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2016 WAEC Best Student Gets Scholarship up to Ph.D

2016 WAEC Best Student Gets Scholarship up to 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, WASSCE, 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 Go... »

Candidates forget “Expo” in answer booklets – WAEC

Candidates forget “Expo” in answer booklets – WAEC

In a hurry to submit their answer booklets to invigilators, some candidates forget their expo (materials used for examination malpractice) in the booklets, the West African Examination Council has said. The council also noted that some other candidates use different answer booklets from its authorised copies. Its Public Relations Officer, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu, who confirmed this in an interview w... »

WAEC To Withhold Students’ Results In 19 States. See Why

WAEC To Withhold Students’ Results In 19 States. See Why

The West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) has threatened to withhold results of candidates in 19 states that sat for the May/June 2015 WASSCE over non-payment of candidates’ registration fees by theirstate governments.Speaking at the WAEC national office, Yaba, today 27th of July, the Head of National Office (HNO) Mr Charles Eguridu said: “The affected states should off-set the registrationfees ... »

How 13-yr-old Tunmise sets new Maths contest records

Oluwatunmise Idowu, a 13 year old student of Scholars Universal Secondary School, Ota, Ogun State last week, stunned the organisers of the on-going 2016 Cowbellpedia Mathematics Television Quiz Show with her record-breaking performance in one of the preliminary rounds. Idowu, the daughter of a Mathematics teacher, slugged it out in Group B with Ayomide Nafisat Abdulwaheed, a JSS 3 female student o... »

West African and Examination Council (WAEC) Extends 2016 GCE Registration Deadline

West African and Examination Council (WAEC) Extends 2016 GCE Registration Deadline

This is to inform the public that the deadline for 2016 Nov/Dec (GCE) examination of the West African and Examination Council (WAEC) has been extended. The new deadline is August 19th, 2016. For registration guidelines, visit http://registration.waecdirect.org/ »

We Are Not Ready To Adopt CBT Now – WAEC Zonal Coordinator

We Are Not Ready To Adopt CBT Now – WAEC Zonal Coordinator

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has disclosed that it will not adopt the computer-based test (CBT) in the conduct of its examination. This was made known by the Zonal Coordinator of the examination body in Abuja, Yusuf Ari. According to him, despite the fact that CBT has proven to reduce examination malpractice, the board will still stick to the old method because of the nature of its ... »

WAEC Set To Stop Amendment Of Errors On Certificates From January 1st, 2017

WAEC Set To Stop Amendment Of Errors On Certificates From January 1st, 2017

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has stated that from January 1st, 2017 the council will stop amending the date of birth and other entries on the certificate of candidates. The council has hence advised candidates to take time to go through their details and ensure they are correct before submitting their applications during registration or other wise the only option that will be avail... »

WASSCE Officially Releases Nov/Dec Results – View Statistics Here

WASSCE Officially Releases Nov/Dec Results – View Statistics Here

The West African Examination Council has released the November/December 2015 WASSCE results. This was made know by Mr. Olutise Isaac Adenipekun (FCAI, MNIM), Head of the Nigeria National Office of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), in a press briefing. According to him, out of the total number of candidates that sat for the examination, 235,542 candidates, representing 99.32% have their... »