My Daughter Didn’t Get School With Aggregate 35 But Her Friend Got School With Aggregate 39
My daughter’s classmate, who had aggregate 39 got a school, but my daughter didn’t get school with aggregate 35.
Last Wednesday, the Ghana Education Service (GES) announced that students who passed the 2022 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) would be placed in Senior High Schools and Technical, Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) institutions all throughout the nation.
On Wednesday, February 15, the GES stated at a press conference in Accra that 538,399 applicants qualified to be placed in the different SHSs around the nation out of the 547,329 registered students.
Also, 372,780 candidates—or 69.24%—were put into various schools on autopilot.
The GES said that 165,601 candidates who were unable to be matched with the schools of their choice would have to self-place.
The Director General of the Ghana Education Service, Dr. Eric Nkansah also told the media that first-year students are expected to report to school on February 20 for their admission processes to begin.
A furious mother, whose child was refused admission to any school, accused GES of defrauding her of her daughter.
The angry mother said that although her daughter had an aggregate of 35 and was not enrolled in school, her buddy, who had an aggregate of 39, got admitted to a SHS.
The mother claimed that Mfantsiman was her daughter’s second choice after Aburi Girls.
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