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BECE 2022: Top 12 reasons why Candidates fail in the BECE

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Ferdinand|EducationGhanaOctober 10| BECE 2022: Top 12 reasons why Candidates fail in the BECE

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.

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.

He also unveiled simple reasons candidates fail in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) annually.

TIPS FOR 2022 BECE CANDIDATES

12 SIMPLE REASONS WHY CANDIDATES FAIL IN THE BASIC EDUCATION
CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION

2022 BECE TIPS FOR CANDIDATES
HOW TO REMEMBER EVERYTHING IN THE EXAMS HALL
Presenting Two Answers for one Question.
TIPS DURING THE EXAMINATION

According to him, most BECE candidates adopt wrong practices before,
during and after each paper leading to their failure in the Examination.

He has taken the opportunity to outline certain examination tips as a guide
to assist reduce the mass failure in Basic Education Certificate Examination
(BECE).

12 SIMPLE REASONS WHY CANDIDATES FAIL IN THE
BASIC EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION

1. Copying down whole passages as answers to questions especially the
comprehension (Ghanaian Language and English Language).

 

2. Some scripts were incomprehensible (meaningless) or could not be read
at all.

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3. Presenting more than one alternative answer to one question, one of
which is either correct or wrong.

4. Jumping pages of the answer booklet in presenting answers to one
particular question.

5. Poor spelling, Poor handwriting, Faulty Paragraphing, and Misuse of
punctuation marks.

6. Non–adherence to rubrics (not following the requirements of the
question).

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7. Some candidates deviated in answering Questions.

8. Wholesale lifting of sentences from the passage and this resulted in vague
answers.

9. Candidates don’t know how to answer composition and comprehension
questions.

10. Candidates did not understand the rubrics to questions and the question
as a whole.

11. Candidates need to read a lot of literature in the language to help them
enrich their vocabulary and expression.

12. The answers to some of the questions were wrongly numbered by some
of the candidates.

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