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To change your profile photo on Ghana Schools social network you already belong to, first sign in. Then click the "Settings" link in the upper right corner of the page:Now click on the photo icon next to "Profile Photo." A small window will pop open. Click the "Browse" button under "Upload a photo from your computer." Locate an image on your computer and click "Done." When you upload a new photo, the old one will be deleted..
When you join GssN, there's so much to do and see. Explore the social network and become an active member by adding content. You'll meet new people and contribute to the social network's success.
Check out the guides below to add some basic types of content:
The most direct way to get your friends and classmates to join Ghana Schools social network is to invite them! Just sign in Ghana Schools and go to the Invite tab to let your friends know about your School Group, by manually type in email addresses, or import your contacts from Yahoo, Hotmail, Gmail, AOL, or your computer's address book.
There are three options for inviting your friends from this page.
Enter Email Addresses: If you have a particular set of email addresses you want to send an invitation to, you can manually enter them in this section. Enter multiple email addresses into the "Send To" field, .
Import from Web Address Book: Just type in the address and the password for an email account on AOL Mail, Gmail by Google, Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail — you'll immediately be able to invite any of your contacts to GssN.
Import from Address Book Application: You can also upload a .vcf or .csv contact file from services like Microsoft Outlook or Apple Address book. You'll be able to invite any contacts on this list to Ghana Schools
The West African Examination Council has cancelled the entire results of 453 students who took part in this year’s West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
A total of 1,859 students also had their subject results cancelled as eight candidates, who had their entire results cancelled, will not be able to sit for WAEC’s exams for two years.
Furthermore, 185 schools…
The 40-year old woman who forged the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) documents and attempted to obtain admission for her twin -daughters at Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast, has been fined GHȼ 960.00.
The Cape Coast Circuit Court, convicted Ruth Fosua, cleaner and a resident of Pokuase in Accra, and would in default serve a three- month prison term. She pleaded not guilty to…Continue
The West African Examination Council has officially announced for the information of the general public especially candidates who took part in its Senior Secondary Examinations that results for the 2015 May/June exams has been released.
Results of all candidates presented by 185 out of 810 public and private second cycle schools have been withheld pending investigations into alleged examination…Continue
THE FIVE HUNDRED AND SIXTH ACT OF THE PARLIAMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA ENTITLED
THE GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE ACT 1995 (ACT 506)…Continue