WAEC has Releases November/December 2015 WASSCE Results

WAEC Releases November/December 2015 WASSCE Results

WAEC declared the arrival of the outcomes in their office at Yaba, Lagos on Thursday, December 17, by Isaac Adenipekun the head of WAEC national office. The arrival of the private applicant examination will be the first significant task of the new head of national office.

A sum of 237,154 applicants sat for the examination, comprising of 124,512 male and 112,642 female hopefuls. This number incorporates 37 outwardly tested applicants.

Out of the aggregate number of hopefuls that sat for the examination, 235,542 applicants, speaking to 99.32% have their outcomes completely handled and discharged. 1,612 applicants, (speaking to 0.68%) have a couple of their subjects as yet being prepared because of a few mistakes, traceable basically to the hopefuls throughout enlistment or composing the examination. Such mistakes are being redressed by the gathering to empower the influenced competitors have their outcomes.

Of the aggregate number of applicants that sat for the examination, 79,490 competitors, speaking to 33.51% got 6 credits or more; 113,573 hopefuls, speaking to 47.88% acquired 5 credits. Furthermore, 146,253 applicants, speaking to 61.67% acquired credits or more in 4 subjects, while 175,718 hopefuls, speaking to 74.09% got credits or more in 3 subjects.

A sum of 200,304 applicants (84.46%) acquired credits or more in 2 subjects. The consequences of 28,768 hopefuls, speaking to 12.13%, are being withheld for further examination regarding different instances of examination misbehavior. The reports of the examinations will be introduced to the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) of the Council for thought.

It would be reviewed that, no less than 118,101 understudies who sat for the May/June West African Examinations Council (WAEC) examinations won't have their outcomes discharged after professedly captivating in different demonstrations of examination misbehavior. The affirmations incorporate replicating from course books, utilization of versatile handsets and arranged answers purportedly snuck into the examination corridor, among others. While others were professedly supported by invigilators, connived with and ambushed invigilators and another set were found to have broadly duplicated answers in the exam corridor.

Source: Campus Portal