Detailed 2020 BECE Timetable for School Candidates is here and ready for your download. It contains the time allocated to both the objective test and the subjective or section B.
This time table can help students start learning how to plan the time to spend on each question in the 2020 BECE exams.
For instance, section B of the 2020 BECE exams will require students to answer 3 questions in all. As a candidate, you can use 15 minutes to plan the answers for the three questions you choose to answer. Spend up to 12 minutes on each question and that gives you 36 minutes plus the 15 minutes for preparing. You are left with 9 minutes for reading through your answers to make all the avoidable grammatical and spelling mistakes.
Good planning in the first 10 to 15 minutes can speed up your writing of the final answers and leave you with more time to make all corrections.
We wish you the best even as you use past questions to plan your time in the exams all. Do not get into the 2020 BECE before you start to plan and practice this. Try it with your mocks, and get used to it before the main examination takes off in June.
Let the detailed 2020 BECE Timetable for school candidates guide your preparation as well. You can use the time table to draw your personal learning time table so, on Monday, you learn the subjects you will be writing on Monday, do the same for Tuesday and the rest of the days and allocated Saturday and Sunday for general revisions and a recap of what you learned in the week.