GCE exams ends hitchfree

The last phase of exams for the General Certificate of Education(GCE) ended last June 12th, 2011 in all writing centres around Cameroon.
In Buea,the Delegate for Secondary Education in the South West region, Francis Ngondo Mokoba expressed satisfation looking at the turnout of candiadtes and staff authoririties in various centres. The Delegate said all the schools he had visited in the 6 departments of the region did pull on well.At this point, he is assured it is a good omen that the activity would ride on hitch-free even to till the marking process.
The Principal of Bilingual Grammar School(BGS), Buea, Ewusi Nathaniel said the exams had been without any major difficulty. He  said there were a few students with individual problems on their slips who were however allowed to sit in for the exams before any post-investigation could be done on their documents.”Others, he said “came with the intention to register for some subjects, but we refered them to the GCE Board.” The principal explained that schools writing in BGS ensured that the slips of their candidates had been sent before hand.
The Principal ofThe Government Technical School,GTHS, Molyko, David Molua equally ascertained that exams in his centre went on smoothly with an expected record of 941 candidates who answered present in their various halls. Though they began a bit late with the Bacc General on the first day, appropriate measures had been taken to resolve problems related to the organisation of the available personel the following days.
After the last subjects of the day, students express mixed feelings in relation to the nature of the exams in general and their performance in particular. An Ordinary Level caandidate, Tamukon Mirabel says she is looking forward to an A in Geology Paper 1, despite some considerable errors on the examination paper. Che Franklin on his part says he is hoping for the best but expecting the worse all the same for Economics Paper 2.An Advance Level candidate, Gibin Lisette confesses she did not encounter any difficulty in economics. She is confident that the rest of the exams was within her reach.


About Cameroon this week
I am a Cameroonian from the south west region, currently concluding my studies in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Buea. I have a special interest in reporting news about social events.

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