The West Africa And Examination Council WAEC has stated that its examination papers do not leak. WAEC disclosed this via its twitter handle while responding to a question asked by one concerned individual on twitter. According to the twitter user who asked the question, website owners aiding exam malpractice must have insiders that help them with the questions; to which WAEC replied that there was nothing like that, the twitter user went ahead to ask, "How do the papers leak? Please shed more light." To which WAEC replied, "Our papers do not leak. Unscrupulous principals, supervisors, invigilators and candidates snap the papers while the examination is in progress & send to their outside collaborators who in turn solve them & forward to their subscribers via criminal websi
This is to notify all candidates and members of the public participating in the WASSCE for Private candidates (WAEC GCE) 2018/2019 Jan/Feb 1st Series that the examination Time-table is Out. The WAEC GCE for Private Candidates 2018 First Series Examination is scheduled to commence on Monday 29th January, 2018. Examination is expected to end on Monday 12th February, 2018. Download the WAEC GCE 2018/2019 EXAM TIMETABLE WAEC-GCE-2018-EXAM-TIMETABLE
In an effort to broaden its scope, the West African Examinations Council International Office (WIO) in Lagos, says it was set to re-introduce electronic marking for its tests. The Head of the Office, Mr Adelowo Maliki, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Lagos. According to him, the marking before now was done with some foreign partners based in the United Kingdom. “We started this electronic marking in 2014 through to 2015, only for us to suspend it in 2016, due to high costs as regards the high exchange rate. “But now, we are set to bring it back as we have gotten all necessary approvals from the council’s committee meetings and the council itself. “This led to our trying to develop our own in-house and by the grace of God,
Report has emerged that Abia State recorded the best performance in the recently released 2017 WAEC May/June SCCE results. According to the report, Abia State presented 51,839 candidates for 2017 May/June WASSCE. 81.54% of the candidates obtained five credits with English Language and Mathematics which made the state the best in terms of performance. Rivers, Edo, Imo, Bayelsa finished second, third, fourth and fifth respectively behind Abia. Anambra, Lagos, Taraba, Enugu and Delta occupied the sixth to tenth position in that order. While it can be said that the South South and South East States dominated the top ten, it can be said also that Taraba State recorded a major improvement in their students’ performance, rising from 21st position last year to 8th position this year....
The West African Examination Council has advised candidates who are not satisfied with the marking of their result to apply for remarking. The Examination council gave the counsel while responding to @LawalKunle who wanted his sister’s result remarked. The twitter user asked, “How do I call for a remark. My sister made all her results except physics D7 and she’s very sure of herself.” And in response, WAEC wrote, “Let her school apply for her. “It must be received 60 days after the release of the results & there is a fee.” Source: dailyschoolgist
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has stated that it has established new method of admission in line with its mandate to ensure fairness irrespective of tribe and religion and it is determined to meet the expectations of Nigerians. According to the JAMB public relations officer, Dr Fabian Benjamin who made this known, the Board had held consultations with universities across the country to enable candidates meet the requirement and secure admission without the assistance of anybody. “The Prof. Oloyede led management is working to ensure transparent, acceptable and fair admission process. “We have designed software known as Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), where human interference will be completely removed, to promote credibility. “The admission cri
The West Africa Examination Council WAEC 2017 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) Results for School Candidates have been released. The head of the Nigeria National Office of WAEC made this known at a press briefing at the Council's office in Yaba Lagos. According to him, out of the total number of candidates that sat the examination, 1,471,151 (One Million Four Hundred and Seventy One Thousand One Hundred and Fifty One) candidates, representing 94.36% have their results fully processed and released, while 95,734 (Ninety Five Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Four) candidates, representing 5.64% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to the candidates in the course of registration or writing the examination. He mentioned that a total of...
Following the board statement through her Twitter Handle @waecnigeria , it was stated clearly that the results for the 2017 May/June WASSCE have been released.
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The West African Examination Council (WAEC) will release the May/June 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results by next week Wednesday. This was made known in a tweet by the council via its Twitter account @waecnigeria. It reads: “The results of the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2017 will be released by the Council, on or before Wednesday next week.” Thee Head of National Office (HNO), WAEC in Nigeria, Mr Olu Adenipekun, had in May said that the waiting days for release of results will now be 60 days as against 90 days. According to him, the development is one of such steps being taken by the council to meet its mandates of delivering quality service to all stakeholders.