The result showed that there were improvements in the performance of candidates who scored A1 to C6, a statement from WAEC noted.
However, there was a decline in the performance of candidates in English language and Mathematics at grade A1 to C6 compared to 2020.
The statement also noted that 1,339 subject results and 174 entire results were cancelled for multiple examination malpractices.
Also, the entire results of 3,667 candidates have been withheld pending the conclusion of investigations into various examination malpractice.
In addition, WAEC said the scripts of candidates from 194 schools on certain subjects have been withheld.
A total of 446, 352 candidates sat for the examination, representing 18% higher than the 2020 figure of 375, 763.
WAEC said the Council has hosted the results on its website and candidates who want to check their results can access the council’s website or use the shortcode *944#.
Below is the press statement from WAEC
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