The West African Examinations Council on Friday released the result of 91, 225 private candidates that sat for the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in Nigeria.
The Head of the Nigeria National Office of WAEC, Mr. Olu Adenipekun, in an announcement said that an aggregate of 97,080 candidates enlisted for the assessment in Nigeria, out of which 94,884 candidates sat for the examination.
Adenipekun said out of the 94,884 candidates that sat for the assessment, 91,225 applicants, up to 96.14 percent have their outcomes completely prepared and discharged while 3,659 candidates up to 3.86 percent have a couple of their subjects as yet being handled.
The Head of the Nigeria National Office of WAEC additionally unveiled that of the all out number of candidates that sat for the assessment in Nigeria, 47,237 were male while 47,647 were female, up to 49.78 percent and 50.22 percent individually.
“A sum of 9,457 competitors speaking to 9.74 percent were accounted for to have been associated with assessment acts of neglect and their cases would be introduced to the suitable Committee of Council for fitting activity. The Council’s choice will be imparted to the influenced up-and-comers inside the most brief conceivable time. The Council in Nigeria had culminated its Electronic Certificate Management System, an online entrance being sent to empower private contender to demand their declarations on the web.