CSSPS 2021 BECE students who qualify to get Free SHS placement

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The GES, via its leadership, has identified the CSSPS BECE students eligible for free SHS placement in 2021.

Are you aware that the CSSPS has defined the type of BECE students eligible for SHS placement in 2021? According to Edulearnweb’s reputable source, the Management of the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) has specified the types of pupils eligible for SHS placement into various second cycle schools following the imminent publication of the 2021 school posting.

According to the portal, students who will be placed include regular students (BEC candidates who sat for the examination as school candidates), private candidates (those who were required to resit the BECE due to failing an earlier examination, as well as those who sat for the examination for the first time outside the school system), and foreign students.

“Each year, we process three distinct sorts of students for placement. Regular students, i.e. those who took the BECE for School, private BECE students, and overseas students,” the CSSPS officer noted in response to an inquiry concerning school placement.

Students will be assigned to various second-cycle schools based on their aggregated and raw results from the BECE for School and Private applicants.

Mr. Opoku-Amankwa, the Director-General of the GES, announced that the team in charge of the CSSPS, or school selection system, has begun the selection and placement process and that it would be made available to children to verify their school placement. He did not, however, disclose the number of pupils who will be placed. “We are now analyzing attrition data to determine the actual number of students who qualified for placement,” he explained.

He continued by stating that the Management of the Computerized School Selection and Placement System and GES are striving to guarantee pupils attend school on time according to the academic calendar.

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