WAEC Nigeria – Online Portal Login, Registration and Examination, Result Checker & Verify Results, International Timetable, Syllabus, Past Questions and Answers, Free Downloads, FAQs

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3 WAEC WASSCE Registration & Examination (Starting & Closing Dates) and Result Release Dates for 2021/2022 & 2022/2023
3.1 WAEC Registration (Online and Offline) for School (WASSCE) Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates GCE First Series & Second Series (November/December): Registration Form fees & Dates – Starting & Closing Dates, Examination & Result Release Dates from 2019 to 2023 (2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023)
3.1.2 WAEC for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023
4 WAEC Online Portal Registration 2022/2023 for School and Private Candidates
4.1 How to register for WAEC (WASSCE) for School (Internal) Candidates 2022/2023 and 2023/2024

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West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Registers and Conducts WASSCE Examination for School and Private Candidates

The West African Examination Council ( WAEC)’s School Examination is WASSCE for School Candidates usually taken in May/June while the Private Candidates Examination is WASSCE for Private Candidates usually taken in January/February (First Series) and November/December (Second Series) every year devoid of any form of disruptions. WASSCE means West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination and the present WAEC’S WASSCEs are conducted simultaneously in five West African countries – Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia and Sierra Leone.

WAEC e-Registration and Assessment Online Website (Portal) Services

WAEC online portal services are offered in four different official websites, all working together to achieve the objectives of the examination body. The online service portals are waecdirect.org, waecnigeria.org, waeconline.org.ng and waec.org.

So, before a school-candidates’ user or a private candidate can assess WAEC Portal for login, he/she must have an account with the WAEC online. School-candidates users and private candidates who have already created an account, just need to enter the account details (User Name & Password) with which the account was created and then assess WAEC Portal for login.

New and existing candidates are expected to register/create an account and log in to assess the WAEC portal (website) online services.

WAEC Portal Login

WAEC Portal Login is the webpage on the WAEC website that avails school-candidates’ (popularly referred to as WAEC May/June candidates) user the opportunity to login to WAEC Portal and do examination registration for school candidates. Prospective private candidates can register and create an account for portal login to do examination registration (apart from school candidates), check examination dates, download international timetables, syllabus for each subject, and past questions and answers online for free, check results online, verify result/certificate, assess frequently asked questions (FAQs), and contact WAEC.

for 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 examinations and even for 2023, 2024 exams (possibly) and beyond.

How to Create an Account for WAEC Portal Login

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WAEC Portal Login for Account Creation and Online Services

5 Steps on How to Create an Account for WAEC Portal Login

Method 1 – Via waeconline.org.ng: Here are 5 steps a user who wishes to login to WAEC Portal and register for WAEC Examination should follow:

1. Visit WAEC Online Website, waeconline.org.ng. Click here to open

2. Click on WASSCE (For School Candidates) to open the WAEC Portal Login page. Click here to open

 which is also the registration page for users who are yet to create an account

3. Enter your User name and Password

4. Click on Login to assess WAEC Portal

5. Click on ‘Create an account’ to create an account for new users. Click on ‘here’ to reset your password if you have forgotten your password.

Method 2 – Via waecnigeria.org (For Nigerians only): 6 Steps on How to Create an Account for WAEC Portal Login

1. Visit WAEC Nigeria Online Website, waecnigeria.org. Click here to open the

2. Highlight ‘Exam Registration’ and select WASSCE for School Candidates from the dropdown arrow

3. Click on WASSCE for School Candidates to open the WAEC Portal Login page. Click here to open

4. Enter your User name and Password

5. Click on Login to assess WAEC Portal

6. Click on ‘Create an account’ to create an account for new users. Click on ‘here’ to reset your password if you have forgotten your password.

WAEC WASSCE Registration & Examination (Starting & Closing Dates) and Result Release Dates for 2021/2022 & 2022/2023

WAEC Registration (Online and Offline) for School (WASSCE) Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates GCE First Series & Second Series (November/December): Registration Form fees & Dates – Starting & Closing Dates, Examination & Result Release Dates from 2019 to 2023 (2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023)

When is WAEC Registration and Examination for 2022/2023 Starting & Closing? When is the Result Release Date?

Many WAEC students and prospective school and private examination candidates for 2022 and 2023 might be asking: ‘’When will WAEC Registration & Examination for school 2022/2023 start & close & Result Release Date’’? Others may be asking: ‘’When is the WAEC registration and examination starting and closing dates for private examination (first series and second series)’’? The rest may be asking, ‘’Is WAEC Results for 2021 or 2022 out?

