It was in the month of August, through to the month of September in which the examination commenced and ended. Students who took part in the test, officially vacated from secondary school permanently. Supposedly, the results are to be released before students will be able to further their education into the tertiary institutions.
The final completion date for this year's WASSCE was September 27th. According to reports, the WASSCE marking for this year is about to be released. SHS graduates are anxious and waiting desperately for their results. Well, according to WAEC, results are released between 45 and 60 days after writing.
It is without doubt that this year's WASSCE candidates had it tough, and there are many reasons for why that is. The main reason is probably due to the lack of time and the number of topics they were yet to cover. This disadvantage will likely affect their results also.
On September 27th 2022 was when final year students in Ghana wrote thier last paper which was Elective I.C.T practicals it has been many days now and WAEC finally release date of when results of their exams will be release which is 28th of November 2022. Results is very important because it helps students know thier performance on their final exams in at school.
The Management of Ghana Education Service following the ongoing WASSCE has send a caution to Regional Directors of Education to help prevent cheating in the ongoing WASSCE 2022. They have also released names of some schools which they believe thay, they have the intention to cheat. A release dated 1st September 2022, reads as follows;
The ideal date for the release of the 2022 WASSCE results has been announced by WAEC on their social media accounts. The new date for the release of the 2022 WASSCE results is 30th November 2022 as announced by WAEC and signed by Madam Agnes Teye Cudjoe in a letter.
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Some final year Senior High School (SHS) students who are now West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) candidates were denied access to write the core mathematics exams. According to the reports from one of the Angel Broadcasting Network (ABN) news anchors, some WASSCE candidates after the paper has started delayed thirty minutes (30) so they were denied to enter the hall.
The Director-General of Ghana Education Service has been urged by Education Think Tank and Africa Education Watch to detain Mr. Peterson Aning, headmaster of Duadaso Senior High Technical School, and three other individuals for their role in the 2021 WASSCE misconduct. The other suspects are Mr. Abdellah Umar, Assistant Headmaster Academic, Mr. Emmanuel Peh, Senior Housemaster, and Mr. Maxwell Armah, Science Tutor.
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Looking back at things and how learning has been a little difficult for students now, people are wondering if this year's WASSCE candidates will pass their examination. All because of the unforeseen circumstances which came along, and causing an interruption in their original way of study.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has guaranteed the public that it has teamed up with the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) to guarantee that the current year's West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) will be led with next to no misbehavior. In a public statement dated August 29, 2022, and endorsed by its Head of Public Relations, Cassandra Twum Ampofo, the GES hoped everything would turn out great for all competitors of karma while guaranteeing all that the assessments will be without misbehavior and inconsistencies as the up-and-comers start their composed papers today.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says it has adopted eleven different measures to protect examination papers as theory exams begin today, August 22, 2022. The Council says it has collaborated with the National Intelligence Bureau (NIB) to monitor the printing of the papers; working with security agencies to track and arrest persons operating rogue websites; inspection and upgrade of depots nationwide; serialisation of some question papers; and movement of exam papers from strong rooms to depots in batches.
The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES), Prof. Kwasi Opoku-Amankwa, has indicated that Senior High Schools (SHSs) in Ghana will return to writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) between the May/June period in 2024. Prof Opoku-Amankwa said that the change in the duration of the examination would ensure that Ghanaian students write it at the same period as their West African colleagues, graphic.com.gh.
As part of the measurements tools for ascertaining the level of students comprehensiveness, is the conduct of BECE, at the basic level and the West African Examination Council ( WASSCE) within the continent of Africa. On these yearly grounds, malpractices are often the major focus of discussion not only on our beloved mother Ghana, but the entire West African continent.
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (Ghana only version), enters its fifth week with the conduct of two core papers, Social Studies and English Language to be administered on 5th and 8th September, 2022 respectively. The Council wishes to bring to the attention of stakeholders and members of the public, a number of issues which are emerging from the conduct of the examination.
She explained that the WAEC's other four members — Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia — had returned to the May/June calendar this year and had administered the WASSCE for their school candidates from May 9 to June 24. The academic calendars of the four countries have been streamlined to allow them to write the exam in May/June, as Ghana adheres to the 'new normal calendar' caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
Senior High Schools (SHS) in the country has begin the West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) today, Monday 1, 2022. According to the West African Examination Council (WAEC), the exams will end on September 27, 2022. Candidates who offer visual arts begins the examination with project work for two weeks.
All over the world, examinations malpractices always remains the subject of discussion among the people, of which our beloved nation on that basis cannot be of exception. The ongoing WASSCE examinations across all board have been identified in some centres with a lot of examination malpractices some of which sources comes from the candidates, tutors and bodies that conduct these questions.
Examinations are nothing but a test of knowledge. "Operation no mercy" is the watchword for this year, 2022 WASSCE as our students have prepaid adequately. May the candidates find the grace to study hard and excel in the exam. There is no magic to success, all it requires is hard work.
Yearly, on the academic calendar of the Ghana education service, all secondary schools across all the length and width of the country have been privilege to writing their examinations on their departments of studies. During such busy hours, authorities responsible for testing these learners at the end of their study periods are always convinced that learners have prepared adequately to showcasing what have been learned from the onset of their study areas.