The latest information reaching us is that the West African Examinations Council, WAEC, said that 101,398 candidates who participated in the 2012 May/June West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination, WASSCE, will have their results withheld for their involvement in examination malpractice.
While addressing newsmen on the 15th november, shortly after the 54th meeting of the Nigerian Examinations Committee, NEC, Hajiya Fatima Abdulrahman, National President of All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools, ANCOPSS, on behalf of the NEC said and we quote:
In deliberation on the conduct of the Council’s May/June examination diet, the Committee considered all the cases of examination malpractice presented by the National Office and took appropriate decisions in line with the policies of the Council.
“Having considered malpractice cases, about 101,398 candidates out of the total number of 1,695,872 candidates who sat for the May/June WASSCE in Nigeria would have their results withheld based on reports of their alleged involvement in examination malpractice.”
There is no hope that those whose waec results where withheld will be released. The only option is that the candidates will have to re-sit for waec examination.
Is your waec results withheld? Then you must be preparing to register again, and this time, play your game real well.
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