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WAEC RELEASES 2019 MAY/JUNE RESULT

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Following the 2019 WAEC that was written in May/June, the examination board wishes to announce to the general public especially those who sat for the examination that candidates can now check their result online as it has been released. From the statistics released by WAEC officials, 64.18% of the candidates made credit and above in at least five subjects including English and Mathematics. They also stated that 11.33% of the candidates had their results withheld with connection to examination malpractice.
The total number of candidates who registered for 2019 WAEC is 1,590,173. Out of this number 299 were visually challenged, 842 had impaired hearing; 158 had low vision; 75 were spastic cum mentally challenged, and 85 were physically challenged.

Below are the procedures you are to follow in checking your result:

  • First step is to visit to visit www.waecdirect.org
  • Next step's to enter you Examination number in the space/input provided.
  • Select your examination year.
  • Select your examination type
  • Enter your serial number. You will find it at the back of your WAEC scratch card
  • Enter th PIN you will find on your WAEC scratch card
  • Click on the submit button at the buttom and wait for your result o display in a new window.
  • If you wish to print it out, you can then click on the print button that will appear at the bottom of the page.
IF YOU WISH TO BUY WAEC SCRATCH CARDS, CALL OR TEXT: 08157372794

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WAEC GCE 2018 Jan/Feb Exam Timetable Released

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The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has published the Examination Time-Table for Jan/Feb 2018 1st series WASSCE, Private Candidates (WAEC GCE) .
WAEC GCE 2018 Jan/Feb 1st Series Exam Timetable Released
The Examination is expected to commence on Monday January 29th, 2018 and end on Monday February 12th, 2018
The complete details of the Timetable are follows

Monday 29th January, 2018
Civic Education 2 [Essay] 9.30 am – 11.30 am
Civic Education 1 [Objective] 11.30pm – 12.30pm
Agricultural Science 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Tuesday 30th January, 2018
Agricultural Science 2 (Essay) 9.30 am-11.40am
Agricultural Science 1 -11.40pm – 12.30pm

Wednesday 31st January, 2018
Financial Accounting 2 [ Theory and Practice] 9:30am – 12:00pm
Financial Accounting 1 [Objectives] 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Biology 2 [Essay] 3:00pm – 4:40pm
Biology 1 [Objectives] 4:40pm – 5:00pm

Thursday 1st February, 2018
Hausa 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00am
Hausa 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Igbo 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00pm
Igbo 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Yoruba 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00pm
Yoruba 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Chemistry 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:30pm – 5:00pm

Friday 2nd February, 2018
Geography 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:30am
Geography 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Biology 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Saturday 3rd February, 2018
General Mathematics [Core] 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 12:00pm
General Mathematics [Core] 1 [Objectives] 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Monday 5th February, 2018
Physics 2 (Essay) 9.30 am – 11.00am
Physics 1 (Objectives) 11.00am – 12.15 pm
Geography 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:00pm – 4:50pm

Tuesday 6th February, 2018
Economics 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm Economics 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.30 am
Physics 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2.00pm-4.45pm

Wednesday 7th February, 2018
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm
Islamic Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am
Islamic Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm
Literature-In-Eng 2 (Prose) 2.00pm – 3.15 pm
Literature-In-Eng 1 (Objectives) 3.15 am – 4.15pm

Thursday 8th February, 2018
Chemistry 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm
Chemistry 1 (Objectives) 11.30pm – 12.30pm
Government 2 (Essay) 2.00pm – 4.00 pm
Government (Obj) 4.00pm – 5.00 pm

Friday 9th February, 2018
Commerce 2 (Essay) 9.30am-11.30am
Commerce 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.20am
Literature-In-Eng 3 (Drama & Poetry) 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Saturday 10th February, 2018
English Language 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30am
English Language 1(Obj) 11.30am – 12.30pm
English Language 3(Oral) 3.30pm – 4.15am

Monday 12th February, 2018
Further Mathematics [Elective] 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 12.00pm
Further Mathematics [Elective] 1 (Objectives) 3.00pm – 4.30pm

NOTE:
Difference In Time On Question Paper and Time-Table
Where the duration indicated on the question paper differs from that on the time-table, the one on the question paper should be followed.
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WAEC GCE Nov/Dec Registration Closing Date -2017

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Following the publication of the 2017 WAEC GCE November/December Registration Guidelines, the West African Examinations Council also released the registration closing date for the 2017 WAEC November/December  WASSCE (Private).

