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The 2021 WASSCE commenced on Monday, August 16 with practical work.

Final year Visual Arts students from all Senior High Schools (SHSs) across the nation begun the practical part of the 2021 WASSCE on Monday, August 16, 2021.

The 2021 release of the August/September West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) as indicated by the current year's WASSCE timetable will end Friday, October 8, 2021. 

This assessment will authoritatively be written by more than 446,000 students across country on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. The second clump of free SHS students on Wedneday will sit for the English Language 3 (Orals). 

Mrs Agnes Teye Cudjoe, Head of Public Relations – West African Examinations Council, speaking in a meeting said satisfactory measures have been set up to guarantee smooth direction of the tests. 

Advising the prospective candidates, the WAEC official urged them to desist from engaging in examination malpractices and misconduct stressing that could lead to the cancellation of their entire results.

An official of the Examinations Council also disclosed the non-profit-making body (WAEC) this year has put in place effective measures to ensure cases of leakages and other examination malpractices are not recorded.

The Minister for Education, Dr Yaw Adutwum in his goodwill message to the candidates similarly advised them to be of good conduct during and after the examination to ensure the successful running of the 2021 West African Senior Secondary School examination.

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Agnes Teye Cudjoe SHS WASSCE Wedneday West African Senior School Certificate Examination


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