Africa Education Watch reveals 2020 WASSCE questions were leaked to students

BEST 2021 PRIVATE CANDIDATE RESULT CON for BECE FRAUD 20 exam WAEC education private

Investigations by Education Think Tank, Africa Education Watch have revealed that question papers for the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) were leaked to candidates.

According to Executive Director of Africa Education Watch, Kofi Asare, these question papers were sent from West African Examinations Council’s (WAEC) IT department to other online platforms which were subsequently forwarded to his outfit by a member on the platform.

Check This Out: Relevant Tips on NTC Teacher Licensing and distribution of Licenses to Teachers


He stated that a day after his outfit hinted WAEC that the papers were leaked directly from their headquarters, WAEC indicated that it had commenced investigations into the matter. However WAEC has failed to brief Africa Education Watch on the outcome of the investigations.

“WAEC confirmed the day after we blew the cover that indeed it had leaked from their headquarters and that they had instituted an internal inquiry. 10 months after the leakage, no one has informed us about the outcome of such an inquiry and whether it happened at all.


“But it leaked from the WAEC’s own IT department and it leaked unto a platform which was eventually forwarded to our assessment team by a member of that particular platform,” he added.

Speaking to JoyNews‘ Evans Mensah on NewsNite, Wednesday, Mr Asare alleged that the leaked information contained the names, email addresses, telephone numbers of examiners.

“But WAEC immediately after the leakage held a press conference, met the media and assured them that particular list was a provisional list and that they had about 20,000 markers or examiners and so the 1,520 could not have… only to turn around and use the same 1,520 examiners to mark the papers.

“If you go to the UK’s regulator, which is the office of qualification assessment. Their standards include among others a non-disclosure of the contact details of external examiners and markers so that particular action by WAEC fell short of WAEC’s own standard,” he added.

The Executive Director at Africa Education Watch noted that during a discussion concerning the report conducted by his outfit, the Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Adutwum stated that the government is committed to reform the assessment sector and make it more credible, hence prevent such from occurring in the future.

Check This Out: It is comparatively advantageous acquiring a Teaching Certificate from College than University – Ellis Ferdinand


Get the Ghana Education Service New Standard–Based Scheme of Learning (SOL)HERE

Get the Ghana Education Service New Standard–Based Curriculum HERE

Get the  WAEC Marking SchemesHERE

Get the NaCCA/GES Standard-Based Lesson PlansHERE

Get the WAEC BECE, WASSCE, NTC Licensure Exam, and Teachers’ Promotion Exam Past Questions HERE

Download Teachers Guide on SBC and CCP Curriculums HERE

♥Copyright Notice: Content on This Website is Copyright Protected. No Part of this Content should be Reproduced without the Consent of the Author(s) or Recognition to the source of the Content.© 2020 Ellis Multimedia: All Rights Reserved.♥

What's your take on this Latest Development?