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Reasons Why You Were Not Placed in any School and the Way Forward

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You are disqualified from being placed in one of eleven schools selected if you fall short of one of the following reasons


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You are disqualified from being placed in one of eleven schools selected if you fall short of one of the following reasons :

The first criterion, outlined as ‘A,’ sheds light on the disqualification that occurs when a candidate obtains a grade 9 in either English or Mathematics with a raw score less than 200. This revelation prompted a sobering reflection on my academic performance, recognizing areas that demanded improvement. The realization that my raw scores fell below the stipulated threshold became a catalyst for self-assessment and a commitment to elevate my proficiency in these core subjects.

The second disqualification criterion, denoted as ‘B,’ brings attention to the consequence of not sitting for any of the core subjects, resulting in withheld results. This aspect of disqualification prompted a closer examination of the choices during the examination process. Acknowledging the importance of all core subjects became a pivotal insight, urging a strategic approach to subject selection and examination readiness.

For those facing a similar setback, the recommended course of action is clear: visit your Junior High School to re-sit for the exam next year. This proactive step not only demonstrates a commitment to academic excellence but also provides a unique opportunity for comprehensive preparation. Passing all core subjects is emphasized as the key to qualifying for placement, underscoring the significance of a holistic academic performance.

As I navigate this period of re-evaluation and preparation, the message is clear: setbacks are not roadblocks but rather detours on the path to success. The journey towards qualification requires resilience, dedication, and a proactive approach to address identified shortcomings. Returning to the classroom next year is not just a pursuit of academic redemption but a testament to the commitment to personal growth and improvement.

In sharing this experience, the aim is to inspire others facing similar challenges to view disqualification not as a conclusion but as an opportunity for renewal. The journey towards academic placement is laden with lessons, and overcoming disqualification criteria is a transformative chapter that contributes to a more robust and determined pursuit of educational goals.


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Bricy Boateng is an educationist, blogger, graphic designer, content creator and a digital marketer. He's passionate about matters relating to teachers and the Ghana Education Service(GES). Bricy Boateng is very sociable and very welcoming. Follow me on all major social media channels and let's vibe together!

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