West African Examina-tion Council (WAEC) releases november/december gce 2009
The West African Examina-tion Council (WAEC) has released its November/December 2009 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Exami-nation (WASSCE/GCE) results.According to WAEC of 57,792 candidates, representing 16.87 per cent, were withheld for their involvement in examination malpractice.
Out of the 342,443 candidates that sat for the examination, he said 316,075 candidates, representing 92.30 per cent, had their results fully processed, while 26,368, representing 7.70 per cent, had few of their subjects still being processed, as various errors and omissions are being sorted out by the council.
Also, Of the 265,335 candidates, representing 77.48 per cent, had two credits and above; 230,335 (67.2 per cent) had three credits and above; and 192,806 (56.30 per cent) got four credits and above. Also, 151, 919 candidates (44.36 per cent) obtained five credits and above, while 108,574 (31.70 per cent) obtained six credits and above.
The WAEC/GCE November/December Results are now available on the WAEC website: www.waecdirect.org within 24 hours.
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