Looking at the outcry of Ghanaians, many people will wonder how one region scored above 90% and 5 more regions above 80% with distinctions. Maybe their chief examiner considered the good performances of their homework assessments who knows?
With such leniency examiners, who do you expect their students to study harder? Some parents noticed their wards with excellent terminal reports but couldn’t defend their past questions.
What was the formality of the 16 regions’ performances grading system? Well! The candidates may know how they studied to score.
The Volta Region Regional Coordinating Council placed first with 94.88%.
As it stands, the Bono East region placed 3rd with 86.95%, Bono region 4th with 86.75%, and Ahafo region 6th with 75.7%.
Three other regions scored above 60%, one other candidate scored 50%.
Two other regions at the bottom scored below 50% with unsatisfactory remarks.
In all, no candidate failed in the performance rating been conducted by the local government hierarchy.
We will however commend the former Brong Ahafo Regional Coordinating Council for giving birth to hard-working regions.
The 16 regions examination reports follow!