Explainer: Steps to check SHS placement online

Explainer: Steps to check SHS placement online

- The Ministry of Education has released a video guide to aid prospective Senior High School students to easily identify where they have been placed by the computerised system

- A total of 517,331 candidates took part in the 2019 basic examination nationwide

- Prospective Senior High School students who wrote the Basic Education Certificate Examination a few months ago can now check the SHS they have assigned

Students who wrote the 2019 BECE can now check their placements into Senior High School (SHS).

The placement allows prospective SHS students to easily identify where they have been placed by the computerised system.

The school placements can be checked on phone or via a computer, provided one has acquired a placement card.

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The placement portal was opened on Sunday, September 8 and it allows students to use their placement cards for unlimited number of times.

The Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) allows students to see the school they have been admitted to and the programmes they were offered.

To check the SHS computerised placement online, there are some simple steps one must follow.

First, visit the portal website at, www.cssps.gov.gh and buy an eVoucher. The next step is to enter your BECE index number, which should be 10 digits.

The index number should be followed by your year of completion. Example; if your index number is 1000000000 and you completed in 2019, then what you will input is, 100000000019.

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From there, enter your 12-digit eVoucher number and proceed to know your placement.

You can either decide to save the outcome on your PC or print it out.

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