The BECE for private candidates, 2020 will be starting next week as said by WAEC, in times like this teachers and parents support their children to excel in the examination. We (websaet.com) also want to help, let’s discuss some 5 crucial “Apor” on how to pass the forthcoming private BECE examination.
According to WAEC, BECE for private candidates will be commenced on 10th February to 14th February 2020, 2,154 candidates made up of 1,210 males and 944 females will take the examination that would be administered at 11 centres throughout Ghana.
Avoid Examination Malpractice
Please take note that the Apor here are not leaked examination questions or related to any other rogue activity but rather to caution 2020 BECE prospective candidates who will want to tarnish the image of WAEC and the Ghana Education Service (GES) by engaging in any form of examination malpractices to restrain from the diabolic plans and focused on their efforts on preparing well and psyching up towards the one-week examination that will see candidates taking up to 9 subjects from 10th to 14 February 2020
Watch your Health
Our second Apor to candidates it to be careful with their health and maintain a good and healthy lifestyle a few days to the examination so as not to fall ill and miss any of the papers.
We encourage you to also, believe in yourself and all that your teachers have painstakingly taught you, explained and reechoed during your lessons. Enter the examination hall with unwavering self-belief and give off your best. Do not let any question intimidate you because if it happens chances are that, it can impact your results negatively.
Be at your centre on time
Another Apor is that, ensure you get to the exams centre early enough and be seated at least 30mins to the paper. This gives you some level of emotional stability and helps you relax for the day’s work. Late arrival can be very frustrating.
Have enough Rest before the paper
Prepare well in the last few days and enough rest before each paper. You need your brain to be at full force to recollect, think through and the procedure relevant answers to questions.
Put this Apor into practice and let us make the good grades we deserve after nice(9) years of basic education in Ghana.