West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) candidates are to note that their West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) that is usually schedule to hold on May/June every year have been rescheduled to commence from the 16th of August to the 30th of September 2021.2021 WASSCE candidates are hereby advised to take note of the fact that their exam won't be starting on May as it has been normally done before.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC).Has postponed the day students will sit to write its examination.The West African Examination Council founded 1952, and their headquarters in Accra Ghana, is a body that organizes examinations annually, which west african school children have to write in order to gain admission into the higher institution.
As some of you may know, JAMB and WAEC always update their recommended books/novels for examination every five to six years.I am pleased to let you know that the books read from 2016 - 2020 will no longer be used for JAMB and WAEC this year.The new scheme also known as syllabus will last from 2021 - 2025.
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In my own opinion their is 60 percent chance for examination malpractice to stop in Nigeria with the use of cctv camera as it used in jamb examination, many schools and students tend to pass their exams through examination malpractice as the believe there would be a way pass there exam without reading and assimilating there studied, do you know that before the Waec examination students already had paid for there examination malpractice fee and those who refuses to pay would fall victim of either not given enough time to write because others would probably copy fastly from the exam malpractice script, so the do not know what to do but only have to pay, sometimes is students fault and also teachers fault.
West African Examinations Council, on Friday, confirmed that the May/June 2021 Examinations has been shifted, the West African Examination will now hold from August 6th to the month of September.The Head of public affairs (acting), told news men that they have started working on the west African Examination internal time table.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) that usually holds around June, will hold two months after in it's latest edition.WAEC further disclosed that 16th August has now been decided as when candidates are expected to sit for the examination, and would end by the following month, precisely 30th September.
It is no doubt that the 2021 West African Examination council exams was postponed to mid August due to Corona virus disease break out which affected the school calendar and curriculum.Later this year, rumors had it that the exams which were written in mid August of 2020 will be written at the normal schedule which May or June.
West African Examination Council (WAEC) is an examination body that sees to the conducts of Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations in two phases annually.These phases are divided into two that is, for Private Candidates and School Candidates in May/June and November/December month frame of the year.
The west African examination Council ( WAEC) announced the 2021 West African Senior Secondary school Certificate Examination (WASSCE) which usually hold around May/June, will now commence two month later.The head of Nigeria national office of WAEC had in his address during the press briefing stated that; Let me also use this opportunity to dispel rumours being peddled about by some people regarding the conduct of WASSCE for school candidate, 2021.
A new date has been set by the West African Examination Council, WAEC for the 2021 WASSCE. This was revealed in a statement by the Acting Head of Public Affairs, WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu.According to the statement, the examination has been art to commence from August 16th and end on 30th September 2021.
Yes, it is very true that the WAEC examinations which was slated to hold from Jume has now been postponed to two month later.This statement was released by the Head of Public Affairs of WAEC Office in Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, on Friday.This is against the false rumour spread that WAEC 2021 has been postponed.
Undoubtedly, the West African Examinations Council, WAEC, conduct two different exams in a year, which are, the May/June Senior School Certificate Examination for school candidates, and, the November/December General Certificate Examination for private candidates.On a norm, the May/June Senior School Certificate Examination for this year (2021) is suppose to be conducted between the months of May and June.
The West African Examination Council said on Friday to have postpone the May/June 2021 West African senior secondary school Examination in Nigeria to August 2021.The statement made by the examination body stated that due to the Covid-19 pandemic that has affected the education sector and has destorted the academic calendar of the school activities will therefore make it impossible for students to write the examination by May and June because most Schools are still in their first term.
The attention of West African Examination Council(WAEC) has been drawn to the rumor ongoing around, most especially on social media concerning the postponement of West African Senior School Certificate Examination May/June, 2021(WASSCE).This information was said to be given by the Head of Nigeria National Office of WAEC, Mr. Patrick Areghan at a press conference to announce the release of 2021 WASSCE result for private candidate, first series on Tuesday April 6, 2021.
Joint admission and matriculation board (JAMB) has announced that the registration for UTME/DE will commence immediately after resolving NIN glitch.Remember the registration was postponed after NIN challenges were spotted on 8th April 2021.Therefore, candidate are advice to continue to prepare for their examination slated to begin on 5th june, 2021.