In the wake of COVID 19 and the reopening of schools across the country, the Director of GES Prof. Kwasi Opoku-Amankwah, has said WASSCE will no longer be country-specific.
Earlier on, the regional examination body had decided to organise a country-specific examination to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus.
WASSCE will, therefore, be organised in all five West African countries ( Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ghana, The Gambia and Liberia) who partake in such exams.
“We need to rejoice over the fact that there is a breakthrough in how the examinations will be written. By God’s grace, all the five countries have bought into our plan and all of them will write the exams at the same time. The entire schools in West Africa will start the exams on August 3,” he said
This news amplifies the need for cross country learning, wider and broader studies which can be aided by educational tools available in all WASSCE countries.
Elearning portals, online past questions sites are therefore going to be a strong feature in the mode of preparation for the WASSCE exam.
The future is I.T and it’s time school authorities familiarise students to such learning tools now.
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