Mock Exam Tomorrow Nation-wide for all 12 Graders

In an effort to effectively professionalize and improve the educational system of our country, Liberia, the Ministry of Education has announced that all 12th Graders that the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Mock Examination will be administered on Friday, March 29, 2019, commencing 8:00 AM prompt, with a caution to all students to assemble at their various centers where they have been attending the WASSCE tutorial classes. The Mock Exam will comprise of two subjects: Mathematics and Language Arts.
According to a release from the Ministry of Education, “Students are encouraged to use this exercise to acquaint themselves with the official WASSCE Examination procedures. The Mock Examination is geared towards motivating students build their confidence and self-esteem in public examinations as well as measure the learning achieved from the WASSCE tutorial sessions. The Students are hereby reminded that the results from the MOCK Examination will pose no danger or negative effect on their academic performances of their final school year results.
“The Ministry of Education reiterates that the promised benefits of foreign scholarships to top 10 (ten) high performing students on the official WASSC Examination remains applicable. The best top 10 (ten) students for the upcoming WASSC Examination will be offered foreign scholarships to pursue further studies.
“Please note that the WASSCE Mock examination which will be administered this Friday, March 29, 2019, is Free-of-Charge. Students must simply come along with their pencils, pens, ID cards and neatly dressed in their uniforms. Henceforth, the Ministry will provide the following instructional materials for the smooth administration of the Mock Exam such as test papers and other materials needed at the various testing centers.
“It is important to note that the WASSCE intervention project is implemented as an immediate impact initiative while the Ministry finalizes major projects geared towards a holistic improvement of the education system of Liberia”, the release concluded.

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