WAEC publishes the 2021 WASSCE results 26 days after the examination

WAEC publishes the 2021 WASSCE results 26 days after the examination

WAEC publishes the 2021 WASSCE results 26 days after the examination.       The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, Nigeria, has issued the results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, for private candidates 2021-first series, 26 days after the examination was held.

 

WAEC publishes the 2021 WASSCE results 26 days after the examination

 

 

This was revealed by the Head of the Nigeria National Office, WAEC, Mr. Patrick Areghan, at a news conference on Tuesday at the body’s national office in Yaba, Lagos.
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Meanwhile, female candidates outnumber male candidates with a minimum of five credits in areas such as English Language and Mathematics.

According to the Head of WAEC Nigeria, “a total of Seven Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety (7,690) (representing a 38 percent decline, when compared to the 2020 entry figure) candidates entered for the examination, while Seven Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty-Nine (7,289) candidates actually sat the examination at Two Hundred and Fifty-Two (252) centres spread across the nooks and crannies of Nigeria.” The decrease in entrance numbers could be related to the detrimental impact of the COVID– 19 pandemic.

“For the examination, a total of twenty-three (23) individuals with varied degrees of Special Needs were registered. Six (6) were visually challenged, two (2) had impaired hearing, five (5) were Albino, one (1) was spastic cum intellectually challenged, and nine (9) were physically challenged; their results were analyzed and also released.

“Of the total number of Seven Thousand Two Hundred and Eighty-Nine (7,289) applicants who took the exam, three thousand five hundred and ninety-three (3,593) were men and three thousand six hundred and ninety-six (3,696) were females, representing 49.29 percent and 50.71 percent, respectively.

“Of this number, one thousand seven hundred and seventy-four (1,074), or 48.93 percent, were male candidates, while one thousand one hundred and twenty-one (1,121), or 51.07 percent, were female candidates.

were women candidates In the WASSCE for Private Candidates, 2019 and 2020, the percentage of candidates in this group, that is, those who earned credit or higher in a minimum of five (5) subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, was 26.08 percent and 32.23 percent, respectively. As a result, there is a 2.12 percent decrease,” Mr Areghan stated.

 

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