BECE School Placement Cut-Off Grade
The Ministry of Education is getting ready to announce the Basic Education Certificate Examination graduates’ placement in Senior High Schools (BECE).
The school a graduate is admitted to is purely based on the individual’s cumulative grade point average.
According to the rules for placing students, the graduate’s prospects of getting into his or her first or second choice schools are better the better the aggregate he or she obtained.
The majority of students are admitted to one of the many senior high schools in the nation, regardless of their exam results, in an effort to promote and advance the penetration of education in the nation.
However, due to their subpar results on the Basic Education Certificate Examination, some graduates might not be hired.
Graduates with placement issues have the option of self-placing themselves at one of the schools on the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) Portal’s list.
Graduates who obtained aggregate 35 or more and are not placed in a Senior High School have the opportunity to do Self Placement.
The table below presents you with the various choice of schools and corresponding aggregates.
1st Choice 6 – 10
2nd Choice 11 – 19
3rd and 4th Choice 20 – 29
5th Choice 30 – 35
Self Placement above 35