We shall in this blog post provide you a timeline for registrations – starting and closing dates, examination dates (usually provided with the release of the examination timetable), and the result release date for 2020, 2021, 2022 & 2023 WAEC school candidates (WAEC May/June) and private candidates GCE First Series & Second Series (November/December) examination

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WAEC WASSCE for School (Internal) Candidates (May/June) – Registration Form fees & Dates – Started/Starting & Closed/Closing Dates, Examination & Result Release Dates for 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023

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WAEC School Candidates’ Registration Login Page.
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WAEC WASSCE registration (offline and online) form fees, examination, and result release dates for school candidates for 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023.

You shall find below the following pertaining to WAEC WASSCE registration (offline and online) form fees, examination, and result release dates for school candidates for 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023.

WAEC’s WASSCE for School Candidates – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2019/2020

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Registration Started on February 12, 2020, but was later rescheduled to March 2 but eventually started on March 30 and closed on June 12, 2020

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2019/2020 May/June WAEC (WASSCE) for school (internal) candidates examination started on August 17, 2020, and ended on September 12, 2020

Results Release Dates

The WAEC’s WASSCE for school (internal) candidates’ May/June 2019/2020 examination results were released on November 2, 2020

Registration Form

Offline and Online Registration

Examination Fee

N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC’s WASSCE for School Candidates – Registration Form, Examination fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2020/2021

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Offline Registration started on February 15, 2021, and online registration started on March 16. Offline registration closed on April 25, 2021, and online registration ended on April 30.

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2020/2021 academic session May/June WAEC (WASSCE) for school (internal) candidates examination started on August 16, 2021, and ended on October 8, 2021

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for school candidates’ May/June 2020/2021 examination results were released on November 22, 2021

Registration Form

Offline and Online Registration

Examination Fee

N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC’s WASSCE for School Candidates – Registration Form, Examination fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates, & Result Release Dates for 2021/2022

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Offline and online May/June registrations for the 2021/2022 academic examination started on December 6 2021 and ended on March 18, 2022. It was earlier scheduled to close on 11 February but later extended to 25 February and finally closed on March 18.

Late registration started on March 21 and ended on April 3, 2022

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2021/2022 academic session May/June WAEC (WASSCE) for school (internal) candidates’ examination started on May 16, 2022 and ended on June 24, 2022.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC’s WASSCE for school candidates’ May/June 2021/2022 examination results were released on August 9, 2022

Registration Form

Offline and Online Registration

Examination Fee

N18000.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC’s for School Candidates – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2022/2023

Registration (Starting & Closing) Dates

Offline and online registration (starting and closing) dates for WAEC’s WASSCE for School (internal) candidates in May/June 2022/2023 are yet to be announced by WAEC.

Examination (Starting & Closing) Dates

The starting and closing dates for the 2022/2023 academic session May/June WAEC (WASSCE) for school candidates’ examinations are not yet available on WAEC Portal.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for school candidates’ May/June 2020/2021 examination results dates won’t be available until the examinations are sat for. The examination results are not available as at the time of this report.

Registration Form

Offline and Online Registration

Examination Fee

Likely N18000.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023

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WAEC Online Private Candidates’ Registration Form
WAEC for Private Candidates First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2019/2020

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Online registration for Private Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) for 2019/2020 started on October 15, 2019, and closed on December 31, 2019.

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2019/2020 Examination for Private Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) started on January 11, 2020 and ended on February 4, 2020.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series January/February 2019/2020 examination results were released on March 3, 2020.

Registration Form

Online Registration

Examination Fee

N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2020/2021

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Online registration for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) for 2020/2021 started on December 21, 2020 and closed on January 29, 2020.

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2020/2021 Examination for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) started on February 15, 2021, and ended on March 2, 2020.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE First Series January/February 2020/2021 examination results were released on April 6, 2021.

Registration Form

Online Registration

Examination Fee

N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2021/2022

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Online registration for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) for 2021/2022 started on December 20, 2021, and closed on January 21, 2022.

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2021/2022 Examination for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) started on January 31, 2022, and ended on February 19, 2022.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series January/February 2021/2022 examination results were released on March 21, 2022

Registration Form

Online Registration

Examination Fee

N18000.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2022/2023

Registration (Starting & Closing) Dates

Online registration (starting and closing) dates for WAEC (WASSCE) Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series January/February 2022/2023 are yet to be announced by WAEC

Examination (Starting & Closing) Dates

The starting and closing dates for 2022/2023 WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates for GCE First Series Examination are not yet available on WAEC Portal.

Results Release Dates

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE First Series January/February 2022/2023 examination results dates won’t be available until the examinations are sat for.

WAEC for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2020

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Online registration for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) for 2020 started on June 10, 2020 and closed on November 13, 2020. It was earlier scheduled to end on July 31 but was postponed to August 28 and later extended to October 23, then November 6, and finally ended on November 13

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2020 Examination for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) started on November 30, 2020 (earlier scheduled to begin on November 18 but later postponed to November 30) and ended on December 22, 2020.