2017 WAEC GCE registration has been scheduled to close by the West African Examinations Council on Friday, 25th August, 2017.

All interested candidates should keep this to mind.

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How to Check 2017 WAEC May/June NOW AVALIABLE ONLINE

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How to check 2017 WAEC Result online – The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released the 2017 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.
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This is to inform all the candidates that participated in the 2017 West African Examinations Council (WAEC) May/June WASSCE that they can now check their results online.

According to the statistics released by WAEC, 59.22%, obtained minimum of credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics

Also See: WAEC May/June Result Statistics.

How to Check WAEC Result Online.

  1. Go to WAEC result checking portal at http://www.waecdirect.org.
  2. Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.
  3. Select your Examination Year i.e. 2017.
  4. Select your Examination Type i.e. SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULT.
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number.
  6. Enter the Card PIN.
  7. Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2017 WAEC Result.
You don’t need to buy any scratch card to check your WAEC result. The result checker PIN and Serial Number are contained on the flip side of the candidates’ CIVAMPENS Card issued to all candidates by WAEC.
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WAEC May/June Results Statistics, 59.22% Pass- 2017

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2017 WASSCE for School Candidates results statistics have been released by the Head of National Office, WAEC. Only 59.22 per cent of the participants had credits in 5 subjects and above, including English and Maths.

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 From the latest report reaching us, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the 2017/2018 WAEC May/June results.

Announcing the results today at the WAEC headquarters in Lagos, the Head of National Office (HNO), Mr Olu Adenipekun, said the performance was a significant improvement compared to last year, which was 52.97% and 2015, which was 38.68%.
In the analysis of the results, he said: “1,567,016 candidates registered for the examination, out of which 1,559,162 candidates sat the examination. Of the total nunmber of candidates that sat for the exam, 829,853 were male and 729,309 were female, representing 53.22% & 46.27% respectively.
“Out of the total number of candidates that sat for the exam, 1,471,151, representing 94.36% have their results fully processed & released. 95,734 candidates, representing 5.64% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to the candidates. Such errors are being corrected & the results will be fully processed and released subsequently.

“1,490,356 candidates, representing 95.59% obtained credits and above in two (2) subjects.
“1,436,024 candidates, representing 92.44% obtained credits and above in three (3) subjects.
“1,357,193 candidates, representing 87.05% obtained credits and above in four (4) subjects.
“1,243,772 candidates, representing 79.77% obtained credits and above in five (5) subjects.
“1,084,214 candidates, representing 69.54% obtained credits and above in six (6) subjects.
“923,486 candidates, rep. 59.22%, obtained minimum of credits in 5 subjects & above, including English Language & Mathematics.

“214,952 candidates’ results,  representing 13.79% are being withheld in connection with various reported cases of exam malpractice. The cases are being investigated & reports of the investigations will be presented to the NEC in due course for consideration. The Committee’s decisions will be communicated to the affected candidates through their schools.”
The result checker PIN and Serial Number are contained on the flip side of the candidates’ CIVAMPENS Card issued to all candidates by WAEC.


