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Which countries allow students who have 2 years gap after Waec?

There are many countries around the world which allow students who take 2year gap after WAEC and also there are reasons as well why they allow students who have 2 year gap after WAEC.WAEC is an acronym for Western African Examination Council .This is an examination written by students before they go for universities. This can also be similar to A level. African countries who allow students who have two year gap include Ghana, Nigeria to mention but a few .Other nations such as India ,UK and USA also allow such students.India mostly allows students who have two year gap bacause statistics revealed that students who take up gap years after completing WAEC have a high probability of doing very well in university or excelling as compared to those who instantly go to universities right after finishing their WAEC examinations.This might also be due to the fact that during this gap year students get time to relax and free up their minds for a while .This is also because at universities mature students are more preferred hence during this year students get time to experience the real world out of schools and can get mature.Also during this gap year students can gain many different skills which are not taught in schools.Hence these are some of the reasons why the above mentioned countries allow students who have two year gap after WAEC .However in Southern Africa ,WAEC can be compared to A level or matric. Hence almost every South African countries such as Zimbabwe and South Africa allow students who take up gap years .Mostly the reason is because during this gap year students get time to raise the university fees which can be very expensive for ordinary or many students.However in countries such as India which allows students who have two year gap after WAEC have very low cost of higher education especially when the student is under the Edoofa scholarship program

How do I get my WAEC certificate if I'm far from Accra?

It is very simple. If you are using an Accreditation service like WES (USA) or anything similar, they should have a ‘request document’ form you can fill out and send to WAEC. The best way is if you have a reliable family member or friend back home you want to ask them to go to WAEC office and request the documents on your behalf and tell them where to mail them. I do not know about Ghana but I am from Liberia and the entire process (acquiring the documents and mailing) cost a little over $100.Good Luck!

Is the Presbyterian Boys Secondary School the best boys school in Ghana?

YES,The Legon-based institution was founded in 1938. It was originally located at Odumase – Krobo in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It was started as a secondary school for boys by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. The school has ties with its sister school, Aburi Girls’ Senior High School.In September 1968, the new campus at Legon just north-east of the University of Ghana campus at ‘Mile 9, received its first set of students.Notable alumni are Elorm Adablah (E.L), Hammer of Last Two, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (Comedian), Dr. Kwesi Botchwey (Ghana’s longest-serving Minister of Finance) etc.It regularly had one of the best GCE O-level and A-level results prior to the change of the national examination system to BECE and SSSCE.In 1995 the school won the 2nd edition of the National Science and Math Quiz competition. PRESEC, Southern Sector Champions, defeated Opoku Ware School, Northern Sector Champion in the Final of Finals.In 1999, the school scooped four out of the seven WAEC (West African Examinations Council) awards for the best individual performances in the final examinations for over 500 secondary schools.2002 Civic Education Club handing-over ceremony. On the right are the class of 2002 executives led by Yaw Boakye-Yiadom,Club President, (tallest) handing over to the class of 2003 executives. Looking on are former headmaster J. J. Asare, NCCE officials, local club patron Oromasis AbbeyIn 2002, at the National Constitution Quiz organized by the National Commission for Civic Education, PRESEC Civic Education Club emerged victorious.In 2003, PRESEC repeated the feat of 1995 by defeating Opoku Ware School in the National Science and Math Quiz competition. A student went on to win the overall best performance in the WAEC (West African Examinations Council) SSSCE examinations that year.On 1 July 2006 the school won the National Science and Maths Quiz for a third time. The school was given the competition trophy for keeps. PRESEC defeated St. Peters' Secondary School, then defending champions, in the final.Presec wins NIITOn 16 June 2008, NIIT Ghana organised the inter-school ICT Quiz contest at The Great Hall, Kumasi which showcased the talent from five regions of Ghana. 78 schools participated from the regions in regional qualifying rounds to make it to the mega-finals. One winner from every region, contested for the National Title of NIIT ICT Expert 2008 in Kumasi. PRESEC, emerged the champions- NIIT ICT Expert 2008 Winners beating the regional champions: St. James Seminary SHS, Sunyani (Brong-Ahafo), Opoku Ware School, Kumasi (Ashanti Region), St. Augustine’s College, Cape Coast (Central Region) and Baidoo Bonsoe SHS, Takoradi (Western Region).On 8 July 2008, PRESEC won the National Science and Math Quiz for a 4th time. The school defeated Opoku Ware School in the final. This made it the 3rd time PRESEC has defeated Opoku Ware in the final. On 24 June 2009, not only did PRESEC win the prestigious quiz competition for a fifth time, but also, they became the first school ever to successfully defend their title as National Champions. PRESEC defeated Achimota Senior High School in the final.In 2010, two students represented Ghana and won a bronze medal in the International Junior Science Olympiad, out of 35 countries across the world.In 2010, a student was honoured at the WASSCE 2009 Excellence Awards Ceremony, as Best Candidate in the General Science Program, the National Best Candidate and then the Overall Best Candidate in West Africa; and a student was Overall Best in the Business Program.On 13 May 2011, the school won the VRA 50th Anniversary Inter-Schools Debate Competition beating Mfantsipim School in the finals of the competition.September 2011, the school won the Sprite Ball Inter-Schools Basketball Championship, defeating defending champions, Achimota School 10-8 in the finals.On 2 September 2011, the school won the maiden edition of the Coke Hit Single. The competition featured musical talents from 32 senior high schools who vied for the ultimate title of "Coke Hit Single" - Best high school musical talents in Ghana.In March 2013, during the WASSCE 2012 Excellence Awards, a student was judged the Overall Best Candidate in the General Arts Program in the West African Examinations Council's examinations (West African Examinations Council) conducted throughout the West African sub-region; in a year where the Council recorded its highest number 'ever' of candidates meeting its minimum eligibility criterion for the excellence awards, that is 8 grade A1s - (530 candidates out of the total 174,385 candidates who sat for the May/June WASSCE in 2012).

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