Results Release Date

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private (External) Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2020 examination results were released on February 16, 2021.

Registration Form

Online Registration was the mode of registration for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private (External) Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2020

Examination Fee

The examination fee for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2020 was N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2021

Registration (Started & Closed) Dates

Online registration for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) for 2020/2021 started on August 23, 2021, and closed on October 17, 2021 (earlier scheduled to close on September 30 but later postponed to October 17).

Examination (Started & Closed) Dates

The 2021 Examination for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) started on November 12 2021 and ended on December 22, 2021

Results Release Date

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2021 examination results were released on February 14, 2022.

Registration Form

Online Registration was the mode of registration for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2021.

Examination Fee

The examination fee for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2021 was N13,950.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2022

Registration (Starting & Closing) Dates

Online registration for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) for 2022 started on July 27 and is closing on September 18 (earlier scheduled to close on August 15 but later postponed to August 31 and then to September 2 and finally now to September 18)

Examination (Starting & Closing) Dates

The 2022 Examination for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) starts October 31, 2022, and ends December 20, 2022.

Results Release Date

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2022 examination results are yet to be available since the examinations aren’t sat for.

Registration Form

Online Registration was the mode of registration for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2022

Examination Fee

The examination fee for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2022 will likely be N18000.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

WAEC for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) – Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates – Started & Closed Dates & Result Release Dates for 2023

Registration (Starting & Closing) Dates

No date has been announced for online registration for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) for 2023.

Examination (Starting & Closing) Dates

No date has been announced yet for the 2023 Examination for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December).

Results Release Date

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2023 examination results is yet to be available since the examinations aren’t sat for.

Registration Form

The WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2023 registration is online

Examination Fee

The examination fee for the WAEC (WASSCE) for Private Candidates GCE Second Series (November/December) 2023 will likely be N18,000.00 per candidate payable to WAEC

Summarized Table of 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022, and 2022/2023 WAEC (WASSCE) for School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates, and Results Release Dates.

How much is does WAEC Registration Cost? What is WAEC Examination Registration Fee?

Examination candidates paid a fee of N13,950 to the bank or any other WAEC-accredited credit platform to obtain an e-Registration PIN and an information CD with which to proceed with the online registration for the WAEC examination in what can be termed the Registration Form & Fees.

In a nutshell, WAEC Registration Form for 2019, 2020 and 2021 cost N13,950 per candidate.

However, since the onset of 2022, prospective WAEC examination candidates are now required to pay a fee of N18,000 instead of N13,950 to obtain the e-Registration PIN and an information CD and further complete the registration online in what can be termed the Registration Form & Fees be it for school candidates’ examination (May/June) or private candidates examination first series (January/February) and second series (November/December).

So, the 2022 WAEC Registration Form costs N18,000. Previously that the 2023 WAEC Registration Form is expected to remain unchanged at N18,000 per candidate.

2019/2020 WAEC (WASSCE) for School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates, and Results Release Dates.
WAEC Examination 2019/2020WASSCE School Candidates May/JunePrivate Candidates GCE – First (1st) Series (January/February)Private Candidates GCE – Second (2nd) Series (November/December)
Date Registration StartedMarch 30October 15, 2019June 10, 2020
Date Registration ClosedJune 12December 31, 2019November 13
Date Examination StartedAugust 17January 11, 2020November 30, 2020.
Date Examination ClosedSeptember 12February 4. 2020December 22, 2020
Result Release DateNovember 2March 3, 2020February 16, 2021
Registration FormOffline/Online registrationOnline registrationOnline registration
Examination FeeN13,950.00 payable to WAECN13,950.00 payable to WAECN13,950.00 payable to WAEC

Note: The N13,950.00 paid to WAEC to generate e-Registration PIN & information CD with a commission of N500 to bank or any other accredited agent. Online registration should then be completed on WAEC Portal using the PIN.

