Ghana Education Service, GES has expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the BECE so far.
The PRO of the Service, Rev.Jonathan Bettey said this is as a result of pragmatic measures put in place in order not to compromise the integrity of the examination.
He gave the assurance that the measure adopted will be maintained to the letter to safeguard the integrity of the examination and also the future of the candidates.
Rev. Bettey also provided some explanation for the mix up in the index numbers of some candidates.
He said the issue is being resolved, and that it will not have any negative consequences on the final results of affected candidates.
On complaints that some candidates in some parts of the country have not seen or used the computer before, but had to write examination on ICT, Rev. Bettey admitted that it is a problem.
He highlighted what the Ministry is doing to correct that anomaly.
Some students in the ongoing B.E.C.E in Accra have expressed mixed feelings about the subjects they have written so far. While some said the papers were difficult, others believe it was manageable.
Abigail Ansong spoke to some students at the Seven Great Princes Academy Examination Centre at Dansoman and their expectations for subsequent papers.