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What are the Pass Marks For BECE Exam in Ghana: Marks Needed to Pass BECE 2021

What are the Pass Marks For BECE Exam in Ghana?

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The Basic certificate examination is an examination organized by WAEC to determine the candidates who qualified to be transitioned from the JHS to the SHS in Ghana, Nigeria, and the three other African countries.

Each year, the BECE exams are organized from June – July, but 2020, and 2021 see a changed in the dates and months.

As a JSS/JHS student who is planning of writing the 2021 BECE examination, there are things you should do if you want to pass the WAEC BECE exams. You must be willing to sacrifice your time, sit and learn months prior to the examination.

The BECE exams have been graded by WAEC from the highest to lowest with AA+ or 1 (90-100) being the highest and F9 (0-34) as the lowest.

BECE Marks and Grades with Their Interpretation

Below are marks and their grades in BECE.

  • 90-100 is graded as 1, GRADE AA+. It is the HIGHEST grade in the grading system.
  • 80-89, the second category in this classification is graded as 2, GRADE A. it is denoted as HIGHER.
  • 70-79, is grade 3, a B+ and is described as HIGH.
  • 60 -69 is grade 4, GRADE B, described as HIGH AVERAGE.
  • 55 – 60 is GRADE C+, classified as 5 and described as AVERAGE.
  • LOW AVERAGE is a description of marks falling between 50-54 and GRADE C; number 6 in the grading system.
  • Any mark ranging between 40-49 is considered as GRADE D+ and number 7; described as LOW
  • 35-39 is GRADE E which is number 8, described as LOWER in the Stanine grading system.
  • GRADE F, 9 characterized by 9 is the LOWEST grade, which falls between 0-34.
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What are the Pass Marks For BECE Exam in Ghana?

Candidates who will sit for the BECE examination are expected to obtain a grade in All the subjects not more than 40 marks.

Any mark below 40 is considered as failed and such candidates may not get the placement of their choice. In that case, such a candidate will have to self-placed his or herself in the available schools.

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