Ghana Education Service (GES)
Ghana Education Service (GES)

The headmaster of Apostolic Jubilee school in the Ashanti region, Elder Kwasi Nimo has charged the Ghana education service and the ministry of education to cut B.E.C.E score point to aggregate 25.

In an interview with the press, he indicated that, it will be better for the ministry to order the cut off point of the results to aggregate 25, instead of the provisional aggregate 22 for entry into the senior high level .

Adding in his submission, he said some brilliant students a times do not get the required passes for entry into the Senior high, but do perform marvellously well whilst they gain admission into the secondary schools.

Meanwhile, he has called on the ministry to extend the cut off point in order to favour the poor but brilliant and intelligent studio, who might not attend high grade schools but can perform wonderfully in their pursuance to the senior high schools.

By : Sammy Adjei/Newsghana.com.gh