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BREAKING:WAEC Releases 2022 WASSCE Results, Decries Indebtedness By 10 State Govts

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on Monday delivered the consequences of school applicants, who sat for the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), 45 days after the finish of the assessment on June 23, 2022.

Tending to columnists during a press preparation, WAEC’s Head of National Office, Patrick Areghan, revealed that a sum of 1,607,981 competitors enrolled for the assessment from 20,222 perceived optional schools in the nation, saying 1,601,047 up-and-comers sat the assessment.

Areghan said, “1,222,505 up-and-comers, addressing 76.36%, got credits or more in at least five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics

“Of this number, 597,811, for example 37.34%, were male applicants, while 624,694, for example 39.02%, were female applicants.

The level of up-and-comers in this classification in the WASSCE for school competitors, 2021, or at least, the people who got credit or more in at least five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, was 81.70%. Hence, there is a 5.34% decline in execution in such manner”.

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Moreover, the HNO unveiled that the stamping of the contents held in 89 settings the nation over from June 11 to July 29, 2022, contained 85 conventional and four e-checking scenes all through the nation, saying 79,229 analysts partook in the coordination and checking exercise.

Mr. Areghan said the aftereffects of 365,564 applicants, addressing 22.83%, of the absolute number of competitors that sat for the assessment, are being kept regarding different revealed instances of assessment negligence, saying the figure addresses 11.74% higher than the 10.9% kept in the WASSCE for school up-and-comers, 2021.

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He recorded explanations behind the execution of assessment violations to remember unfortunate arrangements by competitors and over-dependence for ‘Exhibition’, bemoaning that schools, managers, instructors and up-and-comers executing this evil are not aiding the schooling system. “The board will keep on authorizing all instances of assessment negligence.

The people who enjoy posting things on assigned stages are only fate destroyers.

Recipients of such ‘help’ won’t ever slip through the cracks as they won’t ever have their outcomes. All hands should be at hand to disinfect the framework,” he added.

He cautioned against the financing of advance inquiries called ‘Exhibition’ by guardians, saying such up-and-comers got disappointed when they got into the assessment lobby and found that all they had celebrated was phony and prompting mass disappointment.

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The HNO cautioned 10 account holder states not to expect the arrival of the consequences of the applicants they supported for the assessment except if they exhibit serious responsibilities.

He said, “For the evasion of uncertainty, Tax Identification Number (TIN) is definitely not a pre-imperative for enlistment for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

States supporting contender for the assessment should show responsibility, eagerness, preparation and capacity to pay or recover their obligations.

Part section charge installment isn’t, and can’t be likened with, the forthright installment”.

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