Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Examination Timetables Now Available GCE Board Officials Say

Secondary Education Minister, Ernest Masena Bibehe is expected in the Northwest and Southwest Regions
GCE Board registrar: Monono
to oversee preparations ahead of the General Certificate of Education examination. The Minister will also hold meetings with administrative authorities and local officials of the Ministry of Secondary Education. On the other hand, Dr. Peter Abety, the GCE Board Chairman, has revealed that some proprietors of private schools have accepted to open their doors to candidates to sit for the 2017 session of the GCE exams. Abety  announced that the GCE Bard is delighted to inform the public that schools run by Catholics, Protestants (Baptists and Presbyterians) and Moslems, have assured us that they are preparing to call back their candidates to their institutions to write their exams in their centers. Notwithstanding, the GCE Board Registrar, Humphrey Ekema Monono speaking to reporters, announced that “Practical examinations will begin on May 15, while the written part begins on June 12. In relation to the modifications on the timetable, he emphasized that afternoon papers will begin from 1:00 pm and not 2:00pm as was the case before. 

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