EducationGhana, September 15, WASSCE 2021: The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced some top examination malpractices in the ongoing West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in Ghana.
- Inside-examination-hall malpractice as a result of poor supervision and invigilation.
- Institutionalized examination malpractice i.e. execution of pre-arranged plans to assist candidates to cheat by solving questions and distributing solutions to the candidates
- Smuggling of mobile phones into the examination halls by candidates awaiting solutions from platforms they have made payments to
- Snapping of question papers at some centres and posting same on various WhatsApp platforms.
WAEC said the examination commenced smoothly across the country with a majority of centres administering the papers on time.
Generally, supervisors/invigilators are complying with the rules and regulations regarding the conduct of the examination. Covid-19 protocols are being observed at the centres and candidates are being verified with the use of biometric machines to flush out impersonators.
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