It was so sceptical that the WASSCE 2021 would have been a success since covid19 intercepted with lots of academic lessons and activities. Students were as it were not readily prepared to face this battle since adequate preparations were not made prior to the examination. However, it was finally time for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) to conducted the annual examination to test the students. This was supposed to last for a month and two weeks including practical successions for students who study science, visual arts and vocational or technical.
The examination began successfully, however, there were a few set backs pertaining to allegations of some leaked papers which was not necessarily true. And so some papers had to be cancelled and dates rescheduled for students to write those papers at a later date.
Finally, students have successfully finished with all of their papers and are waiting steadily for their results. Some are very anxious and so are not able to celebrate yet until their results comes out. Earlier yesterday, it was made known that marking of the scripts have began and this will last for about 45 days. This means a month and over. The marking will be done in phases and due scrutiny will be made to ensure that correct marks and scores are allocated to students. Estimated dates of the release of the provisional result is 22nd November. However, delays may be made due to several other factors.
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