Statement: NUGS Wishes BECE Candidates Well
B.E.C-EXAMINATIONS: GOOD LUCK TO YOU BROTHERS AND SISTERS ; CALL FOR GOOD CONDUCT.
Leadership of the National Union of Ghana Students extend well wishes and prayers for our brothers and sisters sitting for their B. E. C. E this week.
You worked hard on your books. You slept less. You waited for today. We are proud of you.
We urge you to go for gold. We pray for God’s | Allah’s grace of photographic memories. Remember to cross your Ts and dots your Is. Panic not and trust in God and whatever you have learnt. With these and our earnest prayers that we say ahead of you, we hope and wish for success.
Brothers and sisters, whilst wishing you the best of luck, we remind you of the recent standards set by your predecessors. The 2017 batch of students recorded 0 percent failure following the newly introduced Stanine Grading System. This didn’t only brighten the faces of our proud parents and teachers who were happy for the worthy returns to their investments in our education but also, proved ourselves as ready and true future leaders who would perform creditably when given the opportunities for higher education.
We also urge you to abide by the laid down guidelines and examination conduct mindful of the over 1,298 of your results which were upheld pending investigations in the 2017 BECE. This year let's work towards a clean sheet.
We trust your teachers have gone through the examination conducts with you before today. Be assured the invigilators in your respective halls would do same briefly before the exercise commences.
Relax and give exact account of what you have learned. Trust yourself ; trust your source of grace and strength and pass with excellence.
Remember to take every paper as a fresh start to your academic success.
We love you and hoping to congratulate you soon on your success.
Cheers! Brothers and Sisters. Good luck!
NUGS General Secretary
(Leader) Frank Amoakohene