BECE Essay Writing from Year 2000 to Date
- As School Prefect, write a letter to your District or Municipal or Metropolitan Chief Executive requesting the maintenance of the buildings in your school.
- Write arguments for or against the topic: Life in the city is more dangerous than that in the village.
- Write a report to the Headteacher of your school about how a senior girl beat up a junior boy.
- You have been installed a chief in your hometown. Write a letter to your friend in another school telling him, at least, two things you intend doing to develop the town.
- Write an article for publication in one of the national newspapers on the topic: The usefulness of the mobile phone.
- Write a story that ends with the expression: So it pays to be kind to strangers.
- Write a letter to your friend describing how you saved a child who was in danger.
- Write an article for publication in your school magazine on the topic: The relationship between parents and their children should be cordial.
- Write a story which ends with the sentence, We were lucky that night.
- You have won a scholarship to study abroad. Write a letter to your friend telling him or her at least two things that you will miss away.
- Write an article for publication in your school magazine suggesting at least two ways by which cheating in the BECE can be stopped.
- Write a story that ends, This is why our friendship came to an end.
- You have been offered admission to a Senior High School to pursue a programme which you do not like.
- Write to the headmaster of the school stating at least two reasons why you want the programme changed.
- Write an article to be published in a national newspaper on why every school should have a library
- Write the speech you would give at your school‟s graduation day on The school’s achievements and failures in the academic year.
- Write a letter to your friend telling him or her three ways in which the computer has made learning easier for students.
- Write an article for publication in a national newspaper discussing at least two reasons why students should cultivate the habit of reading
- Describe one national event that took place recently and state at least two effects it had on the people in your area.
- Write a letter to the Member of Parliament of your constituency, telling him/her about the rise in armed robbery in your area. Suggest at least two ways to check it
- Write a story which ends with the sentence: We arrived just in time to save the situation
- Your father has received the “National Best Farmer’s Award”. Write a letter to your brother who is outside the country, describing the ceremony.
Also read: BECE Examination scheme and Sample Questions
- Write a letter to your District Director of Education giving at least, two reasons why caning should be banned in schools.
- Write a story which ends with the expression: “………what a dream!”
- As secretary of the Friends of the Environment club, write the speech you would give to the students of your school on the need to keep the environment clean
- Write a letter to your father asking permission to join your schoolmates who are going on an excursion.
- Write an article for publication in a local newspaper on the topic: Every school should have a library.
- Write a short story illustrating the saying: All that glitters is not gold.
- An annual festival has recently been celebrated in your area. Write a letter to your friend in another part of the country, describing the festival and how you enjoyed it.
- Your teachers have complained about acts of indiscipline being practised in your school. As Senior Prefect, write a letter to the headmaster, describing two of such acts and suggesting ways of correcting them.
- You are a speaker in a debate on the motion: The use of mobile phones in school by students should be banned. Write your contribution for or against the motion
- Your school performed very well in the inter-zonal athletics competition held recently. As Sports Prefect, write a report on the competition to your headmaster.
- Your father’s friend has promised to grant you anything you wish if you successfully completed school. Write a letter to him describing, at least, three things you want him to do for you and why.
- Write a letter to the Chairman of your school‟s Parent-Teacher Association (P.T.A.) on the need to provide recreational facilities in your school.
- As a Senior Prefect of your school, write a speech you would give to fresh students telling them, at least, three things that can make their stay in the school successful.
- Write a story that explains the saying: Two heads are better than one.
- Write a letter to your District Chief Executive about the acute shortage of water in your area, and suggest at least two ways of solving the problem.
- Write a letter to your friend abroad explaining how Independence Day in Ghana is celebrated.
- As Senior Prefect, write the speech that you will deliver at your school‟s Speech and Prize-giving Day.
- Describe to your friend how your favourite game is played.
- Write a letter to your Assemblyman suggesting three ways in which you can help improve sanitation in your area
- Write a letter to your brother living in another region of your country informing him about the latest news at home.
- You are a speaker in an inter-school debate on the topic: Television is doing more harm than good to students. Write your speech for or against the topic.
- Your PTA has introduced a Best Teacher Award Scheme for your school. Which of your teachers would you nominate for the award and why?
- Write a letter to your mother who lives abroad asking her to buy you three important things and explaining why you need them.
- Write a letter to your District Director of Education applying for the post of messenger. State why you are the one most qualified for the job.
- You live about ten kilometres away from your school. Write accurate directions to a friend who wishes to visit you.
- Write a story which ends, “………….but everybody was happy”.
- Your teacher has selected a programme for your senior secondary school course. Write a letter to him explaining why you would prefer a different one.
- With the consent of your parents, write a letter inviting your friend to spend part of the long vacation with you
- Describe an interesting function you attended recently.
- Would you like to attend a girls/boys school or a mixed school? Give at least three reasons for your choice.
- You need a better playing field in your school. Write a letter to your District Chief Executive asking for assistance.
- You want to further your education after leaving junior secondary school (JSS). Write a letter to your uncle giving him at least three reasons why you need his help.
- Your school is planning an excursion to a place of interest in your district. Describe the preparations you are making towards the journey.
- Write an article for publication in the Junior Graphic on the topic: Why candidates should not cheat in examinations
- You have been absent from school for two weeks. Write a letter to the Head of your school explaining why you were absent.
- Write a letter to your younger brother giving at least three reasons why you like your friend.
- Give an account of a memorable event in your life.
- It has been suggested that parents should buy textbooks for their school children. Give at least three reasons why you agree or disagree with this suggestion.
- Write a letter to your pen-pal telling him why you like your school.
- Write a letter to the Headteacher of your school complaining about at least two bad things your teachers do in the school
- You are a speaker in a school debate on the topic “Boys should not help in the kitchen.” Write your speech for or against the topic.
- You suddenly woke up when you heard someone shouting “Help! Help!” Describe what you saw when you rushed out.
- Write a letter to Chairman of the Town Development Committee of your area telling him about the poor sanitation in your community. Suggest at least two ways of improving the sanitation.
- Write a letter to your friend in another town describing not less than two interesting things in your hometown
- Narrate to your friends an interesting story your grandmother told you.
- As the Senior Prefect of your school, you have been invited to tell the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) what your school needs most. Write your speech.
See also: BECE Past Questions