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WAEC Results of 95, 373 Students Still Being Processed

Report has it that the  WAEC results of  95,373 candidates are still being processed. The body (WAEC) also added that students can check their result on the website in 24 hours.
WAEC Results of 95, 373 Students Still Being Processed
Speaking at a press conference, the head of WAEC National Office, Charles Eguridu, said the result were still pending due to some errors mainly by candidates and schools in the course of registration or writing the examination.Mr.Eguridu said the errors were being corrected by the Council to enable the affected candidates get their results.

He added that a total number of 109 blind candidates registered and sat for the examination.
He said 20 of the 109 blind candidates obtained credit in five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.

Mr.Eguridu said while 1,605,248 registered for the exams, 1,593,442 candidates, consisting of 864,096 males and 729,346 females, sat for the examination.
He added that due to the high incidence of lost or missing certificates, the Council has introduced “Attestation of Results” which can be obtained on request, to serve as replacement since the board doed not offer certificates twice.

Mr.Eguridu added that investigations were being carried out on candidates whose result were withheld in connection with examination malpractice and reports of the investigations would be presented to the Nigerian Examinations Committee of the Council in due course for consideration.
He added that the Committee’s decisions would be communicated to the affected candidates through their schools.

Mr. Eguridu said some states owing the council paid their debts fully or partially, while a few others made promises to pay as soon as they are able.
Others, he said, have not made any efforts to address the matter.

He added that after reviewing the situation, the Council decided that the results of government-sponsored candidates of indebted states would be released if such states produce bank guarantees.
Mr. Eguridu explained that the decision was made in consideration of the prevailing economic challenges in the country, and in order not to jeopardize the educational careers of the candidates of the indebted states.

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