As part of his working visit, the DCE, Hon. Al-Latiff Amanor visited some exam centers within the district to firstly encourage the 3,382 registered BECE candidates who begun their exam on Monday to write well and pass so they take advantage of the Free Senior High School Education. The visit intends to continue throughout the week to the last day of the exam as it gives the DCE the opportunity to familiarize with the children and the communities in his jurisdiction.
He urged the candidates to have confidence in themselves, and produce what they have learnt on paper, he urged them to put up a good behavior in the exam hall so they don’t find themselves in the wrong side of the authorities. He reminded them to pass well in order to benefit from the Free SHS.
Candidates registered for the examination within the district is a total of Three Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty-Two (3,382) from fifty-one (51) public basic schools and sixty-six (66) private basic schools across eleven (11) examination centres. The examination is expected to end on Friday 19th November 2021. The 11 examination centres are Prampram D/A Basic B Sch, Ayetepa D/A Basic A& B Sch, Afienya D/A Basic A. school, Ningo SHS1, Prampram Freeman Meth Basic school, Afienya D/A Basic C School, Dawhenya Methodist Basic A&B School, Nyigbenya D/A Basic Sch, Dawhenya D/A Basic School, Mataheko D/A Basic A&B school and Ningo SHS 2.