Learners in the state sitting for the West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) have been advised to avoid untowards practices that would bring shame to them and the state.
The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof Abayomi Arigbabu gave this charge while leading management team of the ministry to monitor Civic Education general examination in the Abeokuta axis, where he admonished them to rely on their abilities and preparedness to record good success.
Arigbabu disclosed that the preparation put in place were in order, with students diligently doing their examination without any interference, opining that with the level of government efforts towards the examination, the overall percentage would improve considerably compared to time past.
“We are quite confident with the learners seriousness, that they will come out successful. Our learners have comported themselves from what we can see and I want to advise them to rely on their abilities and shun untowards practices that will bring unexpected results for them”, he advised
The commissioner revealed that government has put in place measures that would improved teaching and learning activities, positing that with the intervention, standard would be restored and sustained, he therefore admonished the learners to be good ambassadors of the state through their conduct in the examination and afterwards.
Some of the schools visited includes; Abeokuta Grammar School, Government Science and Technical College, Idi-Aba, Rev. Kuti Memorial Grammar School, Isabo and Premier Grammar School, Lanfenwa.