315 Results Canceled; WAEC Releases 2023 BECE Results

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has issued preliminary results for both school and private applicants who took the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) this year.

WAEC stated that school applicants' results will be submitted to their respective schools via Metropolitan/Municipal/District Directors of Education.

Private candidates, on the other hand, can view their results on the Council's official website, www.waecgh.org.

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) further stated that the Subject Results of 312 school applicants and 3 private candidates had been cancelled.

According to WAEC, the results were invalidated because the affected candidates brought foreign materials into the examination hall, such as prepared notes, text books, and printed materials, or collaborated with other candidates.

WAEC stated in a statement dated November 9, 2023 and signed by the Head of Public Affairs, Mr. John Kapi, "the completion of investigations into several cases of irregularity detected during the conduct of the examination and marking of scripts."

The school examination attracted 600,900 candidates, 300,404 boys and 300,496 girls from 18,993 participating schools.

There are 53 candidates with visual impairment, 366 with hearing impairment, and 54 with other special educational requirements included in this figure.
The exam was held in 2,137 locations around the country.

There were 3,366 candidates who did not show up. There were 1,839 candidates who took the BECE for Private Candidates. There were 942 men and 897 women in total.

The test was held in fifteen locations, the majority of which were regional capitals. 61 candidates were absent from the total number of candidates who took the exam.

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