- The West African Secondary School Certificate Examination kicks-starts Tuesday
- Over 300,000 students from Senior High Schools across the country are expected to sit for the exams
The final examination of all West African Senior High schools popularly known as WASSCE, has started in various Senior High Schools and designated examination halls in the country.
According to reports, some 316,980 Ghanaian candidates have been registered to take part in the exams.
WASSCE is the exam that determines the qualification of students from the Senior High School Level to the Tertiary level.
On April 3, the papers that will be written are Chemistry Praticals, Auto Mechanics and Music.
Acting head of Text Administration Division, Ms Jemima Vanderpuije, announced in February that 946 schools had so far registered for the exam which was going to be be superintended by 946 supervisors.
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This year's number of candidates is higher than the figures registered for both the 2016 and 2017 editions of the examination.
In 2017 and 2016, she said, 289,207 and 274,255 candidates respectively sat for the examination.
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