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NEC Approves Cancellation Of Withheld WAEC Results Over Exam Malpractice

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After the 62nd meeting of NEC WAEC held in Lagos, the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC), of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) issued  communique approving  appropriate sanctions in all established cases of malpractice in line with the rules and regulations governing the conduct of its examinations.
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An inside source collated that the entire results and subject results of candidates involved in proven cases of exam malpractice would be cancelled. Also the sanction was extended to some students not to sit in any WAEC or WAEC- realted exams for some stipulated years.
Schools indicted in exam malpractice will be de-recognised and their Principals reported to the Ministry of Education for disciplinary action while erring Supervisors will be blacklisted
The communique, stated that these decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates and schools will be duly informed by the Council.
The Committee said further that some candidates would also suffer other sanctions such as barring them from
According to the communique, The decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates and schools will be duly informed by the Council.
The committee also resolved that following cases of schools writing on the chalk board for their students to copy, any school that is warned for abetting and aiding exam malpractice up to 3 times within a period of 5 years will be de-recognized.
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2016 WAEC Result: Best Student Gets Scholarship Upto Ph.d

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2016 WAEC Result: Best Student Gets Scholarship Upto Ph.d

WHEN Miss Faizal Abu bakar Sani, 17, a former student of Olumawu School, Abuja, was writing her West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination, WASS-CE, few months ago, little did she know that the examination would earn her a scholarship to study any course of her choice in any university in the world of her choosing.

As fortune smiles on her, Faizal’s scholarship as stated by the Kano State Government, where she hails from, will know no bounds, as it covers university education in any foreign country to whatever level she wants.

Faizal, who was celebrated by her alma-mater, Olumawu School, Abuja; had nine A1 in the May/June 2016 West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). She had A1 in English Language, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Computer Studies, Civic Education and Marketing. The result was adjudged by her school and Kano State government as the best ever in the state.

Famous universities

Faizal who spoke with Vanguard said: ‘’I will like to study Medicine in any of the famous universities abroad. Meanwhile, I have been offered admission by at least seven universities in the United Kingdom and one university in Egypt, to study medicine.’’

On her reading habit, Faizal who scored 226 in the last JAMB said: ‘’I have no specific study hour because most times I study until I get tired and often fall asleep.”

She, however disclosed that when preparing for examination, she reads and takes a break every 30 minutes.

Her words: “My mother contributed greatly to my academic success, because she encourages and grooms me. My father is a businessman who paid my school fees.’’

On her part, Faizal’s mother, Mrs. Hadiza Abubakar, who is a lawyer, described her daughter as a quiet, reserved and responsible girl who has shown intelligence right from her birth.

She said: ‘’I have not in anyway influenced her because she has a mind of her own. Mine is just to guide her and advise her. She is a young girl with an already set mind. I wanted her to go into software engineering, but she said she wanted to read Biomedical Engineering.

‘’I sat her down, looked at it and said that if she goes for that, she will have a limited number of schools to fit in. I advised her to go for Data Based Management course. “Being a lawyer and working in the Identity Management sector. I saw an area where she could go into, which is Data Base Management course, which has to do with software. She had already made up her mind . If Biomedical engineering is not available, she will go for medicine and she has been on that.”

On the early marriage in the north, as opposed to education, she said:

‘’I do not have a problem with early marriage if the girl is already matured. The important thing is that whoever is getting married should be focused.”

Hadiza who said her daughter takes after her said: ‘’Even though I got married at an early age, I knew where I wanted to be and education was my primary focus. I achieved a lot in education. I might not have been an A1 student like her, but I was good in many courses in school.”

The governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje on his part said: ‘’The scholarship is meant to cover her undergraduate, postgraduate and doctorate degrees at any university of her choice across the world. This gesture is to acknowledge merit and to especially encourage girl-child education in our state.

Chosen endeavours

“The state government is making arrangements to ensure that the gifted children are given opportunity to fully exploit their potentials. We will continue to encourage our people to achieve in their chosen endeavours and bring honour to their families, the state and the nation at large.”

In her reaction, former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloma Muktar said that Faizal’s academic feat boldly represents the new era for the girl child in Nigeria.
 
 
 

She said: “Once upon a time, girl child was a second class member of her family and society but today, things have changed for better as both sexes have equal opportunities to activate their natural potentials and strive for the best in their life time”.

The Minister of Education, Alhaji Adamu Adamu, charged Faizal to sustain the tempo of her excellent academic feat by taking it to the realm of invention and end up being an inventor who will do Nigeria proud in future.

He said: “We want you to go back to your books on more serious template when you get to the university and repeat this academic feat, entailing reading and researching and through it, becoming an inventor who will do Nigeria proud in future.”

