WAEC/SSCE (May/June) 2012 results out. 38.81 per cent had 5 credits
The 2012 West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) results is out.The May/June 2012 WAEC 2012 results were released on Friday. Iyi Uwadiae, the Head of the Nigeria National Office of WAEC while briefing newsmen at the council’s office in Yaba, revealed that 38.81 per cent of the candidates who sat for WAEC 2012 obtained credits in five subjects and above, with mathematics and English included. Which is 649,156 candidates out of 1,672,224 candidates that sat for the examination. Uwadiae stated that the results showed an eight per cent improvement when compared with that of 2011 May/June results, which had a pass level of 30.91 per cent.
Uwadiae added that 1,695,8788 candidates registered for the examination out of which 1,672,224 candidates, consisting of 923,974 male and 748,250 female candidates, sat for the examination.
“Out of the total number of candidates, 1,545,004 candidates, representing 90.10 per cent, have their results fully released while 1,545,004 candidates, representing 8.90 per cent, have their results fully released while 150,874 candidates, representing 8.90 per cent, have a few of their subjects still being processed,” Uwadiae said
The full results will be available on the WAEC website from Saturday, he said.
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