This year again the students who represented the Kondie Farm School in Sierra Leone scored high marks in the REGIONAL EXAMS. In the West Africa Subregion there are 16 countries. Every student leaving sixth grade to seventh grade must sit a regional exams to be promoted; it is called the NATIONAL PRIMARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMS (NPSE.) From ninth grade to tenth grade it is called the BASIC EDUCATION CERTIFICATE EXAMS (BECE) and after twelfth grade the exams is called the WEST AFRICA SENIOR SECONDARY CERTIFICATE EXAMS (WASSEC) .Failure in these exams will disqualify you for promotion to the next grade even if you pass your regular school exams.

Cross section of students who sat the BECE & WASSEC
NPSE Students

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