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2021 & 2022 GES promotion exams update-Details

The Ghana Education Service has in a press statement dated 2nd June 2021 with reference number GES/DD-G/2/21/127 announced the release of the teaching staff aptitude test results conducted on the 25th and 26th of February, 2021. Out of 46,486 candidates who were shortlisted for the test, 29,465 candidates representing 63.3% were promoted to the grades of Deputy Director, Assistant Director I, Assistant Director II, and Principal Superintendent. Among the 3,611 candidates that sat for the grade of Deputy Director, 2,139 candidates representing 59.2% were successful. 5,817 candidates representing 66.5% out of 8,753 candidates that sat for the exam were successful for the Assistant Director I grade. For Assistant Director II, grade 19,801 candidates representing 63.8% out of 31,044 candidates passed the exam whereas 1,708 candidates representing 55.5% of 3,078 candidates passed for the Principal Superintendent grade.

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Management will like to take this opportunity to congratulate all successful candidates and wish them all the best in their new grades. Candidates must also ensure that they are productive on their new grades in order to promote quality education in the country. Meanwhile, the results have been posted online and can be accessed on www.gespromotions. gov.gh

THE NEW 2021/2022 GES PROMOTION EXAM UPDATE


With reference to the above information, the Ghana Education Service (GES) is set to organize a resit for candidates that were not successful at the 2021 promotion exams and they are to write another exam this year (August ending). However, qualified candidates will be given the green light to fill or apply online this November 2021 in order to write the February 2022 aptitude test. CLICK HERE TO ACCESS YOUR GES PROMOTION CAPSULE BOOK

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SOURCEeducandghana.net
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