BECE 2021: Do your part to give off your best- GNACOPS to Candidates


EducationGhana, November 15, BECE 2021: The Ghana National Council of Private Schools (GNACPS) has advised candidates of the 2021 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to put up their best in the exams and come out with flying colours.

GNACOPS made this statement in a press release on November 14, 2021.


Read full statement below;

Press release,14/11/2021
BECE 2021: Do your part to give off your best- Gnacops to candidates

The Basic Education Certificate Examination is a National Assessment Test conducted by the West Africa Council, Waec for students who will be completing their Junior High School, JHS.

Children who sit and pass the exams successfully get the opportunity to further their education in the Second cycle and Technical and Vocational institutions.

The Ghana National Council of Private Schools wishes to congratulate all the 571,894 from both public and private schools who took part in this year’s BECE examination.

Out of this, 264,750 are candidates from the Private Sector of Education in the country
The council takes this opportunity to express its profound gratitude to all teachers who out of their busy schedules took their time to help these candidates to this far.

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According to the National Executive Director of the Ghana National Council of Private Schools, Mr Enoch Kwasi Gyetuah, he is very optimistic that this year’s BECE would record the best results it has ever produced in the years past.

He again expressed his heartfelt condolences to all the six children who lost their lives whilst crossing a river in the savanna region.
“ We never planned for this unfortunate incident. We know it will be a very hard nut for their families to crack. We appeal to their families to take refuge in the Lord. We are sorry their wait for victory went wrong”

He advised that management of schools and the West Africa Examination Council should deliver diligently on their mandate for no candidate to feel being alienated.

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The executive director has called on all candidates to give off their best to come out with flying colours.


Samuel Nyamekye
National Communication Director-Gnacops

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