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The West Africa Examination council have announced the rescheduling of the Physics 2 & 1 and Business Management 2 & 1 Papers originally scheduled for today, Wednesday, 15th September, 2021.
This follows information received from investigation which states that the circulation of the questions was not extensive.
“Reports from initial investigations and further information received indicate that the circulation was not extensive. Additionally, the Council would deploy various internationally accepted assessment procedures and interventions within its domain to guarantee the credibility of results. Consequently, those found culpable will be sanctioned.”
The Office has rescheduled the Physics 2 & 1 and Business Management 2 & 1 Papers originally scheduled for today, Wednesday, 15th September, 2021. A new date for the rescheduled papers will be communicated in due course. However, Auto Mechanics 2 & 1 will be administered today, 15th September, 2021 at 14:00 hours as scheduled.
As a further step to safeguard the integrity of the examination, the Council has put in place the following measures:
(1) Strict internal controls and compliance by all staff to the Security Regulations of the Council.
(2) Increased inspection and monitoring at the various centres. Additionally, the following schools in respect of which tip offs were received on intents to cheat are being closely monitored for evidence to validate the claims:
Ejisu Senior High Technical School
Anlo-Afiadenyigba Senior High School,
Tepa Senior High School
Yeji Senior High Technical School
King David College, Somanya
Ideal College, Sunyani
Christ the King Senior High School, Obuasi
Modern Senior High School, Kpong
Modern Senior High School, Kintampo
Oyoko Methodist Senior High School
Klo Agogo Senior High School
(3) Withdrawal of some supervisors and invigilators from providing services for the Council pending further sanctioning.
(4) Scrutiny of scripts of schools where cheating has been reported. Where mass cheating is established in centres, the appropriate sanctions would be applied.
(5) Continued tracking of rogue websites and social media cartels in collaboration with security agencies.