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WAEC 2021 late November/December registration closes today.

The West African Examinations Council announced on Friday that the late November/December registration period for pupils who were unable to register for the WASSCE for Private Candidates during the regular registration period on June 22, 2021, has expired.

The late WASSCE for Private Candidates registration period, which began on August 10, 2021, will expire on Friday, September 3, 2021, according to a blog post seen by

It noted, “The late registration is to allow applicants who wish to sit for the tests but were unable to do so before the normal registration deadline the option to do so before the start of the examination later this year.”

The WASSCE for Private, also known as Nov/Dec, will begin on Monday, November 1, 2021, and end on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, according to the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).

How to Register for the WASSCE for Private Candidates in 2021.

To begin registration, Nov/Dec applications or candidates must capture their fingerprints at specified internet cafés, according to the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).

  1. Go to the WAEC Nov/Dec registration page.
  2. Enter the required security information, such as a password and a security question.
  3. Fill in the blanks with your personal information.
  4. Insert your image.
  5. Add your signature.
  6. Fill in the blanks with your personal information.
  7. Choose the region and testing center where you want to take the exam.
  8. Decide on the subject (s) on which you’ll write.
  9. Print your voucher and submit it to any of the participating banks.
  10. Pay the relevant fees at the bank or online using a Visa card.
  11. Beginning in mid-October 2021, you will be able to retrieve your Index number and admittance notice using your Invoice Number.

Applicants have been advised to read the complete registration handbook carefully and adhere to the requirements. Candidates are also urged not to make payments to anyone other than the authorized banks, according to WAEC.


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