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BECE School Selection Guidelines For Both Parents And Candidates

BECE School Selection Guidelines, which aim at ensuring the smooth placement of senior high schools for BECE candidates, follow a review of last year’s placement exercise undertaken by the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service (GES).

BECE School Selection Guidelines For Both Parents And Candidates

The Ministry of Education (MoE), in line with the Ghana Education Service (GES), has released new guidelines on how schools are to be selected.

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Restrictions

  • BECE candidates cannot choose more than one (1) School from Category A.
  • BECE candidates cannot select more than two (2) schools from Category B.
  • BECE candidates may select five (5) schools from Category C and One (1) from Category D (Day) or Appendix 3 (Special Boarding).https://go.ezodn.com/charity/http/charity-ads.s3.amazonaws.com/charity_ads/1134/300×250.png
  • Candidates who wish to offer purely TVET programs must select all six (6) TVET Institutes from categories A, B, and C as Day or Boarding.
  • Candidates who wish to offer program choice in relation to future job prospects such as Engineers, Physicians, astronauts, etc. must select STEM/Science in all their choices from Categories A, B, and C as Day or Boarding.

Candidates and parents must note that it is not compulsory to choose schools from category A especially if your performance does not match the competition for such schools. For instance, if you cannot make 7 to 9 once in the BECE, do not be tempted to choose such schools as your first choice.

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