The non-profit-making organization (WAEC) responsible for the administration of 2021 WASSCE has urged supervisors and invigilators who will be associated with the conduct of the impending examination to be of good behaviour.
Mrs Rosemond Wilson, the Head, Post Examinations Department – WAEC in an interview monitored by EducationWeb.com.gh said the success of the examination will be determined by their attitude and conducts.
“We are begging all supervisors, invigilators and candidates to conform with the rules and regulations governing the conduct of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE),” the WAEC staff stated.
The supervisors and invigilators, Mrs Wilson said are to ensure the candidates are searched properly and sitting arrangements are in order as indicated by the Management of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
Advising the final year SHS students preparing to sit for the international examination in September this year, the WAEC official encouraged them to study their books and desist from what she described as ‘Apor’.
“If you don’t learn there is no way you can pass the WASSCE, so please try as hard as you can to learn, the examination questions are based on what your teachers have taught you in school,” Mrs Rosemond told students.
This year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) amid the outbreak of the global coronavirus pandemic will be administered in compliance with the safety Covid-19 protocols outlined by Ghana’s Health Service.