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2023 BECE: Avoid Exam Malpractices- ONMA MCE Tells Candidates

The Okaikwei North Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) has urged candidates writing the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to desist from all forms of exam malpractices.
This, Honourable Boye Laryea indicated could lead to the cancellation of their papers even to affect those who did not indulge in such acts.
He explained that the examination is the time for the candidates to render account to their parents and caretakers of their years of learning in school.
Speaking during a tour of some examination centres in the Municipality on Monday, the Okaikwei North MCE noted that the candidates must relax, concentrate and avoid fears.
“There’s no reason to panic or to be jittery; exams is just about what you have learnt…recollect what you have learnt and do your best” Honourable Laryea stated.
He was optimistic the teachers have adequately prepared the candidates to write the exams which enters its day two Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Cynthia Aboni, the Municipal Education Director for Okaikwei north tasked the candidates to adhere to the examination rules and regulations.
Some of the Centres visited include Apenkwa Cluster of Schools, Mzpah International School, Fadama Cluster of Schools, Tesano Cluster of Schools and St. Charles Lwanga R/C Basic School.
A little over 600,000 candidates are writing the exams nationwide that ends on Friday August 11, 2023.
They include 300,323 males and 300,391 females from 18,993 schools nationwide.
In the Okaikwei North Municipality, a total of 1,749 candidates comprising 880 males and 916 females are writing the exams.
1,325 candidates are sitting for the exams in the Okaikwei Central Municipality made up of 613 boys and 712 girls.

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