Thank you for clicking this article and a happy new to everyone. It has been eight days so far as we entered the new year 2022, leaving 2021 behind. We thank God for our life's and our progress so far. And we also thank God for guiding our BECE candidate's into taking their exams successfully last year.
For a period of time, our educational system was suspended due to this corona virus epidemic. That being said, the Government of Ghana has assisted the final-year students by putting in place all necessary safety measures. We've been using the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) to create questions for our students' final exams for some time now.
Because of this corona virus pandemic, our education system was paused for some time. But the Government of Ghana help put all safety protocols to help the end year students to write their examination. West Africa Examination Council commonly known to us as WAEC, who has been setting questions for our end year students for some years now.
News recently went viral that, 11 teachers have been sacked by the Ghana education service for engaging in examination malpractices during WASSCE and BECE periods. This clearly points to the fact that,this operation affected teachers in both the first and second cycle institutions. Examination malpractices during the WASSCE and BECE is now becoming a very huge problem for the Ghana education service and the West African Examination council since perpetrators of this heinous act always find ways to outsmart the system.
The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) will be releasing the 2021 BECE School results. As a result of Corona Virus, the non profit organization, West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has put measures in place for the BECE School and Private Candidate to enable them check their results online using their phones.
All Parents Should Take Note Of This Urgent News From The Ghana Education It had been a week when the JHS 3 students sat to write their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).All JHS 3 students across the country went to their various Examination centres and wrote their examination.Most of the students were very prepared for the examination and others too relaxed.At first every student chooses his or her school of choice before the examination begins but now it has changed.The Ghana Education Service has realized that most of the student just chose any school of their choice but at the end they will perform poorly which affect their chosen school.
In a latest interview with Adom TV, 63 years old Faustina Ammisah warned the public to stop saying Falsehood about her that she took the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination to become popular. According to her, if it's for cheap popularity or social media sensation or star, she wouldn't have started schooling in class four.
Honourable Juliet is the Director of Education in the Central Region of Ghana for the people of Assin. Madam Juliet is very delicate to her work as a director of Education in Assin. Speaking on Angel TV today, Honourable Juliet drops a good news to all BECE candidates in Ghana following the completion of their examinations on Friday.
The second stage of the Computerized School Selection to begin after the Basic Education Certificate Examination, candidates are to confirm the schools selected for placement as they awaits for their BECE results to be released. The confirmation of the schools selected is to avoid wrong placement of candidates into schools.
The Computerized School Selection and Placement Systems (CSSPS) process is ongoing in many private and public junior high schools across the country. This year, the Ghana Education Service has put in so many efforts to sensitize parents and guardians in assisting their wards to select the appropriate senior high school and courses based on their children's potentials.
Over the years, the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has been in charge of setting questions for final year JHS students. The grading system for this year's BECE is below. 2021 BECE examination began on the 5th of November 2021. As a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, the results for this YEAR'S BECE will be released on the 10th of January 2021 as stated by WAEC.
Thank you for reading. You can visit ADEHYEMOTION.COM FOR MORE STORIES In terms like this when examiners commence marking BECE papers, students develop the pride spirit to see themselves pass the examination meanwhile their results have not been released. The dream of passing becomes a reality for some while it turns down for some.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has pegged the school selection exercise for Basic Education Certificate Examination candidates on November 29, 2021. The selection process will come to an end on December 14, two weeks after it begins. This will give them the opportunity to select the school of their choice.
The School Selection Portal will be opened by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) for both BECE 2021 SCHOOL and Private Candidate to enable them select their school for the 2021 placement. The exercise will start on 20th December 2021 and end on 2nd January 2022. In order for this exercise to be undertaken quickly and efficiently, Metro /Municipal / District Directors of education are required to form teams of IT Teachers/ Data Entry Officers to support the examination Coordinators do some entry with the candidates' choices.
That Ghana Education Service has outlined some guidelines to help school levers at the Junior High level select their preferred Senior High Schools. Candidates are to select a total of six schools and below are the steps to follow to select all six schools. Below are the guidelines.
November 21, 2021 Never miss any news update from our channel. Kindly tap on the +Follow button on the top right corner of your screen to follow Quik.news. The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), a non-profit-making organization, with its headquarters in Accra, Ghana.
To ensure smooth placement of qualified BECE candidates for 2021 are placed in Senior High and Technical Schools without difficulties, Ghana Education Service and Technical and Vocational Education and Training Service (TVETS) is organizing a public education and sensitization on the school selection process. The program which began on Tuesday, 23rd November 2021 at regional and district levels is being organized for teachers, students, and parents.
Member of parliament for Karaga constituency and deputy Energy minister, Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, has pledged to personally sponsor 20 students who will emerge as the best performing candidates in the just-ended Basic Education Certificate Examination. The MP made this promise on Friday[November 19] when he addressed all 770 students presented by the Karaga District for the exams shortly before they went in to take their last paper at the Karaga Senior High School.
BECE Candidates who just completed were made to select five schools from the various second cycle institutions in Ghana based on category. Updates from the Ghana Education Service concerning the school placement selection indicate that, Candidates are to confirm or reselect their favorite senior high schools. Caution found in press release statement by the Ghana Education Service instruct that, parents are to take active part in this reselection school placement program.
Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) wishes to inform the general public particularly Parents, Candidates and Teachers that the sensitization and education on this year's guidelines for school selection into Senior High Schools will commence today, Tuesday, 23rd November, 2021. This exercise will take place in all the respective Regional, District Education Directorates and schools.