WASSCE Gambia Online Registration for Nov/Dec 2017 for Private Candidates

Welcome to The Gambia Online Registration System. CANDIDATES SHOULD SELECT THE EXAMINATION OPTION THEY WISH TO REGISTER - Online Registration for Nov/Dec West African Senior Secondary Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidate in Gambia. The Gambia Registration for WASSCE for Private Candidates 2017 will begin very soon immediately the 2016 WAEC Private examination is written and results published. The West African Senior School Certificate Examination is always scheduled to take of from may/june while the examination is always written in November/December. the WASSCE Private result is usually published by February/March of every year to enable students who wants to gain admission into any higher institution can register, write the exam and have the result to apply to a desired school.


WAEC The Gambia! - REGISTRATION - Confirmation Page - Admission Notice
Welcome to the WAEC Online Registration for 2016 WASSCE for Private Candidates website. Below are the steps that you must go through to complete this registration. Go through these steps carefully, making sure you have the necessary information required before you proceed.  Click on the links below to Know the types of Scratch Cards to buy.

GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Click Here  for the Rules and Regulations governing the examination. 
2. Click Here  to download 2017/18 WASSCE for Private Candidates (PC) Timetable 
3. Click Here  for Notes and Guidance
4. Click Here for Directions to Candidates

START REGISTRATION HERE - CLICK HERE

Please note that all fields with * are mandatory

BIOMETRIC DATA CAPTURE

Candidates are to start their Registration by enrolling their fingerprints and capturing other personal details using the Biometric Data Capture software from an accredited registration centre. Ensure your Surname, First name and other names are captured using the software. Your profile which will comprise of your unique username, email address and password is created.

BIO DATA

You are required to enter your bio data which includes Name, Sex, Date of Birth, Phone Number, Postal Address, Email. Note that your name must not be more than 40 characters, this includes spaces between the surname, firstname and other name. It’s important to start your name with your surname.

UPLOADING OF PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH

You are required to upload your scanned passport size photograph with a white background. The photograph must be a recent one and must be in Joint Portable Exchange (jpg) format. Note that the photograph you upload will be printed on your photocard and certificate. The dimension of the passport must be between 150 and 200 pixels (height) and 150 and 200 pixels(width). The photograph must not be more than 40kilobytes in size.

WITNESS INFORMATION

You are required to supply your witness information which includes name, occupation and telephone. Note that all the information is compulsory.

EXAMINATION CENTER SELECTION

You are required to select the centre you wish to write the examination.

SUBJECTS SELECTION

You are required to select the subjects you wish to register for in this examination. Please note that a maximum of Nine (9) subjects are allowed.

CERTIFICATION BY CANDIDATE

You are required to read the certification section carefully and check the checkbox before submitting your form.

SUBMITTING REGISTRATION

Once you have completed the registration form, you are required to click on the PREVIEW button after which a preview of your details will be displayed. You are expected to review your application at this stage and click the EDIT button if you desire to make any modification. You should click SAVE if you want to save your application and still come back to modify it. Note that you can only modify up to 3 times. Click SUBMIT if you want to submit your application. NOTE that you will no longer be able to modify your application once you click the SUBMIT button.

ADMISSION NOTICE AND CONFIRMATION PAGE PRINTING

On successful completion and submission of your registration form, the system will generate your confirmation page which you are required to print. You will be able to print your Admission Notice once an index number has been assigned to you. Note that these two documents will be required before you are granted access to the examination hall.
   

START REGISTRATION HERE


PUBLIC NOTICE: CHANGE OF DIETS FOR WASSCE

The November/December WASSCE will now be called WASSCE for Private Candidates followed by the year of examination.   For example, in 2016 the November/December WASSCE will be called WASSCE for Private Candidates 2016

The May/June WASSCE will now be called WASSCE for School Candidates followed by the year of examination.  For example, in 2016, the May/June WASSCE will be called WASSCE for School Candidates 2016.