Also, Barrister Arome Audu, a member of the School’s Governing Council who described Faizal’s academic feat as one akin to the one attained by the founder of the school, the late Chief (Mrs.) Margaret Oloruntomiwo Audu as a student at that level in 1951, saying “Faizal is another Mrs. Audu in the making”.
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WAEC May/June Result Statistics 2016 – 53% Had 5 Credits

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WAEC result updates —— May/June result statistics for the 2016/2017 have been announced by the Head of National Office, WAEC. Only 53 per cent of the participants had credits in 5 subjects and above, including English and Maths.
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 From the latest report reaching us, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the 2016/2017 WAEC May/June results.
A total of 1,552,758 candidates registered for the examination. Out of which 1,544,234 candidates, consisting of 825,650 male representing 53.5% & 718,585 female representing 46.5% candidates sat the exam.
1,393,907 candidates, representing 90.26% have their results fully released. While 158,718 candidates, representing 9.74% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors mainly traceable to the candidates and schools in the course of registration or writing the examination. Such errors are being corrected by the Council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed & released subsequently.
1,438,679 candidates, representing 93.16% obtained credits and above in two (2) subjects. 1,370,049 candidates, representing 88.72% obtained credits and above in three (3) subjects. 1,282,204 candidates, representing 83.03% obtained credits and above in four (4) subjects. 1,167,484 candidates, representing 75.60% obtained credits and above in five (5) subjects. 1,014,573 candidates, representing 65.70% obtained credits and above in six (6) subjects.878,040 candidates, representing 52.97%, obtained credits in five subjects & above, including English Language & Mathematics. The percentage of candidates that got 5 credits & above including Eng Lang & Maths in the WASSCE for School Candidates in 2015 was 38.68%.
The results of 137,295 candidates, representing 8.89% are being withheld in connection with various cases of examination malpractice. The cases are being investigated & reports of the investigation will be presented to the appropriate committee of the Council in due course. The Committee’s decisions will be communicated to the affected candidates through their schools.
133 visually challenged candidates registered for and sat the examination. From this figure, 23 candidates, representing 17.29% got credits in 5 subjects, including English Language & Mathematics. 
Candidates who sat for the exam can check the details of their performance on the Council’s results website in 24 hours time.
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Check 2016 WAEC May/June Result Online | WAEC Result

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How to check 2016 WAEC Result online – The West Africa Examination Council, WAEC has released the 2016 May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.
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We have been receiving series of calls and mails from our readers regarding the 2016 WAEC May/June result. Majority of the queries are centered on when the result would be released and be accessible online.
As a matter of fact, the 2016 WAEC May/June exam results are OUT! But candidates who sat for the exam can check the details of their performance on the Council’s results website as from 6th of August, 2016.
Follow the procedures outlined below to check your 2016 WAEC May/June result online.

HOW TO CHECK WAEC RESULT ONLINE.

Checking of WAEC result is no big deal. Follow the procedures outlined below to access your WAEC result online.
1. Go to WAEC result checking portal at http://www.waecdirect.org.
2. Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.
3.  Select your Examination Year i.e. 2016
4. Select your Type of Examination i.e. MAY/JUNE WASSCE
5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of the WAEC result checking scratch card.
6. Enter the PIN on your Scratch card.
7. Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2016 WAEC Result.
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Cambridge University Finally Clears Buhari WAEC Result Issues

