It has been two fun filled weeks since the last West African Secondary Schools Certificate Examinations was written and everything seems to be moving well. There has been hundreds of pool parties organized by the fresh high school leavers and the fun is not stopping anytime soon. One will say these high school leavers deserve to have as much fun as they can, after all, they worked hard for three good years non stop even through a global pandemic.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has invited Chief Examiners, Zonal leaders and Team leaders for coordination exercise, After Chief Examiners coordination, there will be a coordination for Team leaders and Assistant Examiners(AE). The coordination exercise will begin on Wednesday, 20th October to Friday 22nd October, 2021.
The Senior High School students who recently completed the final examination, WASSCE are really causing stirs online. Some have been captured proposing to their girlfriends and giving them promise rings after their final paper. Others have been seen singing praises to God for successful exams. Some also took to their social media handles to tell the world how happy they are after a three-year journey in SHS.
The West African Secondary Schools Certificate Examinations for the year was done with a couple of days ago. Every one who was scared or anxious about what WAEC was going to set questions on is now home waiting the results to arrive. Back in school, we were very happy to have completed senior high school and it felt like we had the bragging rights.
Some of the Senior High Schools are charging the final year students over five hundred cedis to sign their clearance form before they are allowed to leave the schools. If a student failed to clear himself or herself, the WASSCE results will be blocked until the student is cleared.
Management of Ghana Education Service has expressed their appreciation to district Directors, Regional Directors, heads of second cycle institutions and security agencies for their efforts to make the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) 2021 successful, the WASSCE will soon come to an end, some students have completed their entire examinations, last paper will be written on 8th October, 2021.
In recent times, Senior High School students have been in the news for various reasons. They being in the news haven't been for the good stuffs they do but rather things which are appalling. Yesterday, the news which broke was that Yinahin Catholic SHS Graduates have set up fire in one of their dormitories.
The 2021 West Africa Senior School Examination Council (WASSCE) is finally coming to an end on tomorrow Friday 8th of October 2021. Some of the departments have already finished writing their last papers and have even gone home. Tomorrow ( Friday ), those who are yet to complete or write their last paper will do so.
A young brilliant student was found on the streets of Accra making cement blocks for sale. He was interviewed on Kofi TV where he shared his ordeal. He had excellent results in his WASSCE but due to financial constraints, he is unable to further his education. He has been home for two years without any hope of continuing his education.
The final days of senior high school is here and that means we are about to get a handful of high school leavers in our community. There is just a few papers left, some with only one paper to write and others with two or probably more. After a long three years in senior high school, students are going through a test to prove how serious they have taken their studies and how ready they are for the outside world.
Kindly like my page, share my page for more updates Ghana our Country, YEN ARA Y’ASAASE Due to the previous records of last year's candidate’s failures in the WASSCE, It has also taken a step to help students and motivate them. The Ghana education service has stated that all students in their final year (FORM 3’s) must study hard and must be able to write the exams and pass well and also come out with good grades to be able to be admitted in the various universities in the country.
Another poignant tale aired on Kofi TV yesterday about a young guy who, although passing his WASSCE examinations with seven A's and a B, has been unable to complete his education due to severe financial constraints caused by domestic issues. According to his account, this gorgeous and hardworking young guy graduated from Senior High School in 2019.
INTRODUCTION If the West African Secondary/Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) were an aircraft in flight, signals would have been sent by the cabin crew to passengers on board to fasten their seat belts because the plane is heading for a crash landing. A terminal examination meant to assess the education outcomes of senior high school students, WASSCE has been known to run into challenges since I started teaching in the Secondary, now Senior High School in the mid 1980s.
The President of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) Angel Carbonu has hinted that Ghanaian universities and other tertiary education institutions would soon reject results produced by the West African Examination Council for the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) due to the recurring leakages of examination papers.
English language, they say is not our mother tongue. The saying is however true but English has become part of our Ghanaian culture that we can't get rid of. In our various schools, the English language is the language that's used to teach students in the classrooms.
Following the recent examination leakages in the on going WASSCE, many prominent voices have added their voices and are even wondering how apor (leaked papers) get into the examination halls. This Article examines Three main ways in which apor or answered questions get into the examination halls.
For most final year senior high school students, school is over and that means home is calling. On Wednesday, most senior high school final year students completed their high school term after writing an Integrated Science examinations as the final exams. Right after the paper, there were screams of joy and campus was on fire.
The 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) which kicked off on 16th August 2021 with project work for Visual Arts candidates officially ends today with Ghanaian language paper (Twi). The West African Examinations Council earlier revealed that a total of 446,321 prospective SHS 3 students representing 221,437 males and 234,884 females from a total of 965 Senior High Schools in which 651 are public schools and the remaining 314 are private schools were expected to sit for the WASSCE which ends today, Friday 8th October 2021.
It was so sceptical that the WASSCE 2021 would have been a success since covid19 intercepted with lots of academic lessons and activities. Students were as it were not readily prepared to face this battle since adequate preparations were not made prior to the examination. However, it was finally time for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) to conducted the annual examination to test the students.
Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister for Education, has indicated that students who obtained grade D7 in WASSCE are not failures as many people perceive it to be. The Minister believes there is a need for a national discussion on grade cutoffs for tertiary institutions. The Minister, speaking at the inauguration and swearing-in of Governing — Councils of some selected public universities yesterday, he charged public universities to admit students with grade D7 into their respectable institutions by innovating and creating access programmes for them.