There are two types of secondary school results that are not acceptable by institutions, that's why candidates are warned against uploading such results. The main purpose of not accepting such a result is due to conclusions made by the exam board with other stakeholders. Instead of uploading the result, register for another secondary school exam.
The categories are as follows;
1. O'Level result that has less than 5 credit score. The reason is that a low score is not accepted by universities and the federal college of education. This means uploading such a result is not recommended. Examples are D7, E8, and F9.
2. O'Level result that has been held. Recently a WAEC examiner revealed the reason for the withholding of results. She said examination malpractice and other factors affect it. Candidates are warned against uploading such results.
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