Essay Of Ghanaian Teacher From Licensure Exam Filled With Basic Grammatical Error

Essay Of Ghanaian Teacher From Licensure Exam Filled With Basic Grammatical Error

  • Over 6,000 candidates failed the recent Ghana Teachers Licensure Exams, leading to a widespread discussion on social media
  • The attention intensified when an essay question from one candidate surfaced, revealing numerous errors
  • Social media users expressed concern about the state of education and emphasized the need for improved teacher training and examination standards to ensure a competent and skilled teaching workforce

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The recent Ghana Teachers Licensure Exams have generated significant attention as over 6,000 candidates were unsuccessful in passing the examination.

Adding to the buzz is the emergence of an essay question from one candidate riddled with errors. Social media platforms have been abuzz with reactions to this development.

The essay question, filled with grammatical and spelling mistakes, has sparked debate and raised concerns about the quality of education and the readiness of aspiring teachers after UTV Ghana posted it.

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Sample answer from Ghana Teachers Licensure Exams
Ghanaian aspiring teacher's exam question goes viral Photo credit: David Sacks via Getty Images; UTV via Facebook
Source: UGC

Parts of it read:

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"I am very happy to write you this letter. the letter that writer is that meeting very body to most come of the discuss the school programm bt"

Ghanaians react to sample answers from Ghana Teachers Licensure Exams

Many social media users have expressed their astonishment and disappointment, highlighting the importance of competent educators who can provide quality instruction to students.

Check out some of their comments below:

Felix K. Sarfo said:

I would have doubted this but having opportunity of marking scripts of some tertiary students b4, I reserve my comment

Nana Adomako mentioned:

Never listening to this nonsense post because we teachers are trained and as matter of fact we have learnt since childhood till this time. Even my class four learner's wouldn't write ✍️ this. Respect teachers because we have learnt a lot

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Evelynking Nkansah stated:

No teacher who has been to shs and tertiary will write this. It is a plan thing just to disgrace teachers.

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Nana Aba Anamoah corrects grammar of thief who stole candles at her party after apology

In another report, one of the robbers who stole candles from Nana Aba Anamoah's birthday party last Saturday has been apprehended.

After Nana Aba threatened to share a video of the incident, the thief entered her direct message to ask for forgiveness.

In their conversation, Nana Aba chastised the thief and made spelling corrections.

Mistake by travel agent caused Ghanaian student to be deported from Canada

In other news, a Ghanaian student who had flown to Canada to finish his study was expelled back to Ghana due to his lack of login information.

Prince Kojo Tawiah, who described the situation on his YouTube channel, claimed that the student was unaware of any information about his institution because the agent who assisted him failed to give it to him.

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