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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Outcome of  2022 WASSCE

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Outcome of  2022 WASSCE Results.

 

Following the tough processes involved in examination conduction, supervision, marking and grading of candidates, West African Examinations Council ( WAEC) has almost brought the curtains down.

 

The 2022 WASSCE results have passed through quality control system successfully hence approval has been given by the Examination Control Board under WAEC and the examining team to Information Technology Specialist to feed WAEC database with the results for checking and printing purposes.

 

However, we are waiting patiently for the chief examiner to vomit out the statistics or break down of passes in the various subjects. He is the only person entitled to do that before any one else does.

 

The West African Examinations Council

The key-in processes started all over Yesterday, 30th November 2022 hence any moment from now till the first week of December, the results will be ready for checking online.

 

Normally, the released of  the provisional results of candidates is to pave way for the awaiting applicants to make it to their next level of the educational ladder.

 

This is very crucial since most tertiary institutions will begin their admission processes and reporting of students on January.

 

Caution has been given to all stakeholders especially candidates to be on the alert and not fall prey to the activities of scammers who promise to upgrade results for a fee.

 

The West African Examinations Council

“Candidates are to note that all WAEC results are secured and can be authenticated. Institutions are therefore urged to always verify results presented to them to expose incidents of forgery,” the statement said.

However, last year’s Statistics is vital for the purposes of comparism and evaluations.

For the  2021 WASSCE, report shows that, A total of 446,352 candidates, made up of 221,439 (49.6 %) males and 224,913 (50.4%) females from 965 schools entered for the examination.

The figure is 18.8% higher than the 2020 figure of 375,763.

A total of 3,545 (0.79 %) of the candidates who registered were absent from the examination.

The West African Examinations Council

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