BASIC CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (BECE) RESULTS 2013
Once again Westminster Comprehensive School has done it again. The 2013 batch of B.E.C.E Candidates who wrote their examination from 17th to 24th June 2013 emerged as first in the Ejisu Juaben Municipal.
Below is the list of names of candidates, their index numbers, their aggregates and the Senior High Schools they were placed in.
|INDEX No.||NAME OF CANDIDATE||AGGREGATE||SCHOOL (S.H.S) PLACED IN.|
|503094001||Abu O. Staphanie||07||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094002||Addo Sandra||09||Yaa Asantewaa Girls, Kumasi|
|503094003||Adu Appiah Solomon||08||Presbyterian Boys(Presec), Accra.|
|503094004||Adusei Takyi Abigail||08||Accra Girls, Accra.|
|503094005||Affum Henry||09||Opoku Ware (OWASS), Kumasi|
|503094006||Agyekum Alberta||12||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094007||Amedjotsi D. Elizabeth||08||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094008||Amorin Ellen||11||K.N.U.S.T, Kumasi|
|503094009||Anaafi N. Anthony||12||Prempeh College, Kumasi|
|503094010||Antwi B. Vincentia||07||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094011||Arthur Experanzer||07||Yaa Asantewaa Girls, Kumasi|
|503094012||Asante Constance||08||Kumasi Anglican, Kumasi|
|503094013||Asare Agyeiwaa Juliet||08||Yaa Asantewaa Girls, Kumasi|
|503094014||Badu Ama Boatemaa||07||K.N.U.S.T, Kumasi|
|503094015||Boadu Nketia Benjamin||07||Opoku Ware (OWASS), Kumasi|
|503094016||Boaitey Adjeiwaa Esther||06||St. Louis Girls, Kumasi|
|503094017||Boateng Brayie Lydia||07||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094018||Cobbina Osei Tutu||09||Opoku Ware (OWASS), Kumasi|
|503094019||Coffie Ophelia||06||St. Louis Girls, Kumasi|
|503094020||Dablah Emmanuel||12||Opoku Ware (OWASS), Kumasi|
|503094021||Frimpong Osei Bright||06||Prempeh College, Kumasi|
|503094022||Girentsi Wesley||09||K.N.U.S.T, Kumasi|
|503094023||Saida Hudu||09||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094024||Inkoom G. Godwin||08||K.N.U.S.T, Kumasi|
|503094025||Marfo A. Doreen||06||Aburi Girls, Aburi|
|503094026||Marfo A. Doriss||07||Holy Child Girls, Cape Coast|
|503094027||Mohammed S. Ramatu||07||St. Louis Girls, Kumasi|
|503094028||Opoku Aaron||08||Prempeh College, Kumasi|
|503094029||Opoku Effah Gloria||06||St. Louis Girls, Kumasi|
|503094030||Osei Amankwah Seth||07||Adisadel College, Cape Coast|
|503094031||Osei Amponsah Deborah||09||Kumasi Anglican, Kumasi|
|503094032||Osei Mensah Freda||08||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094033||Owusu A. Judith||07||St. Marys Girls, Accra|
|503094034||Sabah Theodora||07||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094035||Sarfo Esson Francisca||08||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
|503094036||Sarpong Ernestina||09||Konongo-Odumasi, (KOSS), Konongo.|
|503094037||Sarpong Sylvester||07||Opoku Ware (OWASS), Kumasi|
|503094038||Yeboah Juliana||08||Kumasi Girls, Kumasi|
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:
- To conduct examinations in the public interest;
- 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.
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