GES Cautions Stakeholders Against All Forms Of Exam Malpractice Ahead Of Monday

The 2021 BECE will start from Monday, November 15, 2021, and end on Friday, November 19, 2021, at all the 2,158 designated centers across the country.

Mrs. Sally Nelly Coleman heard of GES Western Region  “said Students are advised the candidates to desist from any form of examination malpractice) because it doesn’t show integrity but one should learn hard to make it so they become proud of themselves. She also addressed why they select schools after wassce. She said it helps the student’s asses themselves so they know the school to go to. Also she said the teachers have done their best. So any teacher who is caught doing otherwise will face the GES and the law.

Parents should ensure their children’s duties are assisted and also pray for the children and give them confidence. They should try and go for their children after every paper to avoid any immoral activities especially on the last day. She advised the children to work hard and also have courage.”

A total of 571,894 candidates will from Monday 15th November to Friday 19th November sit for the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) at the designated 2,158 exams centers across the country.

The Ghana Education Service in a statement advised the candidates to desist from any form of examination malpractice.

“The Management of GES wishes to congratulate all 571,894 Candidates involved for their hard work and fortitude so far and to also express its profound gratitude to all Teachers, Heads of Basic Schools, Directors of Education, Parents / Guardians, and all Stakeholders for the crucial roles they have played so far in preparing the candidates for the examination” the statement indicated.

The GES noted that its outfit together with WAEC, and the security services are working jointly to ensure the smooth conduct of the examinations at all the centers across the country.

Additionally, supervisors and invigilators are to ensure strict adherence to the Covid protocols at centers.

“Parents, candidates, and the general public are informed that the school selection process will commence after the BECE. Details of the selection process will be communicated in due course” the statement added.

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