FANTEAKWA: BECE candidates urged to desist from exam malpractices
Mr. Charles Oware Tweneboah, the District Chief Executive of Fanteakwa, has advised final year Junior High School (JHS) students in his district to detach themselves from examination malpractices in order to come out with clean results and also to avoid result cancellation.

Date Created : 6/5/2018 2:17:22 AM : Story Author :

The DCE, Mr. Charles Oware Tweneboah has therefore asked the candidates who have sat for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) from Monday, June 4, 2018, to take their time and reflect on questions before attempting to answer them.

He said this will afford them an opportunity to ponder over the questions and come out with the possible best answer.

According to Mr. Oware, going through the questions thoroughly will aid you to identify best answers rather than thinking of ”apo” since all have been already taught in class.

“Just take your time, understand the questions and write out your answers clearly. Even where you do not have answers, take your time and think about it and you will find an answer” he indicated.

Examination malpractice is defined as a deliberate wrongdoing contrary to official examination rules designed to place a candidate an unfair advantage or disadvantage.