The Senior final year Students (SHS 3) And SHS 2 Students To Vacate Next Week
As usual the 2023 academic calendar for all Senior High Schools in Ghana is progressively coming to an end. The first semester of the 2023 academic year has already ended.
All Senior final year Students (SHS 3 students) from both double and single track schools will be going on break on 2nd June, 2023. Students are expected to resume on 9th June, 2023. It is a one-week break to allow students to change the environment, releasing the stress and get some vital items for the 2023 WASSCE.
Also, all second year students (SHS 2 students) in double track schools will be going on vacation on Friday, 2nd June, 2023. This is the same date as those in Final Year. They are however expected to resume on 13th August, 2023, two (2) months and some weeks to stay home.
However, the SHS 2 students in single track schools will not be going on break/vacation next week. Their next vacation is on 25th August, 2023.
here are some of the things to do especially the FINAL YEAR STUDENTS SHS3 Only: HOW TO STUDY FOR WASSCE AFTER VACATION
The WAEC syllabus is a subject outline for each topic you need to study for the WASSCE examination. WAEC syllabus serves as a guide for students to know what to read and understand for the exam. Every student must prepare for their examinations using the WAEC syllabus. It is the only way to prepare for the exam.
Candidates should not put fear in them as the WASSCE is sometimes considered as a just another classroom test.
What candidates needs to do is to study and also be in class for the last ‘APOR’ from teachers.
Also study past questions. One secret most candidates doesn’t know about the WASSCE is that, WAEC doesn’t really set new questions. About 90% of all WASSCE questions are all past questions. WAEC usually frame the questions to make it new, but it’s a past question.
Candidates should concentrate on the last five WASSCE past questions; which include; 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019 and 2018.
Avoid Total Dependence On Teachers And Tutors For Exams Preparation.If you think total dependence on your teacher will help you pass your exams, then you are wrong. As a WASSCE candidate, you have to do a lot more on your own. Constant reading, preparation and looking for additional materials on the subject matter will broaden your mind, understanding and make your answers richer d unique. Do not over depend on your tutor, do more for your self and increase your understanding. Today, almost everything you are learning is available on the internet. Note: Avoid social media distraction when your are doing your research online.
For those yet to sit for WAEC Exam, the best time to study for your WAEC exam is now. Even if you are in SHS1 or SHS2, you can begin to prepare for the WASSCE exam.
Believing in yourself that you can achieve success is the key to how to pass your WAEC examination.