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We wish you success, focus on your books - WAEC to BECE candidates

The Head of National Office, WAEC, Wendy E. Andy-Lamptey has advised prospective candidates who will from Monday, September 14, 2020, partake the 30th edition of the BECE to focus on their books and learn tirelessly.

The non-profit-making organization after an earlier postponement of the Basic Education Certificate Examination has announced to administer the national examination from Monday September 14 to September 18, 2020.

The Head of National Office speaking to journalists on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, urged proprietors, head of basic schools, teachers parents and persons who will be associated with the conduct of the upcoming BECE to leave the candidates to alone to take their final examination.

She said "If candidates have applied themselves to learning they will perform creditably in the examination, thus they have to focus on their books and should not be led astray by fake contents on social media"

Mrs Wendy E. Andy-Lamptey furthered that this year's Basic Education Certificate (BECE) will be administered under what has amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus become known as new normal.

Prospective candidates and examination officials, therefore, entreated to comply with the COVID-19 safety protocols which include regular washing of hands, wearing of a nose mask and maintaining social distancing.

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) further urged Examination officials, especially external supervisors and internal invigilators to be guided by the rules governing the conduct of the examination.

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