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Excellent WASSCE results have shamed Free SHS critics and naysayers – Akufo-Addo


President Nana Akufo-Addo has hailed the principal clump of recipients of the Free Senior High School strategy for their brilliant appearing in the 2020 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). 

As indicated by President Akufo-Addo, "I am dependably educated that the WASSCE aftereffects of Aburi Girls Senior High School, and, in reality, of every one of the 2020 SHS graduates, was incredibly noteworthy. 

The individuals who guaranteed that the approach was not feasible must be extremely embarrassed at this point. I will hold that discussion for the present so we manage it one more day." 

The President proceeded, "In any case, I wish to salute all the understudies for their splendid presentation in WASSCE assessments," President Akufo-Addo said. 

President Akufo-Addo made this known on Monday, when he tended to party unwavering and conventional rulers at Aburi, on day two of his two-day visit through the Eastern Region. 

Without a doubt, the 2020 consequences of the WASSCE competitors is the main year in the previous six years that more than 50% of up-and-comers who sat the assessment acquired A1-C6 in all center subjects. 

Further investigation of the 2020 outcomes uncovered that exhibitions in Mathematics and English Language were the most elevated, recording 65.71 and 57.34 percent, individually. 

Social Studies and Integrated Science recorded 64.31 and 52.53 percent, individually, the checks additionally demonstrated. 

The information additionally shows that about 60% of the 342,500 up-and-comers who composed the WASSCE, speaking to more than 200,000, scored somewhere in the range of A1 and C6 in their best six subjects, including English and Mathematics, which qualifies them for tertiary training

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