WAEC Releases May/June 2015 WASSCE Results
According to report from the official webpage of WAEC, The West African School Certificate are hereby indorming those candidates who partook in the just concluded May/June 2015 results are out. So veryone who wrote the examination should ensure they get their results by carefully reading this article.
It was revealed that about 118.101. This is just a fraction from 1.5million candidates who wrote the examination.
The WAEC Head of National Office, Mr. Charles Eguridu, openly declared this in Lagos at a press conference on Monday.
Mr Eguiudu also added that though states that states owing WAEC have drastically reduced. The reasons according to him was that some of the have paid their debts.
According to Mr Eguridu, about six states out of the 19 states were still owing WAEC about N4bn. He believed this sum of amount being owed were enough to cripple the board.
According to Mr Eguridu, “After my pronouncement, two weeks ago, a few of the debtor states responded by paying their debts fully or partially while a few others made promises, indicating their willingness to pay as soon as they are able to do so. Others have not made any efforts in addressing the matter.
WAEC Releases May/June 2015 WASSCE Results – www.waecdirect.org
“After reviewing the situation, the council has decided that the results of government-sponsored candidates of indebted states would be released if such states endeavour to produce bank guarantees, so that the council will be assured that the fees will be paid. This decision is in appreciation of the general prevailing economic challenges in the country, and in order not to jeopardize the educational careers of the candidates of the indebted states.”
According to the report from the board,the Council have resolved to give Attestation of results to those candidates whose results are still being withheld by the council due some reasons. So candidates are urged to visit any WAEC office close to them for it.
“Due to the high incidence of lost or missing certificates, the council has introduced “Attestation of Results” which can be obtained on request, to serve as replacement for lost or missing certificates, since we do not issue certificates twice.”
The reasons he gave for the with holding of these results were due to Various forms of examination malpractice.
Below are the breakdown of the results held.
“A total of 1,605,248 candidates registered for the May/June 2015 WASSCE, of which 1,593,442 candidates, consisting of 864,096 male and 729,346 female candidates sat the examination.
“Out of the total number of candidates who sat the examination, 1,498,069 candidates, representing 94.01 per cent have their results fully released, while 95,373 candidates, representing 5.99 per cent have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors mainly traceable to the candidates and schools in the course of registration or writing the examination.”
“Such errors are being corrected by the council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed and released subsequently.”
“Candidates who sat the May/June 2015 WASSCE will be able to check the details of their performance on the Council’s results website: www.waecdirect.org within the next 24 hours.”