Registration for WASSCE for Private Candidates 2016/2017

Registration for WASSCE for Private Candidates 2016 closing date has been extended from June 30 to July 15, 2016.  Please buy your registration cards from any Guaranty Trust Bank (Gambia) Ltd Branch and go to any of the listed WASSCE Registration venues to register.  Please remember to pay for your registration fees of D150.00 at the bank and present your receipts at the registration venue.
Hurry and get registered to avoid late entry.

GAMBIA: Registration for WASSCE for Private Candidates 2017/2018

The May/June WASSCE will now be called WASSCE for School Candidates followed by the year of examination.  For example, in 2017, the May/June WASSCE will be called WASSCE for School Candidates 2017 and every students in Gambia is qualified to register for the exam.

CHECK GAMBIA WASSCE RESULT HERE


THE WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
PMB 158, BANJUL, GAMBIA
NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017/18 WASSCE (PRIVATE)

Subjects Available for WASSCE

1. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
2. ARABIC
3. BIOLOGY
4. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
5. CHEMISTRY
6. CHRISTIAN REL. KNOWLEDGE
7. COMMERCE
8. ECONOMICS
9. ENGLISH LANGUAGE
10. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
11. FOODS & NUTRITION
12. FRENCH
13. FURTHER MATHEMATICS
14. GEOGRAPHY
15. GOVERNMENT
16. HEALTH SCIENCE
17. HISTORY
18. HOME MANAGEMENT
19. ISLAMIC STUDIES
20. LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH
21. MATHEMATICS
22. METALWORK
23. PHYSICAL EDUCATION
24. PHYSICS
25. PRINCIPLES OF COST ACCOUNTING
26. SCIENCE
27. TECHNICAL DRAWING
28. VISUAL ART
29. WOODWORK

S/N
REGISTRATION
SUBJECT CARD TYPE
AMOUNT
1.
ONE (1) SUBJECT CARD
D1,500.00
2.
TWO (2) SUBJECTS CARD
D1,700.00
3.
THREE (3) SUBJECTS CARD
D1,850.00
4.
FOUR (4) SUBJECTS CARD
D1,950.00
5.
FIVE (5) SUBJECTS CARD
D2,000.00
6.
SIX or SEVEN (6 or 7) SUBJECTS CARD
D2,050.00
7.
EIGHT or NINE (8 or 9) SUBJECTS CARD
D2,100.00
ORAL SUBJECT CARD
8.
English Language, French, Arabic
D300.00 per subject



PRACTICAL SUBJECT CARD

Foods & Nutrition, Home Management, Visual Arts, Woodwork, Metalwork
D300.00 per subject

WAEC GAMBIA REGISTRATION DETAILS

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About WASSCE
  1. History
  2. National Office
  3. Head of National Office

Exams
  1. GABECE
  2. WASSCE
  3. International Exams

Registration
  1. GABECE
  2. WASSCE For School Candidates
  3. WASSCE For Private Candidates


WASSCE History

For instance it has over the years developed a team of well-trained and highly motivated staff and has administered examinations that are both valid and relevant to the educational aspirations of member countries. Its certificates enjoy international recognition. WAEC has also been promoting the ideals of hard work and honesty in the youth through its awards for outstanding performance in its examinations.

The West African Examinations Council was established following the acceptance of the Jeffery Report by the colonial Government(s) in the Gold Coast (now Ghana ) Sierra Leone and The Gambia; who passed appropriate ordinances in their Legislative Assemblies in 1951. The ordinances charge the Council with the responsibility determining the examinations required in the public in West Africa , and empowered it to conduct such examination award appropriate certificates. The Jeffery Report had recommended the setting up of a West African Examinations in the then four British colonies of Nigeria , Gold Coast Sierra Leone and The Gambia. Liberia later joined the Council in 1974.The ordinances have now been replaced with the Convention which confers legal personality on the Council as an international organization.
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