higher they CAN register with CTTC for the BJC exams.