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Basic Education Certificate Examination Results 2011

BECE Results Rankings for Public and Private Schools in Ejisu-Juaben Municipality

The Municipality's percentage passed April 2011:

  Number Number Number Number Percentage  
Name of School Registered Passed Failed Absent Passed Position
Westminster Comprehensive School 23 23 - - 100% 1st
Nana Abrafi Prep. School 31 31 - - 100% 2nd
Mount Zion Prep. 28 28 - - 100% 3rd
Gt future Leaders 23 23 - - 100% 4th
Life Faith Int 18 18 - - 100% 5th
Jesus is King Int 21 21   - 100% 6th
Nana Akyamaa II SDA JHS 49 49 - - 100% 7th
Mother Smith JHS 10 10 - - 100% 8th
Adarko Jachie JHS 35 35 - - 100% 9th
Havard Royal Learning Centre 5 5 - 28 100% 10th
Ejisu M/A Model JHS 91 90 1 - 99% 11th
Onwe M/A 2 JHS 46 45 1 - 98% 12th
Juaben Owusu Forkuo R/C JHS 45 44 1 - 98% 13th
Ejisu Presby JHS 91 88 3 1 97% 14th
Baworo M/A JHS 23 22 1 - 96% 15th
Saviour Int. JHS 24 22 2 - 92% 16th
Juabenman Prep. JHS 13 12 1 - 92% 17th
Malbex Prep JHS 23 21 2 35 91% 18th
Fumesua Anglican JHS 113 102 11 - 90% 19th
Juaben Anglican JHS 39 34 5 - 87% 20th
Domeabra M/A JHS 34 29 5 - 85% 21st
Apromase M/A JHS 29 24 5 - 83% 22nd
Holy Kings Int. JHS 12 10 2 - 83% 23rd
Ejisu Meth. Prep. JHS 18 15 3 - 83% 24th
Hwereso/Boankra M/A JHS 28 21 7 - 75% 25th
Hwereso M/A JHS 24 18 6 - 75% 26th
Juaben Benevolent Islamic 25 18 7 - 72% 27th
Akyawkrom M/A JHS 31 21 10 - 68% 28th
Kwaso M/A JHS 58 38 20 - 66% 29th
Tikrom M/A JHS 60 37 23 - 62% 30th
Onwe M/A1 JHS 102 63 39 1 62% 31st
KrapaM/A JHS 45 28 17 - 62% 32nd
Abankro M/AJHS 21 13 8 - 62% 33rd
Achiase M/A JHS 66 40 26 - 59% 34th
Abenase/Edwinase M/A JHS 64 38 26 - 58% 35th
Bonwireman Int. JHS 40 23 17 - 57% 36th
Anointing Educ. Complex 14 8 6 - 57% 37th
Deduako M/A JHS 16 9 7 - 56% 38th
Achiaa Tawia JHS 44 24 20 - 55% 39th
Bobie Ansah Kessie JHS 60 32 28 - 53% 40th
Nobewam M/A JHS 48 25 23 - 52% 41st
Juaben Meth. JHS 44 21 23 1 48% 42nd
Bomfa M/A JHS 33 16 17 - 48% 43rd
Kwamo Presby JHS 34 16 18 - 47% 44th
Kyerekrom M/A JHS 50 23 27 - 46% 45th
Besease M/A JHS 87 38 49 - 44% 46th
Esaase M/A JHS 21 9 12 - 43% 47th
Achinakrom Meth. JHS 31 13 18 - 42% 48th
Kwaso Preby JHS 63 26 37 - 41% 49th
Ebetco JHS 112 41 71 2 37% 50th
New Koforidua Presby 35 13 22 - 37% 51st
Krapa Kenilworth 23 8 15 - 35% 52nd
Kwamo M/A JHS 94 33 61 1 35% 53rd
Boamadumase M/A JHS 20 7 13 - 35% 54th
Sarpeh M/A JHS 12 4 8 - 33% 55th
New Koforidua M/A JHS 31 10 21 - 32% 56th
Akronwe M/A JHS 19 6 13 - 32% 57th
Kubease M/A JHS 16 5 11 - 31% 58th
Atia M/A JHS 51 15 36 1 29% 59th
Duampompo M/A JHS 17 5 12 1 29% 60th
Ejisu R/C JHS 52 13 39 - 25% 61st
New Life Int JHS 16 4 12 - 25% 62nd
Asotwe M/A JHS 49 11 38 - 22% 63rd
Ejisu M/A JHS 138 29 109 - 21% 64th
Adumase R/C JHS 29 6 23 - 21% 65th
Nana Antobere JHS 30 6 24 - 20% 66th
Donyina R/C JHS 21 4 17 - 19% 67th
Ampabame/Adadientem M/A JHS 26 5 21 - 19% 68th
Essienimpong M/A JHS 56 10 46 1 18% 69th
Juaben Presby JHS 27 4 23 - 15% 70th
OdoyefeM/A JHS 7 1 6 1 14% 71st
Peminase M/A JHS 15 2 13 - 13% 72nd
Ofoase M/A JHS 16 2 14 - 13% 73rd
AchinakromM/A JHS 28 3 25 - 11% 74th
Bonwire M/A JHS 38 4 34 - 11% 75th
Wabiri M/A JHS 23 2 21 - 9% 76th
Donyina Presby JHS 20 1 19 1 5% 77th
Domakwai M/A JHS 14 0 14 - 0% 78th
Prince of Peace (Kwaso) 7 0 7 - 0% 79th
Juaben M/A JHS 33 0 33 - 0% 80th
NkyerepoasoM/A JHS 20 0 20 2 0% 81st

 

Basic Education Certificate Examination

The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) throughout the country under tight security. This important examination is both for certification and selection to Senior Secondary Schools and Technical Institutes. Candidates must be in the third year of a Junior Secondary School that is approved by the Ghana Education Service to be eligible to take part in this examination. The examination is conducted nationwide in April and it is of five-day duration.

WAEC : West African Examination Council

The West African Examinations Council, a non-profit-making organisation, with its head-quarters in Accra, Ghana, was established in 1952 after the Governments of Ghana (then Gold Coast), Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia enacted the West African Examinations Council Ordinances in 1951. Liberia became the fifth member of the Council in 1974.

The enactment of the Ordinances was based on the Jeffrey Report, which strongly supported the proposal for the setting up of a regional examining board to harmonise and standardise pre-university assessment procedures in the then British West Africa.

The main objectives of the Council are:

  1. To conduct examinations in the public interest;
  2. To award certificates, provided that the certificates did not represent lower standards of attainment than equivalent certificates of examining authorities in the United Kingdom.

In Ghana, WAEC is responsible for several examinations. The main ones are the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for Junior Secondary Schools and the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) for Senior Secondary Schools.

The results of the BECE are released in August to enable successful and qualified candidates enter Senior Secondary Schools and Technical Instituties at the beginning of the academic year in September. The results lists are sent to the participating schools, whilst each candidate receives a statement of results through his/her school.

The SSCE Results are released 3 months after the conduct of the examination ie. November/December for the School Examination and February for the Private candidates examination. Results sheets showing the results in the examination as a whole for each school are forwarded to participating schools soon after release. In addition statements of results for individual candidates are sent to the schools for collection by candidates. Each private candidate is sent a statement of results showing his/her performance in the examination. Results sheets and statements of results are sent to schools and private candidates without fee or application.