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Cambridge University Finally Buhari WAEC Result
Finally! Cambridge University Clears Buhari WAEC Result
According to Daily Post Website Buhari WAEC Result has been cleared, it said:
The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, UCLES, now Cambridge Assessment, has cleared the air on the controversy currently surrounding the West African School Certificate, WASC, results presented by Muhammadu Buhari, the candidate of the All Progressives Candidate in the February 14 presidential election.
The institution in a new post on its website, disclosed that result grades for the examination in 1961 were issued in numbers, not letters, as suggested by someanti-Buharis.
According to Cambridge, “Examination results were classed in grades from 1 to 9”.
“1, 2,3,4,5 & 6 indicate a Pass with Credit; 7 & 8 indicate a Pass; 9 indicate a Failure,” the school said.
Results tendered by the former general indicate he obtained credits in English Language, Geography, Health Science, Hausa Language; failed in Mathematics and Woodwork, and had a pass in Literature in English.
Giving more insight on the result, Cambridge said for candidates to qualify for its certificate in 1961, they needed to pass English, and not necessarily Mathematics.
“To pass the School Certificate, candidates had to pass examinations in a variety of groups. It was compulsory to pass English Language, but not Maths, in order to gain the Certificate,” the university said.
This has again nailed to the wall the calls from some quarters that Buhari should be disqualified for allegedly fabricating his result.
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2015 Withheld WAEC Resut has be Cancelled

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West Africa Examinations Council, WAEC cancelled 2015 withheld West African Senior School Certificate results.
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The National Examinations Committee of West Africa Examinations Council said it had cancelled results of candidates involved in examination malpractice at the 2015 examinations.
The Committee, which meets twice a year, to consider matters related to the conduct of the May/June and November/December West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), is the highest decision-making organ of WAEC on examination-related matters in Nigeria.
During the 61st Meeting, the Committee received reports on Special, Irregularity and Clemency Cases on the November/December 2015 WASSCE..
In the course of considering the various reported cases of malpractice, the Committee endorsed appropriate sanctions in all established cases of malpractice as prescribed by the Rules and Regulations governing the conduct of the Council’s examinations after diligent deliberations. It approved that the entire results of candidates involved in proven cases, which attract cancellation of entire results (CER) be cancelled, while subject results of those involved in proven cases which attract cancellation of subject results (CSR), be similarly cancelled.
In addition, some candidates would also suffer other sanctions such as barring them from sitting for the Council’s examinations for a certain number of years. Moreover, while some schools will be derecognised as examination centres for some years, other schools’ recognition as examination centres will be withdrawn making them unable to present candidates for WAEC examination. Also, indicted supervisors have been blacklisted while erring teachers and principals have been reported to their State Ministries of Education and ANCOPPS for disciplinary action. The decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates will be duly informed by the Council.
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WAEC Celebrate Over Conduct Of May/June 2016 Exams

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West African Examinations Council, WAEC happy over the successful conduct of May/June 2016 examination.
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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has described as successful the conduct of its May/June 2016 diet examination, few days to the end of the exercise.
The Public Affairs Officer (PAO) of the examination body, Mr Damianus Ojijeogu, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Lagos.
NAN reports that this year’s May /June diet of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) started in February and will end on May 13.
He expressed the council’s appreciation to the supervisors and the examiners for their efforts and commitment toward the conduct of the examination.
Ojijeogu, however, noted that a lot still needed to be done in the aspect of discipline.
“We appeal to the states ministry of education to always send their staff that have proven integrity to represent their schools,’’ he said.
He assured of the council’s commitment to quality service delivery. (NAN)
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2016 WAEC (GCE) Registration Form is Out

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WAEC GCE form is out. November/December 2016 WASSCE registration can be done by following the procedures outlined below. Deadline 29th July, 2016 

WAEC GCE Form : 2016 WAEC (GCE) Registration Form is Out
This is to inform the general public and most importantly, candidates interested in sitting for the 2016 WAEC November/December WASSCE (Private) commonly referred to as WAEC GCE, that the registration has closed.

Also Recommended: Direct Links
1. Download the Biometric Data Capture Software2. Click Here  for the rules and regulations governing the examination. 
3. Click Here  to download WASSCE for Private Candidates (2016). (P) Timetable, for the rescheduled papers due to the last public holiday Click here to download 
4. Click Here  for the WAEC Syllabus
5. For support, send a mail to Customer Care or call 234-1-9049320
6. Download a blank registration form
7. Know the types of Registration Pin/Code to use.
To avoid unnecessary mistakes, the West African Examinations Council released a registration guideline for candidates.
Please ensure you have captured your biometric fingerprints, scanned your passport and captured other personal details before you continue registration – see SIMPLE STEPS TO REGISTRATION below

USEFUL HINTS

Hint One: Download a blank registration form to avoid unnecessary mistakes.
Hint Two: Do you have any queries? Then you can send a mail to support@waecnigeria.org or call them on the following number: 01-2700516

GUIDELINES FOR REGISTRATION OF WAEC GCE NOVEMBER/DECEMBER.

