This is to inform all the Secondary School Candidates that participated in the just concluded West African Examinations Council (WAEC) May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) that they can now check their results online.
According to the statistics released by WAEC, 76.36% obtained a minimum of credits in five (5) subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics (See: WAEC May/June Result Statistics). Certificates of candidates whose results have been fully processed and released will be ready within the next 90 days.
How to Check WAEC Result Online
You don’t need to purchase any scratch card/pin to access your result. Candidates are to check the Smart Identity Card used during the conduct of the examination for their Result Checker PIN and Serial Number.
- Go to WAEC 2022 result checking portal at https://www.waecdirect.org.
- Enter your WAEC Examination Number in the required column.
- Select your Examination Year i.e. 2022.
- Select your Examination Type i.e. SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULT.
- Enter the Card Serial Number.
- Enter the Card PIN.
- Finally, click “Submit” button to get your 2022 WAEC Result.
How to Check WAEC Result Via SMS
Send SMS in the format below:
To short-code 32327 (MTN, Airtel & Glo subscribers)
For example -: WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2022
- Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message.
- Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only)
Mr Patrick Areghan, Head of Nigeria Office, WAEC, said on Monday at the WAEC office in Yaba, “The results are being uploaded on the results website.” Candidates who took the exam and met their financial obligations to the Council will be able to access their results on the Council’s results website within the next twelve hours.
“Copies of the Result Listing will be distributed to schools in the near future.” I don’t need to say it again: the results of candidates sponsored by debt-ridden governments will not be revealed until they pay up. We urge them to do so so that affected schools/candidates can obtain their results.”
He further stated that some schools failed to upload their students’ Continuous Assessment Score Capturing System data on time, while many others failed to meet registration deadlines, resulting in some schools not presenting their students for the examination.
“However, several parents who registered their students offline failed to upload their entries!” This demonstrated an intolerable level of nonchalance. Others, once again, missed deadlines owing to criminal ‘shopping’ for candidates. “By the time they realised what was going on, the opportunity had closed,” he explained.
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