“No more scratch card” – You can now check your WAEC Result without buying a Scratch Card

The waec examination which came to an end a month ago has left many candidates anxious on waiting to check their result.

While most people only know the traditional method of checking result is through scratch card only, only few candidates knew there was an alternative method of checking result without scratch card.

Few years ago,WAEC introduces a new type of Id card for the exam, most students thinks its just valid during the exam but its purpose is not only that, the waec plastic id card can be used to check result after it has been released.

How to check your waWAECec result using your id card.

Go to the waec official site

click on check result

on the display page select your exam year.

On the front of your id card you will see two set of numbers “serial number” and “pin”

input them on the space provided and click on check result.

Note: this option is only available for candidates of the year 2016 till date.

Wish you all good luck

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Police arrest 12 WASSCE invigilators, supervisors for exam malpractices

The suspects allegedly abused their positions to aid examination malpractices.

The suspects were arrested in Kano, Rivers, Nasarawa, and Bauchi [NPF]
The suspects were arrested in Kano, Rivers, Nasarawa, and Bauchi [NPF]

The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) announced on Friday, September 25, 2020 that a total of 12 people were arrested for various malpractices in the recently-concluded West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The early days of the examination, conducted between August and September, were marred by leaks of exam questions on social media.

Force spokesperson, Frank Mba, said on Friday the arrest of the 12 was made possible by a renewed partnership with the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), organisers of the exam.

He said the suspects are invigilators, supervisors and school administrators who abused their positions to aid examination malpractices.

“Investigations by Police operatives revealed that the suspects used their privileged positions as invigilators, supervisors and school functionaries during the 2020 WASSCE to conspire, perpetrate and encourage varying degrees of examination malpractices, including online transmission of examination questions and answers on various social media platforms,” Mba said.

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, appealed to all relevant stakeholders to discourage exam malpractices [Presidency]

The suspects arrested are Daye WestShalom EssienAnyanwu PreciousHanson BelovedAli Musa, Umar MohammedIsa Abdullahi ArikyaHamisu Haussaini AbdullahiMaharazu SaboYusuf MailafiyaSule Bukata Garba, and Wudana Solomon.

They were arrested in Kano, Rivers, Nasarawa and Bauchi, according to Mba.

The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, assured WAEC of continuous support to discourage examination malpractices and bring perpetrators to book.

He also called on students, parents, guardians and all stakeholders to cooperate to put an end to examination malpractices.

2020 WASSCE: WAEC reveals when results will be released

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has said it will release the results of the just concluded West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) within 45 days after the exam has ended.

The examination ended on Saturday nationwide and in other four West African member countries of WAEC – Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Gambia.

A total of 1,459,463 students sat for the exams in Nigeria.

The head of public affairs of WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu, on Sunday told newsmen that the results will be available soon.

“Certainly, we will still work towards achieving this 45 days time lag target,” Ojijeogu said.

He described the conduct of the exams as a huge success, saying it was hitch-free nationwide.