WAEC GCE performance statistics have been announced. 33,304 candidates, or 35.10%, obtained credits in five (5) subjects and beyond, including English and mathematics.
The West African Exam Council (WAEC) has published the results of 91,225 private candidates who participated in the 2019 West African High School Certification Exam (WASSCE) in Nigeria.
The head of the office of the national council, Olu Adenipekun, said this at a press conference to announce the results of the candidates who participated in WASSCE 2019 (private).
According to Adenipekun, of the 94,884 candidates who took the exam, 91,225 candidates, representing 96.14%, have their results fully processed and published, while 3,659 candidates representing 3.86% still have some of their subjects being processed.
By providing a breakdown of candidate performance statistics, 49,679 candidates, or 52.36% of the credits obtained and more in at least five subjects with or without English and / or mathematical language.
He said that of the total number of candidates who passed the exam, 33,304 others, representing 35.10% of the credits obtained and beyond in at least five subjects, including English and mathematics, of which 16, 431.
According to him, of this number, 16,431 were men and 16,873 were women, representing 49, 34 percent and 50.66 percent respectively.
He indicated that 9,457 candidates, or 9.74%, would have been involved in unfair examination practices and that their case would have been submitted to the appropriate committee of the Council for further action. The Council decision will be communicated to the candidates who were involved in 2020 Waec runs as soon as possible.