WAEC releases Provisional Results of the Second Series of 2022 NOV/DEC – CHECK HERE

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Ferdinand | EducationGhana | February 25 | WAEC releases Provisional Results of the Second Series of 2022 NOV/DEC – CHECK HERE

 

The West African Examinations Council wishes to inform its numerous public that it has released provisional results of 43,742 candidates who entered the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates, 2022 – Second Series.

The entry figure comprises 20,164 males and 23,578 females. Seventy-six (76) of the candidates had visual impairment while two (2) had a hearing impairment.

The results of 901 candidates alleged to have been involved in various cases of examination malpractice have been withheld pending the conclusion of investigations into the cases of malpractice. These malpractices include bringing foreign materials and mobile phones into the examination hall, impersonation, collusion, and seeking external assistance among others.

The withheld results of candidates will be released or cancelled based on the outcome of investigations. The results are available online at www.waecgh.org.

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PERFORMANCE OF CANDIDATES IN THE CORE SUBJECTS

The performance of candidates with respect to the four Core Subjects is as follows:

SUBJECT ENTRY FIGURE TOTAL SAT NUMBER AND PERCENTAGE OF CANDIDATES OBTAINING
GRADES   A1-C6 GRADE D7 GRADE E8 GRADE F9
SOCIAL STUDIES 21,741 20,441 17,042

(83.37%)

873

(4.27%)

655

(3.20%)

1,619

(7.92%)

ENGLISH LANGUAGE 30,307 29,155 15,183

(52.08%)

4,150

(14.23%)

4,126

(14.15%)

3,946

(13.53%)

MATHEMATICS (CORE) 33,334 31,714 13,036

(41.10%)

3,618

(11.14%)

3,882

(12.24%)

10,554

(33.28%)

INTEGRATED SCIENCE 26,511 23,537 11,590

(49.24%)

3,619

(15.38%)

3,667

(15.58%)

4,100

(17.42%)

 

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CAUTION

The Council is cautioning members of the public to be on the alert for scammers who contact candidates with the promise of upgrading their results for a fee payable through mobile money transfers.

Candidates are to note that WAEC’s results database is well-secured and all results can be authenticated. Institutions and organisations are therefore advised to confirm or verify results presented to them directly from WAEC or access the confirmation/verification service online at the WAEC website.

 

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CONCLUSION

The Council wishes to express its appreciation to all stakeholders for their support in the successful conduct of the examination, marking of scripts and release of results.

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