We will go over all you need to know about the new WAEC BECE Grading System 2023 in this article.
The goal of the WAEC BECE Grading System 2023 is to apply standardized evaluations of various degrees of course completion.
Grades may be assigned as letters, reaches, percentages, or numbers out of a possible total. In some countries, grades are calculated using the middle value to get a standard grade point.
The grading system will assist you as a student or parent in determining your total grade point so you can choose courses or programs that satisfy the necessary cut-off points.
Below are marks and their grades in BECE.
BECE Grading System: How To Calculate your BECE Aggregate in 2023
90-100 is graded as 1, GRADE AA+. It is the HIGHEST grade in the grading system.
80-89, the second category in this classification is graded as 2, GRADE A. it is denoted as HIGHER.
70-79, is grade 3, a B+ and is described as HIGH.
60 -69 is grade 4, GRADE B, described as HIGH AVERAGE.
55 – 60 is GRADE C+, classified as 5 and described as AVERAGE.
LOW AVERAGE is a description of marks falling between 50-54 and GRADE C; number 6 in the grading system.
Any mark ranging between 40-49 is considered as GRADE D+ and number 7; described as LOW
35-39 is GRADE E which is number 8, described as LOWER in the Stanine grading system.
GRADE F, 9 characterized by 9 is the LOWEST grade, which falls between 0-34.
For all individuals who took the BECE examinations and are impatiently awaiting their outcomes. Questions like, “How am I going to calculate my results?” are prevalent.
One of the most significant tests in Ghana Education Service is the BECE exam. It is critical to comprehend the WAEC grading system and the process the test organization uses to determine BECE results in order to improve your performance and confidence.
The concept is that pupils should take proactive steps to gain admission to reputed senior high schools around the nation.
How to calculate Aggregate
Now lets look into a more precise grade for your BECE. This is the most common. Here is how to calculate your BCE aggregate;
Take the grades of the four (4) Core Subjects (English, Core Maths, Science & Social Studies) and add best two (2) Elective subjects to it, preferrable core subjects with respect to the programme you want to study in Senior High School – SHS.
See the candidate exams results below;
From the above you can take the four (4) Core Subjects and two (2) Electives.
English – 3
Int. Science – 3
Social Studies – 6
& best two electives
Home Econs – 3
RME – 4
So: 3+3+3+6+3+4 = 22
Hence this candidate had Aggregate 22.
Your chances of being accepted into the school of your choice increase with your BECE grade. Your grades are very important as to what institution accepts you to study with them. The Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) is used by the GES to assign pupils to various schools around the nation.