ATC and ITC scheme of Work for Cameroon GCE Examination for English Technical Schools
The ATC and ITC scheme of work for English Technical Schools in Cameroon at the GCE examination 2020 is to enable both teachers and students to have a focus while preparing of the first session of the ATC and ITC examination to take place in June 2020.
Following the August 2019 ministerial text introducing a new examination structure for English Technical Schools in Cameroon and dismissing CAP PROBATOIRE and BACC, in line with the April 2019 presidential degree for the reorganization of the GCE Board; A meeting was organized by the GCE Board on 14th October to look into the subjects by trade and the ATC and ITC scheme of work to prepare the students for the GCE examination 2020.
At the end of the day or as it stands; a new structure for the technical school examination in Cameroon was set up, GCE ATC and ITC subjects where specified by trade, But yet no particular new ATC and ITC scheme of work has been made available for the time being.
The GCE Board However urges or stakeholders exercise a litttle bit of patience up till December while the Board see how to put a scheme in place for the ITC and ATC examination.
ATC and ITC scheme of work shall be uploaded here as soon as it is made available by the General Certificate of Examination Board (GCE)
GCE Board Workshop on ATC and ITC Examinations Scheme of Work
The workshop held at the Cameroon GCE Board from the 14th to 16th of October 2019 for the implementation of the new examination structure for English Technical Schools in Cameroon for the Intermediate Technical Certificate ITC and Advanced Technical Certificate ATC, at the Intermediate Level I/L and Advanced Level A/L respectively.
This is to enforce the ministerial text which earlier abolished the writing of CAP, Probatoire and BACC in English Technical Schools in favor of the Intermediate Technical Certificate (ITC) and Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC). This is to institute the long-awaited English subsystem of education to Technical English Schools in Cameroon.
GCE ATC and ITC Examination Structure and Subjects by Trade
The outcome of the workshop clearly specifies papers to be written at both levels, the structure of each specialty/subject, registration requirements and pass/fail conditions.
Paper 1 of each subject shall be made up of Multiple Choice Questions MCQs.
Examination subjects for ITC are classified as; Professional, Related Profesional and Others. Both Professional and Related Professional are compulsory. English and French are also compulsory, while mathematics is only compulsory for industrial students. Pass at the ITC is five (5) papers with at least two professional subjects and 1 related professional subject. The minimum subjects to be registered at this level is 9.
Minimum number of subjects to be registered at the ATC is six (6) and pass is a minimum of 4 subjects with a pass in at least 2 professional subjects and 2 related professional subjects.
This New Examination Structure for English Technical Schools in Cameroon shall take effect as from the 2020 session of the GCE examination.
Teachers and students are expected to have a copy of both the WORKSHOP report and examination papers structure so as to get both the students and teachers acquainted to the new system,
The details for the workshop resolutions and structure of the exam is contained in two separate documents uploaded here in PDF
Please kindly download the PDF documents below, read it carefully, and do not forget to share with others, thanks.
The Specific Scheme of Work For All The Trades At Both The ATC and ITC Shall Be Uploaded Here In PDF As Soon As It is Made Available By The GCE Board.
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