The Ghana Education Service has officially congratulated the 2021 West African Senior High School Certificate Examination graduates. In a press release as signed by Head of Public Relations unit Madam Casandra Twum Ampofo, the results for this year is one of the best.
According to them, initial analysis proves that more than 50% of the candidates scored A1 to C6 in all the core subjects namely; Maths, English, General Science and Social Studies.
Ghana Education Service ceased the singular honor to also Congratulate all Heads of senior high schools in Ghana and the teachers that took time to teach the students.
The West African Senior High School Certificate Examination is organised by the West African Examination Council in conjunction with Ghana Education Service. Its aimed at measuring the quality output of senior high school students before they enter any tertiary institution.
This is a good news for Ghanaians. We say Ayekoo!
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