WAEC Withholds 214,952 Result in 2017 Due to Examination Malpractice

WAEC Withholds 214,952 Result in 2017 Due to Examination Malpractice

WAEC News making the wave this week is that the West African Examination Council has released all results of the Senior School Certificate Exam (SSCE) written in May/June 2017.

During the WAEC Board press release via their official Twitter account, WAEC Board stated that exactly 59.22%, percent passed the exam.

Furthermore, the performance of candidates that got five (5) credits and above including Mathematics and English Language in the WASSCE for School Candidates signifies positive progress to the result of last year 2015 and 2016 which was 52.97% and 38.68%, respectively.


Also revealed by the West African Examination Board, states that the WAEC results of 214,952 (Two Hundred and Fourteen Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty Two) candidates, representing 13.79% of the total candidature for the examination has been withheld without plea in connection with cases of examination malpractice, the news broadcast said.

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Remember vividly during the WAEC examination, our editors passed a warning to students who are involving themselves in exam malpractice to desist from it or risk their WAEC Result 2017 being seized by the board. See now, over 200,000 results has been withheld and we are not sure if WAEC will release any withhold result in 2017.

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WAEC Withholds 214,952 Result in 2017 Due to Examination Malpractice
If the results are not released at all, it means that all the affected students must have to register for the examination again and pas though the stress to write the exam all over again.

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