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GES Sends Message To All 2022 WASSCE Candidates

The Ghana Education Service has sent a good will message to all 2022 WASSCE Candidates as West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) Written papers begin today, Monday 29th August 2022, at all the designated 775 centers across the country.

"Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) wishes to congratulate all 422,883 candidates writing the exams for their hard work and fortitude so far and to also express its profound gratitude to all Teachers, Heads of SH/TS, Directors of Education, Parents / Guardians and all Stakeholders for the crucial roles they have played so far in preparing the candidates for the examination."

According to GES, they have worked very closely with the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) to ensure the smooth conduct of the examinations throughout the country.

GES further added that Regional, Metro, Municipal, District Directors, Supervisors and Invigilators are to take extra precautionary measures to ensure that this year's examinations are malpractice free.

Management of GES further urged all candidates to be extra conscious of activities which will have the potential of undermining the integrity of the examinations.

GES also advised Candidates are encouraged to prepare well and strive for independent work and depend on their individual abilities. Candidates should also be mindful of the implications of misconduct during the examinations which could lead to suspension and/or cancellation of results and the negative impact that development might have on their future prospects.

According to GES, they stand by all the key players in the administration and conduct of the examinations and urge all to work together to protect the integrity of the examinations.

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