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2024 BECE Home Mock Results for January To Be Released Today: Check summary of Chief Examiner’s Report

2024 BECE Home Mock Results for January Released (CHECK HERE)

The 2024 BECE Home Mock Results for January 2024 will be released by the Education-News Consult today, Sunday, February 11th, 2024, at exactly 7 p.m. This publication provides a summary of the Chief Examiner’s Report. Parents whose wards took part in the mock will receive the full detailed subject-based report.

The examination results will be live and accessible on the dedicated exam portal,

Parents, guardians, and students can now access the results of the exam using the phone number that was used as the candidate’s index number.

The 2024 BECE Home Mock Results for January are accessible on mobile devices as well as laptops, etc.


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How to check the 2024 BECE Home Mock Results for January.

2023/24 (November) BECE Home Mock Results Released By Education News Consult: Checker Here

  1. Go to
  2. On the result page, choose the month of the exam (January).
  3. Choose the year the exam was taken (2024).
  4. Enter the roll number. This is the parent’s phone number without the starting zero. For example, if your phone number is 0550336625, your ward’s index number will be all the numbers without the starting zero. Eg. 550336625
  5. Click on *SEARCH* to load the result.

Using the above check for the sample result of a student,.

  1. Go to
  2. Enter Year: 2024
  3. Month: January
  4. Roll No. (123123)
  5. Click Search

Parents whose children took part in the examination will receive the following in addition to the results via WhatsApp:

There are mocks with marking schemes on the following subjects:

  1. Mathematics
  2. English Language
  3. Integrated Science
  4. Social Studies
  5. Computing
  6. Career Technology
  7. Creative Arts and Design
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Our mocks are always based on our internally projected topics for each year. Since 2022, we have deployed our experiences, skills, and topics projected to help students and schools get the best out of their students, helping them prepare for the BECE as well.


  1. Examiner’s report (subject base), which is a summary of all student challenges and recommendations (PDF)
  2. Marking schemes of examinations taken (PDF)
  3. Marked scripts of the candidates (PDF)

Key Observations That Are Defeating the Essence of the BECE Home Mock As Far As Parents and Candidates Are Concerned.

  1. Parents are not invigilating their wards; hence, students are left to do whatever they like. We can see these in the answers submitted.
  2. Students are copying from textbooks and other sources offline.
  3. Some students used AI to provide answers to integrated science questions. Using AI to generate answers for a mock aimed at preparing you for better performance at the BECE suggests you are not ready for the preparation.
  4. Some students are taking the sacrifices of their parents for granted.
  5. Late or no submission of answers for marking and grading.

READ: How to get 2024 BECE Mock Questions and Answers for your ward

General Recommendations for Candidates:

  • Follow the exam’s rules and instructions carefully. This includes proper question numbering, answer formatting, and submission deadlines.
  • Practice effective time management. Allocate time according to each section’s weightage and difficulty.
  • Avoid using AI or copying directly from textbooks. Focus on understanding and applying your knowledge independently.
  • Proofread your work before submitting it. Ensure clarity, proper grammar, and correct spelling.

Recommendations for Parents:

  • Support your child by adhering to exam rules and practicing ethical test-taking.
  • Monitor their study habits and encourage consistent practice.
  • Help students identify their strengths and weaknesses in different subjects and help them work on them.
  • Seek professional tutoring or study resources if needed.
  • Motivate and encourage your child throughout the preparation process.



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