GES responds to the trending “BECE Candidates to sit for Only 5 Papers” - Read the details here”

In recent days, a circulating flyer and various news and media blogs have sparked a trending story suggesting that this year's Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) candidates will only sit for five papers. The papers listed in the flyer include Integrated Science (with Computing included), Mathematics, English Language, Ghanaian Language, and General Paper, which consists of Religious and Moral Education (RME), Social Studies, and Career Technology. • Teaching Opportunities in New Brunswick, Canada: Apply Now for a Fulfilling Career

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However, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has swiftly responded to this story on their official Facebook page, urging the general public to disregard any information or video promoting the notion that BECE candidates will write only five subjects this year. The GES's statement clarifies that the BECE syllabus remains unchanged, and candidates are still required to write the usual papers.

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It is essential to verify the authenticity of any information before spreading it, especially in the education sector where misinformation could negatively impact students' academic progress. Therefore, we advise all stakeholders in the education industry to cross-check any news or updates with official sources before sharing them. • Discover Visa Sponsorship Opportunities for Teaching Jobs in the UK

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