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BECE 2022: How to answer essay type of questions as a Candidate

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Ferdinand|EducationGhanaOctober 10|BECE 2022: How to answer essay type of questions as a Candidate

The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has scheduled the 2022 Basic
Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to start on Monday, 17th October,
2022 to Friday, 21st October 2022.

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Ahead of the examination, an examiner and a Ghanaian Language Tutor Mr.
Tikya Eric Wireko has outlined some Tips for 2022 BECE candidates to guide
them in the upcoming exams.

 

How to answer essay type of questions

  1. Omit Useless Words in Sentences.
    Useless Words are words in sentences which has no use. These words when
    omitted from a sentence do not change the sentence.

Example,
Omit the Useless Words in the following sentences.
1. We are still deriving pleasure and enjoyment from Shakespeare’s play.
2. Mr Amadu’s traits of character are like those of many men in our day and
age.
3. Each and every pupil in this class knows that what I say is true.

When you are answering an examination question, remember the Examiner is
not your teacher. This means your writing should be legible.

You should also write concise but meaningful sentences. Don’t leave space and hope the Examiner will continue for you.

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2. Presenting Two Answers for one Question.

Many candidates often present two answers for one question especially when they are not sure which of them is right. This is not advisable and Candidates should desist from them.

When a candidate gives two answers to a question and one Of them is wrong, he or she scores ZERO.

TIPS DURING THE EXAMINATION

1. Don’t talk with a colleague.
2. Read the questions to understand before answering.
3. You can skip questions but don’t skip papers.

 

4. Do not leave a space with the hope that you will get the answer later.
5. Label all answers correctly.
6. Do not answer two questions on the same page.
7. Cross out clearly answers you think it is an error or mistake.

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How to write and address any form of Letter to the Ghana Education Service HERE

How to write and Address an Application for Car Maintenance Allowance as a Teacher HERE

How to write and Address an Application for Responsibility Allowance as a Teacher HERE

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