MOMA, West Africa’s largest and most populous city, is seeking candidates who have passed the city’s education entrance exam and who are able to demonstrate proficiency in English, math and reading.
The city’s entrance exam was released in January, and the latest update includes some changes that make it more rigorous.
The new exam, which is administered by the West African National University (WANU), will require candidates to demonstrate mastery of basic concepts such as basic math, English and reading, among other things.
Those who pass will also be given a green card, which entitles them to work in West Africa, the United States and other countries in the region.
However, the new exam will not be able to assess scores on foreign language skills or test scores in math, reading and math-related subjects.
The updated exam is the first step in the city planning process to implement a new curriculum that will focus on preparing candidates for the city entrance exam, MOMa’s education director, Daphne Kufi, said in a statement.
“We want to ensure that all our students have the right skills and that we can continue to offer them the opportunity to succeed at MOMAs higher education and careers,” Kufis statement said.
The MOMas new entrance exam is meant to help prepare students for the country’s more demanding and challenging exams that are also administered by WANU, such as the entrance exams for the 2020-2021 and 2022-2023 university entrance exams.
The new exam marks the start of a major transition for MOMs entrance exam.
The MOM is expected to be the first African country to launch its own entrance exam that requires a foreign language proficiency.
MOMa has a population of around 7.4 million people.
MOMafrica, the nation’s largest city, which has a total population of over 3.5 million, was the first city in West African to launch a standardized test.
The country’s education system has been undergoing a major overhaul in recent years, as the government sought to improve its competitiveness in the global economy.
In May, the government said it plans to expand the MOM’s education services and expand the citys educational facilities to include a university, an elementary school, and a secondary school, among others.