WAEC 2022 UPDATE:This is to inform all WAEC candidates for May/June 2022 that WAEC result has been released on her portal for online checking. From the latest update, here are some of the information about aver all performance of May/June 2022 WAEC Result released by the WAEC Board.
General Performance (Overview) for 2022 WAEC results
Here we will let you know how many students/candidate that passes the 2022 WASSCE Examination, how many students that Fails the 2022 WASSCE Examination and how many 2022 WASSCE results, withholds
The West African Examinations Council has released the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examination results for school and withheld the results of 365,564 candidates in connection with various reported cases of examination malpractice.
Speaking on Monday at the WAEC office, Yaba, Head of Nigeria National Office, Mr Patrick Areghan, while announcing the release of the results, said students’ preparations for the examinations were poor, adding that candidates were no longer ready to learn.
He explained that the 365,564 candidates represented 22.83% of the total number of candidates that sat the examination, saying the number was 11.74% higher than the 10.9% recorded in the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2021.
Areghan said, ‘‘Reasons for this are not far-fetched. Candidates are no longer ready to learn. Preparations for examinations are poor. There is over-reliance on the so-called ‘Expo’, which is actually non-existent. Candidates simply got frustrated when they got into the examination hall and discovered that all they had celebrated was fake. This has pitiably led to some of them failing the examination, which if they had relied on themselves and studied hard, would have passed like many others.’’
While giving the performance analysis, he revealed that 88.04% of the candidates who sat the 2022 WASSCE obtained credit and above in a minimum of any five subjects (i.e with or without English Language and/ or Mathematics and 76.36% obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
Areghan revealed that a total of 1,607,981 candidates registered for the examination from 20,222 recognised secondary schools in the country, adding that of the number that registered for the examination, 1,601,047 candidates sat the examination.
“The analysis of the statistics of the performance of candidates in the examination shows that out of the 1,601,047 candidates that sat the examination, 1,409,529 candidates, representing