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WAEC Gives Date For The Release Of 2021 WASSCE Results

The Management of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), has released an official statement concerning the latest status of the 2021 WASSCE.

In a press release signed by Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe , the Head of Public Affairs for the Head of National Office on Friday 19th November 2021 it states that; The West African Examinations Council wishes to update its numerous publics on the West African Senior School Certificate Examination for School Candidates, 2021.

According to the non Profitable Examination Council, WAEC, Co-ordination and Marking exercises for the 2021 WASSCE have been completed and processing of results as well as other post-examination activities are ongoing. 

According to the council, the WASSCE 2021 results will be released on Saturday, 27th November, 2021 at exactly 16:00 hours.

The council took the opportunity to caution candidates to be wary of websites announcing the release of the results and of persons who promise to upgrade results for a fee. WAEC clarified that upgrade of results for a few are activities of fraudsters and therefore all stakeholders are hereby alerted accordingly.

" Furthermore, the council urges all institutions to always authenticate results presented to them". The West African Examination Council concluded.

On November 17th 2021, a fake document circulated about the release of the the WASSCE Results. However, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) described it as fake a purported statement circulating on social media indicating 2021 WASSCE for School results of candidates who sat for the just-ended examination have been released.

The 2021 edition of the WASSCE commenced on Monday, August 16, 2021, with the administration of the Visual Art project work and ended smoothly on Friday, October 8, 2021, despite cases of questions leakages and malpractice.

According to statistics from WAEC, a total of 446,321 representing 221,437 males and 234,884 females from 965 schools (651 public schools and 314 private schools) sat for the international examination which was administered at 763 examination centres nationwide.

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