JAMB candidates find combining O'level results confusing during their registration processes.Many are not sure if the school they have chosen will accept the combination of O'level results.Candidate can use two O'level results when he or she does not pass all the required subjects for the course he or she has chosen.
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is the body responsible for conducting the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).A few days ago, the board released the form for 2021 UTME.As a result of this, many JAMB candidates who are Art students are wondering as to whether JAMB will use the old Literature texts (2016-2019).
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.
Waec examinations has been postponed see new date and reason for the postponement of the examination
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.
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.
Dedeigbo Ayodeji The west African examinations council (WAEC) Nigeria wishes to inform candidates and the general public of the new modalities for the collection of attestation of results and printed certificates by candidates from offices of the council in Nigeria. The new modalities for collection of certificates apply to private candidates only, as school candidates are expected to channel their requests through their schools. The modalities for requests for attestation of results shall apply to both private
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.
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.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) says it's 2021 West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) for school candidates earlier scheduled for May /June may not hold again.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Nigeria, has disclosed that the West African Senior School Certificate exam will begin in the month of August, 2021 and not May.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) on Friday through a statement signed by its acting head of Public Affairs, Demianus Ojijeogu revealed that there are now new modalities, for the collection of attestation of results and certificates. In the statement which was also posted on its twitter handle, the regional examination body stated that the new modalities are a departure from what was obtainable in the past. Before now, private candidates often collect their certificates and attestation of results from
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 Examinations Council have decided on Tuesday to shift the exam date that is the West African Senior Secondary School Examination that has been set to take place during the May/June period has now been shifted until further notice.
According to Daily Post, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) reported today that the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school applicants, which was originally scheduled for May/June, will not take place.
Few minutes ago, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) announced the release of the result of the January First Series Examination for Private candidates.
The West African Examination Council was established to conduct examination and award both school and private candidates who participated in the examination with WASSCE.
West African examination council has released the west African senior school certificate examination for private candidate 2021-first series,all the candidate in Nigeria that registered for the Examination are advice to Go online and check their results.
The 2021 First Series West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) (Private Candidate) results were announced on Tuesday, April 6, 2020.
- Candidates are advised to keep up with WAEC's updates on the matter.- Examining bodies have taken harsh disciplinary measures against schools that cheat on exams.The grading of private candidates who sat for the 2021-First Series WASSCE has been completed by WAEC.
The West African Examination Council said that the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations meant to hold around June will now happen 2 months after.