Login: Candidates are to start their Registration by enrolling their fingerprints and capturing other personal details using the Biometric Data Capture software. Click here to download if you have a fingerprint scanner or visit any Registration Centre with such facilities to scan your fingerprints. Ensure your Surname, First name and other names are captured using the software
Bio data: You are required to enter your bio data which includes Gender, Disability, Marital Status, Maiden Name (if applicable), Date of Birth, Nationality and State of Origin. Note that your name must not be more than 40 characters, this includes spaces between the surname, firstname and other name. Please select NONE for disability information if you are not disabled
Uploading of passport photograph : You are required to upload your scanned passport size photograph with a white background. The photograph must be a recent one and must be in Joint Portable Exchange (jpg) format. Note that the photograph you upload will be printed on your photocard and certificate. The dimension of the passport must be exactly 275 X 314 pixels. The photograph must not be more than 15 kilobytes and not less than 7 kilobytes in size.
Contact information: You are required to supply your contact information which includes telephone, email, residential address, residential city, residential state, postal address, city and state. Note that Telephone number is compulsory since it would be used to contact the candidate should the need arise.
Selection of preferred examination town :You are required to select the state and town you wish to write the examination. The exact centre will be automatically assigned to you by the system. Please note that you cannot change your Examination town after submission
Subjects selection: English Language and Mathematics have been automatically selected for you because they are compulsory. You are required to select the other subjects you wish to register for in this examination. Please note that a minimum of Seven (7) and a maximum of Nine (9) subjects are allowed (English Language and Mathematics inclusive).
Declaration: You are required to read the declaration section carefully and check or tick the checkboxes before submitting your form. You cannot proceed unless you have done this.
Submitting registration: Once you have completed the registration form, you are required to click the ACCEPT button after which a preview of your details will be displayed. You are required to review your application at this stage and click the EDIT button if you desire to make any modification. You should click the SAVE button if you want to save your application and still be able to come back and modify it. Note that you can only modify up to 3 times. Click the SUBMIT button if you want to submit your application. NOTE that you will no longer be able to modify your application once you click the SUBMIT button.
Printing of admission notice/photo card: On successful completion and submission of your registration form, the system will allocate a centre to you and generate your examination number. You should then print the admission notice/photo card. Note that this document will be required before you are allowed into the examination hall.
THE REGISTRATION FOR NOV/DEC 2016 SHALL END ON 29TH JULY, 2016.
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Improvement! WAEC to Commence CBT Examination Mode Soon

