The Ghana Education and learning Assistance (GES) has cautioned candidates creating the approaching Basic Instruction Certification Examinations to refrain from cheating in the tests.
In a press statement, the Service said that they will ensure that the sanctity of the assessment is maintained.
This arrives soon after many cases of tests misconduct were recorded during the just ended West African Senior College Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
“We want to remind all candidates, invigilators and supervisors to take pleasure in the point that the foundation of accomplishment in life is honesty and tricky get the job done and hence urges all candidates and stakeholders to eschew all types of examination malpractices during the interval,” the assertion reported.
GES noted that the BECE will be carried out with complete regard for all Covid-19 protection protocols.
The examinations is scheduled to get started on September 14 to 18.
The human body iterated that all described circumstances of malpractice will be swiftly investigated and decisively dealt with.
In the meantime, they wished all candidates the best in their examinations.