Mr Emmanuel Karfo, the Supervisor for the
Examination Centre, said all the 253 pupils, who registered to take their
papers at the centre were present.
He said the Centre has so far recorded no
incidence, and that, a girl, who reported with a stomach ache before the
English Paper 2, was given first aid, which enabled her to take the paper.
Mr Karfo, who is also the Deputy Director
and SHS Coordinator, Ga Central, said on Tuesday, the students would write the
Religious and Moral Education (RME) paper.