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Candidates are coping well with WASSCE pressure – Teacher Tapp survey

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As candidates begin the 2020 WASSCE today under especially challenging circumstances, it is reassuring to find out that majority of teachers believe their students are coping well with exam pressure.

According to some Ghanaian teachers who partake the Teacher Tapp survey, they are confident that their students are coping well with the examination pressure despite the presence of the novel coronavirus.

The Teachers said the resilience and commitment of the candidates during this challenging times indicates that they would perform excellently in the examinations than previous years.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the Free SHS secretariate in a separate statement has encouraged the prospective candidates to put in their best in the ongoing examination.

The Service advised them to concentrate on their preparations towards their various subject papers and desist from any form of unaccepted activities (examination malpractice) that could lead to cancellation of some or their entire subject results.

It further urged persons associated with the conduct of the examination including Regional/District Directors, supervisors and invigilators to ensure the conduct of this years examination are malpractice free.

Teacher Tapp, the Ghana Education Service approved 100% free daily survey of teachers across Ghana, wishes candidates the very best of luck.

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