Results are partially released due to queries arising from one or a combination of the following mistakes:

  • Wrong transfer of examination numbers in one or more papers;
  • Failure to shade examination numbers;
  • Shading objective sheets with biro pens instead of pencil;
  • Mistakes in entries leading to duplication of subjects.

No. Accreditation is carried out by the Federal Ministry of Education alone.

A Private candidate sends his/her request for an amendment to WAEC directly, while in the case of a school candidate it is the principal who makes the request. In the two instances, the original copy of the certificate should be sent along with the application for amendment. WAEC charges a fee for the amendment where it is discovered that the error emanated from the candidate, otherwise, it is free.

Candidates can collect their certificates from WAEC Zonal and Branch offices in charge of the state where they sat for the examination.

Yes.

WAEC discourages direct communication with school candidates. School candidates are expected to send their complaints to WAEC through their school principals, while private candidates contact WAEC directly.

To cater for the needs of candidates and propective candidates alike, WAEC has created the following channels for candidate interaction;

  1. WAEC Konnect is a mini social media platform for recent WAEC candidates. Log on to https://waeckonnect.com
  2. For up-to-date practise questions visit our elearning platform here; http://e-learning.waecnigeria.com