Nyakrom (C/R), April 19, GNA – Mr Charles Obeng-Inkoom, Agona West Member of Parliament (MP), has advised candidates of Swedru School of Business (SWSBUS) and Nyakrom Secondary/Technical School writing their West African Secondary School Certificate Examination to approach it with cautiousness.
He advised them to avoid cheating and malpractices in the examination because that could ruin their future.
Mr Obeng-Inkoom gave the advice on Tuesday when he interacted with candidates of the two institutions to encourage them do their best and pass the examinations.
He expressed worry about the poor results in English, Mathematics and Science by students in the Agona West Municipality in previous examinations.
The MP said the poor results in the core subjects prevented students from entering tertiary institutions and enlistment into the Police Service, Ghana Armed Forces and other institutions.
The MP appealed to the teachers to offer the candidates the needed guidance to avoid examination malpractices.
Mr Frank Sagoe, Tutor at Nyakrom Secondary/Technical, said school authorities in the municipality have prepared students well to excel in this year’s examination in the core subjects. GNA