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TpLEARN, an eLearning app for primary and secondary students in Sierra Leone, and West Africa. Were pupils practice using real National Primary School Examination (NPSE), Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) & West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) objective exam past questions and answers. When it was first released in 2020, it was called the “West Africa Open Education Platform”. The platform is for teachers and students in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria. Trained and qualified teachers in Sierra Leone use the platform to publish West African Examinations Council curriculum-based course content. Students in West Africa use the platform to learn and collaborate with their peers and facilitators. Students are able to test their knowledge using WASSCE, BECE, and NPSE simulation exams consisting of past questions from 2000 to 2022.
Pupils in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria use this platform to study online, test their knowledge, understanding, and readiness for WASSCE, BECE, and NPSE through simulation exams for WAEC objective tests.

The platform’s objective is to cover all WASSCE, BECE, and NPSE subjects offered in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria that are part of the West African Examination Council. We currently cover all Sierra Leone NPSE and BECE subjects and 50% of the WASSCE subjects offered in all countries.

You can use this platform to prepare for your WASSCE/BECE/NPSE. Our simulation exams cover past questions and answers from 2000 to 2022. Your practice exam will be graded automatically to show you how you are doing. You will receive feedback with solutions to each question you got right or wrong. The solutions will be in the form of short two (2) to three (5) minutes videos with links to our course content covering the specific topic.

We have established a flat rate of SLE 25 per year for each subject and NLE 100 to NLE 250 per year for each exam package (NPSE, BECE, WASSCE). Pupils, parents and guardians can subscribe using orange money payment 24/7 or Paypal. You can try the application for free and use all home economics subjects for free. If you need help subscribing or have questions, contact us using WhatsApp. We are running a special promotion right now. Subscribed for NPSE, BECE, and WASSCE bundles at NLE 50, NLE 70, & NLE 250 respectively. (90% to 95% discount from the regular price)

A: The platform is primarily funded by TpISENT (SL) Limited. In the future, we expect to receive funding from friends of TpISENT, volunteers, online donors and any funding agency interested in our work. When the platform was first released, TpISENT received financial support from the following organisation; The Prince of Wales Alumni Association, Njala University, The Sierra Leoneans in Technology (SLINT), Initiatives for Media Development – IMDev, Fambul Tik, Develop Africa, Inc.

TpLEARN is owned and operated by TpISENT (SL) Limited. TpISENT is a leading professional services company providing ICT consultancy, management consultancy, technology platforms, software development, User Experience Design in Sierra Leone with over 50 years of combined experience.

Digital course content is created by trained and qualified teachers mainly based in Sierra Leone. These teachers are hired by TpISENT to create the content. TpISENT trains the teachers on how to create and publish the content.
TpISENT owns the content created by TpISENT teachers (teachers hired and paid). Where TpISENT does not own the content, full copyright details will be provided. The Platform also uses content that is freely available on the internet for anyone to use.
You can be part of the solution using one or a couple of the following options;
  1. Volunteer to create and publish content
  2. Volunteer to validate answers to past questions and provide detail solutions in the form of short two (2) to three (5) minutes videos
  3. Volunteer to create open digital resources (ebooks)
  4. Donate to pay teachers creating open course content
The Learning passport is a platform that aims to provide digital learning opportunities to support citizens to acquire the necessary skills sets that would make them competitive in the twenty-first-century workforce and global economy. TpISENT donated digital copies of NPSE, BECE and WASSCE past questions to MBSSE via an MOU with DSTI and deployed the content for UNICEF.