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West African Examinations Council, WAEC perfecting plans to migrate into the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode for its examinations.
WAEC to Commence CBT
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is considering migrating to the Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode of examinations for it examinations, the Registrar disclosed in Lagos.
The Registrar of council, Dr Iyi Uwadiae, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
According to him, the council is considering all variables available to ensure that the entire process is not messed up.
He, however, noted that the council was not in a hurry to migrate because the council basically conducts achievement tests and not selection tests.
“We have looked at the issue of CBT and found that this is not a selection test, where one can deal with paper and pencil.
“With that, you can easily migrate to CBT, but for an achievement test where you train people to become engineers, medical doctors and others, there will be need for practical experience.
“So, they do not just train them practically in the class, they equally need to be tested on theory.
“Again this background, therefore, we are collaborating with other examination bodies and experts outside Nigeria to ensure that when we start, we will not mess up the entire process.
“And what is expected of the candidates can still be achieved,’’ he said.
Uwadiae noted that the council was being cautious in getting it done because there were many things involved.
“We are not in a hurry to move in there but with time, we are going to migrate into it and start with the objective tests.
“We have to still do the practical aspect because we want to be sure that all schools are on the same level.
“They must be on the same level in terms of learning and all other aspects so that we can be able to have confidence on the reliability of the continuous assessment and practicals, which their teachers will give us.
“For now, we cannot say what we get from these teachers are reliable as we insist on continuous assessment.
“We need to go to these schools and match them against any standard tests,’’ the registrar said.
On the persistent poor performance of candidates, Uwadiae said the issue was not peculiar to Nigeria alone.
He noted that effective teaching and learning were no longer taking place in schools, coupled with the issue of dearth of infrastructure.
According to him, students seldom stay in the classrooms; they spend more time on the internet and do not read and all that.
He explained that such students were not expected to perform miracles during examinations.
“We compare our standards with that of other examination bodies in Nigeria and internationally and so we cannot lower our standards.
“Our examinations are taken by candidates of five different countries and it is the same examination.
“We have our own internal mechanism, as well as a very functional research outfit.
“For every examination, we do a research to find out why candidates perform poorly and if after this, we still have some doubts, we do what is called post item analysis.
“Invariably we find out that our items are not bad.
“The teachers are the ones who set the questions, moderate and mark them; we only collate and release results as adjudged by the experts,’’ the council boss added. (NAN)
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Check WAEC GCE Result Online – 2015 Nov/Dec

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2015 WAEC GCE Result out?  Yes it’s out. We have the full procedure on how you can check your 2015 WAEC GCE result yourself.
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This is to inform the general public and especially, candidates that participated in the 2015 November/December West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE (popularly known as WAEC GCE) that their results are now available online .
2015 WAEC GCE Results have been successfully uploaded online and it is accessible from the WAEC official result checking website. Candidates need to purchase the WAEC result checker which cost N500 (five hundred naira only) from authorized dealers or any WAEC office nearest to them to be able to access their results.
Before you proceed, kindly check: 2015 WAEC GCE Result Statistics: 48% Pass Recorded.

Check WAEC GCE Result Online – 2015 Nov/Dec.

  1. Go to WAEC result checking portal @ www.waecdirect.org.
  2. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number.  (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)
  3. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg. 2015
  4. Select the Type of Examination  i.e. NOV/DEC WASSCE (Private)
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
  6. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card
  7. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up

Check 2015 WAEC GCE Nov/Dec Result via SMS.

In case you want to check your 2015 WAEC GCE result via sms, use the short code format below:
WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear To short-code 32327 (MTN, Airtel & Glo subscribers)
For example -: WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2013
Note: Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message.
Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only)
Hint: you can only use your result checker 5 times, so be wise!
Share your WAEC GCE results with others via the comments section below.
Good luck.
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48% Pass Recorded: As WAEC Releases November/December 2015 GCE Result

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The West African Examination Council (WAEC), has released the long awaited November/December 2015 General Certificate Examination (GCE) result. 
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Announcing the release of the results at a news conference in Lagos, the Head, National Office of the Council, Mr. Isaac Adenipekun, said of the total 237,154 candidates who sat for the examinations, 235,542 candidates, representing 99.32% have their results fully processed and released.

He said 1,612 candidates, representing 0.68%, have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors, traceable mainly to the candidates in the course of registration or writing the examination. Such errors are being corrected by the Council to enable the affected candidates have their results.

Also Read: How to Check GCE 2015 Result Here!!!

On the performance of candidates, Mr. Adenipekun said that 79,490 candidates, representing 33.51% obtained 6 credits and above; 113,573 candidates, representing 47.88% obtained 5 credits.

In addition, 146,253 candidates, representing 61.67% obtained credits and above in 4 subjects, while 175,718 candidates, representing 74.09% obtained credits and above in 3 subjects. A total of 200,304 candidates (84.46%) obtained credits and above in 2 subjects.
The new WAEC HNO, who is announcing his first result, commended all the supervisors, invigilators, custodians, security agencies and other ad-hoc personnel for their commitment and dedication to duty during the conduct of the examination.

He added that the results have been uploaded online and can be accessed on the WAEC result checking website 24hrs from the time of this publication.

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