The 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination is just around the corner as key stakeholders like teachers and pupils put finishing touches to their preparations. The Computerised School Selection and Placement System ( CSSPS) is likely to see a number of changes this year. The West African Examination Council has cautioned Parents, candidates and Heads of Junior High Schools across the country about the 2021 school selection process.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) is an examination firm and council, that is set to examine students at the end of their junior high schools and senior high school education. It takes control of the final examinations of students in West Africa, who are aiming to further their education to Senior High Schools and Universities.
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.
Successfully passing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE has always been the concern and ambition of every Ghanaian student looking forward to pursuing academic excellence and at the same time realising their futuristic dreams. It has not at anytime been an easy street for everyone. Sufficient efforts ought to be exerted in making this academic vision a reality.
WAEC Must Declare Its Incapacity To Pave Way For A Competent Examination Body-Boad William, EAI Boss
The policy think tank organization, Educate Africa Institute, has advised the West African Examination Council (WAEC) that, they must with immediate effect declare its ineptitude to pave way for a competent Examination body to conduct the clean examination in this country. Also, they must arrest their officers; invigilators, and supervisors who are culprits of the examination malpractice, after thorough investigation proofs them guilty and stop withholding and canceling exams results.
Following the recent WAEC paper leakages brouhaha, this article seeks to address critically whether the monopoly of WAEC in Ghana should be broken or remain as it is. WAEC And Their Duties The West African Examination Council popularly known as WAEC is an examination board that was established in 1952 by law to determine the examinations required in the public interest in the English-speaking West African countries, to conduct the examinations and to award certificates comparable to those of equivalent examining authorities internationally.
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 Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is a type of standardized test written by final year students in West Africa.
Dr. Benard Okoe-boye, the former deputy health minister, has demanded checks and balances at the West African Examination Council (WAEC) to ensure that, officials dont leak examination papers. Dr. Okoe-Boye was disturbed by the frequent practice of leaking questions to students, which has made it difficult to assess which students performed well and passed with flying colors.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has revealed that it's investigative team is tracking websites and social media handles aiding in the circulation of examination questions in the ongoing WASSCE. According to the WAEC, it has identified their mode of operations which includes enticing students to pay money while questions are solved for them while some circulate the question papers hours before they're written.
Follow Quik.news for more news updates. The West African Examination Council (WAEC) is solely responsible to examine students at the end of their high school education. This body oversees all schools in West Africa, who are aiming to further their education to Senior High Schools and Universities.
The 2021 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is well underway in over seven hundred (700) centres across the country. The West African Examination Council has issued statements that makes damning revelation about how this year's WASSCE is being conducted. According to the report, the West African Examination Council has suspended some supervisors and invigilators.
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination abbreviated as WASSCE was introduced in 2006 to replace the Senior School Certificate Examination. The Examination is conducted and managed by West African Examination Council popularly known as WAEC. WAEC was Established in 1952. It is conducted for Anglophone countries in West Africa.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says it has postponed Physics 2 and 1 and Business Management paper 2 and paper 1 in the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for candidates. This came about after the two papers were confirmed leaked today in the process of the examination.
Godfred Darko is popularly known to be Mr. Phresh on social media. He created a WhatsApp group named rogue Jerusalema. He created the group purposely for leaking the West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) question papers which comes with payment by the participants. All the WASSCE question papers which leaked across Ghana was said to be the work of Godfred and due to that, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) had to cancel the examination papers and set a new one for the WASSCE candidates.
Following the cancellation of two papers which were Elective Mathematics and English language, WAEC has reached out to the public, releasing an official statement and cancellation of another two papers. Most students in rely solely on external papers rather than preparing for their exams. The West African Examination Council (WAEC) made a warning earlier that any candidate caught in the act of cheating will be sanctioned by the examinations council.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has rescheduled its Physics and Business Management papers in the continuous West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for the following month. In its press explanation endorsed by Head of Test Administration Division, George Ohene-Mantey, WAEC noticed that Physics papers 1&2 will be composed on Friday, October 1, at 8:30 AM whiles Business Management papers 1&2 has been scheduled for Thursday, October 7, at 1 PM.
Final year students of Senior High Schools across the length and breadth of the country are writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Almost in all instances when final year SHS students have had to write the Exams, the examining body, that is, West African Examination Council (WAEC), have expressed concerns on leakages of examination papers and other issues bothering on system compromises.
The West African Examination Council has arrested a gentleman suspected to the the key individual behind WASSCE leaks in Ghana. The gentleman whose name was given as Mr. Phresh, was mentioned to be the individual operating illegal WhatsApp groups and websites, which is said to be used to leak the West African Senior School Certificate Examination questions.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has cancelled Physics paper 2 and 1 and Business Management paper 2 and 1 due to mass leakage hours before start of the paper in the ongoing WASSCE. Due to this, the papers have been rescheduled to be written on a later date which will be communicated later.
The West African Examination Council has cancels two major papers of the ongoing 2021 Wassce examinations. This has come as a surprise to many students cause most of them are in shock and never taught something as this will happen. With the report coming in is that, Physics and Business Management which were scheduled to be written today got leaked and found it way onto social media and various platforms causing a wide spread of the questions.