Students use Ghana libraries to study for end of year exams

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Paul Ayutoliya writes

P1060720.JPGAs the school year is coming to an end, students are busy preparing for their end of year exams. For students finishing their third year of junior high school, this means the BECE, a week long examination, which will determine their admission into secondary and vocational schools in Ghana. It is, no doubt, a challenging and stressful time for these students; however, they have been diligently preparing all week at the Sumbrungu Community library. Since the exam covers all subject areas, students are responsible for knowing a wide array of topics, ranging from writing to science and everything in between. Although the BECE will be undoubtedly difficult, after observing the students' hard work and commitment to learning, assisted by the variety of learning tools offered at the Sumbrungu Community library, we are confident that they will receive excellent marks.

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