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25% of BECE candidates yet to be placed under computerised system

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The Computerised School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS) for Senior High School could not place 25 percent of students who sat for the BECE this year.

The Press Secretary to the Minister of Education, Rodney Nkrumah -Boateng, said though not all the students who qualified got their placement, there is a window for them to be admitted.

He said students who could not be placed can do the self-placement on the Placement Portal.

In an interview with Felix Cofie, Mr Nkrumah- Boateng assured parents that no student will be left out.

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