WAEC DEPLOYS A NEW ELECTRONIC MEANS OF DETECTING EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE (COLLUSION CASES) IN OBJECTIVE TESTS

THE WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL PMB 1022, YABA, LAGOS-NIGERIA THE WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL DEPLOYS A NEW ELECTRONIC MEANS OF DETECTING EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE (COLLUSION CASES) IN OBJECTIVE TESTS
  1. INTRODUCTION
    1. Since it is not possible for WAEC inspectors to visit all schools/centres to inspect the conduct of all examination papers, due to the geographical spread of examination centres across the country, many malpractice cases such as collusion are perpetrated during examinations.

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REQUIREMENTS FOR CONFIRMATION OF RESULT FOR PRIVATE CANDIDATE EXAMINATIONS

PRIVATE CANDIDATES EXAMINATIONS DEPARTMENT (PCED) REQUIREMENTS FOR CONFIRMATION OF RESULT
  1. Letter of Attestation: To be written on a letter headed paper, stamped and signed by a Clergyman, Imam or a Court of Law
  2. Sworn Affidavit: A Court of Law
  3. A photocopy of Certificate: 1998 downward Result printout from WAEC website/Certificate 1999 to date  
  4. A non-refundable fee of N10,000.00 (Overseas) excluding Postage
  5. A non-refundable fee of N5,000.00 (local) excluding Postage
  6. Approved Courier Services: Prices depends on destination or
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