The paper was of a high standard as in previous years and within the scope of the
examination syllabus. The rubrics were clear, the questions were straight forward and
the marking scheme was exhaustible.
The performance of the candidates was better than that of the previous year indicating
an improvement in the level of understanding of the demands of the questions.
The candidate population of 181,354 had a raw mean score of 16 and a standard
deviation of 7.00 compared to the November/December 2009 WASSCE with a
candidate population of 189,358, a raw mean score of 12 and standard deviation of