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Entry And Exit Disparity In Students Academic Performance In Senior High School Core Subjects: Evidence From Ghana
The poor and abysmal performance of students in the May/June West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) has resulted in the increase in institutionalised remedial educational schools. This study sought to examine whether institutionalised remedial educational schools help improve the performance of students to gain admission into tertiary institutions. The study combines the use of descriptive statistics and the student t-test to provide insight on the effect of remediation on studentsí performance using students who wrote both the May/June WASSCE (regular) and Nov/Dec WASSCE (remedial).
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