The West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced the official release of the 2019 Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results. The examination was written from June 10th-14th, 2019. We can confirm that the 2019 BECE result is officially out.
The result was released at about 11 pm Thursday evening. 173 candidates had their subject results cancelled for bringing foreign material into the examination hall.
The results have been loaded onto the WAEC official website. Candidates, parents and guardians can access them using the WAEC result checkers. The result checkers are available on the market and post offices. The checker can be bought online as well. Check the simple procedures through the link >>> BUY REULT CHECKERS ONLINE>>>and buy with MTN Momo.
The 2019 BECE was written by a total of 517,332 candidates from 16,871 schools write exams. 19 candidates had their entire results cancelled for bringing mobile phones into the examination hall.
Some “2,497 subject results have been withheld pending the conclusion of investigations into examination malpractice. The withheld subject results will either be released or cancelled as soon as the Council concludes it’s investigation,” the statement added.
The results are currently being hosted online and according to WAEC, candidates “who do desire, may access their results at the Council’s website.”
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However, the statement indicated that the council has started dispatching the results to enable all schools to receive them. The results would, however, pass through the metropolitan, municipal, and district directors of education before finally reaching the various schools.
WAEC has, however, withheld some results pending investigations into alleged examination malpractices.
The Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS)
Now that the 2019 BECE result is officially in, one more thing is on the minds of students. The school placement huddle is the next to be dealt with. The Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) helps in placing students after the results have been released.
Even though his system allows qualified students to be placed in one of the five schools they selected during the school selection phase of the exams.
There have been many challenges in the past. These range from a very slow website for checking placement to the lack of WAEC result checkers. Another one is the inability of the WAEC and GES to place all candidates even though they passed.
It is important to note that, in case a candidate is not selected through the computerized system, he or she may be given the chance to do what the GES calls self-placement.
It’ is always important for students, parents, and guardians to check the results of their wards early enough. This helps them know their performance rather than waiting for so long.
The CSSPS deployed by the Ghana Education Service (GES) helps to post students. Most students are looking forward to being posted to their desired Senior High Schools.
The government has however indicated the Green and Gold Track system introduced in 2018 will not be implemented this year.
Source: Wisdom Eli Kojo Hammond