Some final year students in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in the Eastern region have accused their invigilators of being too strict.
The students in some Senior High Schools in Koforidua have accused the invigilators who they label as sympathisers of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) of being overly strict in the examination hall.
The students mostly from Koforidua Secondary Technical (SECTEC) and Oyoko Methodist Senior High School (OMESS) are accusing the NDC invigilators of preventing them from helping themselves.
They allege that whilst invigilators perceived to be members of the NPP are flexible and willing to assist, their NDC compatriots do otherwise.
The accusation by the students comes after they wrote the Integrated Science Paper 1 and 2 on Monday, August 3.