Over 7000 GCE Examiners Displaying Standards, Quality

Pauline Nalova Lyonga Minister of Secondary Education 

At the end of every school year, examinations are given to evaluate the level of understanding of students giving room for a change of levels. In the case of form 5 and Upper Sixth classes, the General Certification of Education GCE is written.

This year's written examination session began on June 29 and ended on July 12, 2021, throughout the National Territory with students writing at various levels. 

About 7,141 GCE markers assisted by 3,450 temporary secretarial workers have been recently contracted by the GCE Board to facilitate the marking which began Wednesday July 28, 2021, taking place in the South West Region particularly Limbe and Buea. 

Ahead of the marking exercise, Education Minister, Pauline Nalova Lyonga at the Government Bilingual School Molyko,
launched the marking session, commissioning the markers to display some sense of professionalism and honesty for the two weeks of marking

"You are thus expected to uphold this trust and ensure that the scoring of the scripts is objective, fair and impartial so that the results of the candidates will be a true representation of their knowledge and competencies acquired in the course of their studies. That is what is requested in the GCE Board's Motto: Measuring learning with honesty" Minister Nalova Lyonga told the hundreds of examiners. 

Registrar Cameroon GCE Board 

The marking exercise started Wednesday 28 July 2021 across 15 marking centers. Buea hosting GCE Ordinary Level markers while Limbe is hosting Advanced level and results are expected sooner, so as to ensure a prompt resumption of the 2021/2022 academic year in September .


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