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Ghana’s WASSCE for this academic year will begin on August 1 and ends September 27.



The West African Senior High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for this academic year will begin on August 1 and run through September 27.

On Monday, August 1, the candidates would start with project work subjects like basketry, pottery, and graphic design, according to information on the West African Examinations Council’s (WAEC) website.

The candidates would submit their English language (oral) paper on Monday, August 29, 202

On September 8, 2022, an essay and objectives in English would be written.
After the extended closing date of April 8, 2022, 422 883 candidates from 977 schools enrolled for the WASSCE.

The number included 14 candidates with hearing impairment and 72 candidates with visual impairment, comprising 39 men and 33 women.

A total of 60 subjects, including 56 electives and 4 core subjects, would be given to potential applicants.

Only Ghanaian candidates are left to take the 2022 WASSCE, according to Madam Wendy Enyonam Addy-Lamptey, Head of the Ghana National Office of WAEC, who made this announcement on July 20.

She stated that the other four WAEC members—Nigeria, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia—have switched back to the May/June calendar and this year’s WASSCE was administered to school applicants from May 9 to June 24.

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