WAEC set to conduct 2022 WASSCE for School in May/June

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WAEC will allegedly hold the 2022 WASSCE for School in May/June, according to the most recent information available on WASSCE for School applicants.

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) is contemplating holding the 2022 WASSCE for School in May/June rather than the current August/October, according to a person acquainted with the matter.

According to the source, the Chairman of Council, Prof. Ato Essuman, has said that the worldwide test would be considered after the Nigeria Minister of Education pushed for it to be held in May/June of the next academic year.

Meanwhile, the non-profit organization (WAEC) is yet to reveal the results of applicants who took the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School in 2021.

Last week, an Examinations Council staff member informed EducationWeb that co-ordination and marking of test scripts had been finished, but that processing of results and other post-examination processes were still occurring.

“Candidates can anticipate the WASSCE School results to be released in due time, since the Council has finished grading the scripts.” “I will also advise them to reject misleading information regarding the results on social media,” the WAEC official said.

He said that when his organization releases the 2021 worldwide examination results, they would only be available on the WAEC results checking site at https://ghana.waecdirect.org/ for candidates and the general public to view.

He also warned the general public, especially WASSCE graduates who sat for the recently concluded exams, to be aware of websites proclaiming the release of the results and of individuals who offer to enhance results for a price.

In its geographical breakdown of final year Senior High School students that sat for this year’s WASSCE, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said that the Ashanti Region produced the most applicants for the test.

According to data, 108,485 applicants from the Ashanti Region competed in the WASSCE, with 54,422 men and 54,063 females. Greater Accra supplied 47,594 people, including 22,655 males and 24,939 girls.

The West African Senior School Certificate Test officially began on August 16, 2021, with 446,321 students from 965 Senior High Schools and 763 examination centers, representing 221,437 males and 234,884 females.

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