2020/2021 WAEC (WASSCE) for School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates and Results Release Dates.
WAEC Examination for 2020/2021WASSCE School Candidates May/JunePrivate Candidates GCE – First Series (1st) (January/February)Private Candidates GCE – Second (2nd)  Series (November/December)
Date Registration StartedFebruary 15, 2021 (Offline), March 16 (Online)December 21, 2020August 23
Date Registration ClosedApril 25, 2021 (Offline), April 30 (Online)January 29, 2021October 17
Date Examination StartedAugust 16February 15November 12
Date Examination ClosedOctober 8March 2December 22
Result Release DateNovember 22April 6February 14, 2021
Registration FormOffline/Online registrationOnline registrationOnline registration
Examination FeeN13,950.00 payable to WAECN13,950.00 payable to WAECN13,950.00 payable to WAEC
2021/2022 WAEC (WASSCE) for School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) Registration Form, Examination Fees & Dates, and Results Release Dates.
WAEC Examination 2021/2022WASSCE School Candidates May/JunePrivate Candidates GCE – First Series (1st) (January/February)Private Candidates GCE  – Second Series (November/December)
Date Registration StartedDecember 6 (Both offline and online). March 21 (Late registration)December 20, 2021July 27
Date Registration ClosedMarch 18 (Both offline and online). April 3 (Late registration)January 21, 2022September 18
Date Examination Started/StartingMay 16January 31October 31
Date Examination Closed/ClosingJune 24February 19December 20
Result Release DateAugust 9March 21Yet to be announced. Examinations not sat for yet.
Registration FormOffline/Online registrationOnline registrationOnline registration
Examination FeeN18,000.00 payable to WAECN18,000.00 payable to WAECN18,000.00 payable to WAEC

Note: N18,000.00 is paid to WAEC to generate the e-Registration PIN & information CD. Online registration is completed on WAEC Portal with the PIN.

2022/2023 WAEC (WASSCE) for School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) Registration Form, Fees & Dates and Examination & Results Release Dates.
WAEC Examination 2022/2023WASSCE School Candidates May/JunePrivate Candidates GCE – First Series (1st) (January/February)Private Candidates GCE  – Second Series (November/December)
Date Registration StartingStarting date is yet to be announced as of the time of this postStarting date is yet to be announced as of the time of this postStarting date is yet to be announced as of the time of this post
Date Registration ClosingThe closing date yet to be announced as of the time of this postThe closing date yet to be announced as of the time of this post The closing date yet to be announced as of the time of this post
Date Examination Starting              ‘’                ‘’                ‘’
Date Examination Closing              ‘’                ‘’                ‘’
Result Release DateNot available – Examination is not yet sat forNot available – Examination is not sat for yetNot available – Examination is not sat for yet
Registration FormOffline/Online registrationOnline registrationOnline registration
Examination FeeNot yet determined, (will likely be N18,000.00 since the change from N13,950 took effect in 2022)Not yet determined, (will likely be N18,000.00 since the change from N13,950 took effect in 2022)Not yet determined, (will likely be N18,000.00 since the change from N13,950 took effect in 2022)

Note the following while doing WAEC Registration:

  • Payment to WAEC to generate e-Registration PIN. Online registration is completed on WAEC Portal using the PIN
  • Private candidates must complete registration within 2 weeks of first access to the WAEC Registration Portal upon website login. They should ensure that their names, gender passport photographs, dates of birth, and subjects are correctly entered.
  • Usually, there are occasional shifts and postponements in registration and examination dates due to logistics reasons and bureaucratic changes.
  • WAEC had announced that it would release the result of any exam it conducted 30 days after the examination but the WASSCE School Candidates’ examination was released 45 days after ending on 8th October 2021 same as WAEC May/June 2022.

WAEC Online Portal Registration 2022/2023 for School and Private Candidates

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WAEC School Candidates’ Registration Login Page.

Currently, the 2022 WAEC Registration for school and private (first series) candidates has closed and the examinations have ended. Results have even been announced. Online registration for private candidates which is ongoing is expected to close on September 18. Now school and private (first series) candidates are gearing up for the WAEC registration 2023.

How to register for WAEC (WASSCE) for School (Internal) Candidates 2022/2023 and 2023/2024

WAEC online registration (e-registration) is meant for schools that have a personal computer PC with internet service for their schools’ WASSCE School Candidates registration. The candidates’ registration task outside National Identity Number (NIN) Registration is carried out by the school principal or examination officer or any other delegated authorized school user.

How to do Online Registration for WAEC WASSCE School Candidates May/June 2022/2023 and 2023/2024

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Here are the steps on how to register online for WAEC (WASSCE) for school candidates for 2023 and 2024:

National Identity Number (NIN) Registration

1. Proceed to the nearest designated centre to register for your National Identity Number. This is done by the WASSCE School Candidates. Click here to find the … WAEC has announced that NIN is compulsory for the registration of the 2023 and 20204 WAEC exams.

Registration Form Completion and Collection Examination Fee

3. Collect the approved registration/examination fees from all their prospective school candidates. The examination fee is N18,000 per candidate.

4. Hand in a registration form to each candidate to complete containing their personal details, contact information subjects, and other details which are submitted with passport photos.

Examination Registration Approval and Remittance Form Completion

5. Visit WAEC offices in your area of jurisdiction (that is, the WAEC Zonal/Branch Office in charge of your State) to complete a Remittance form, get approval from their States Ministry of Education for the number of school candidates they intend to register and also obtain the endorsement of WAEC Branch Controllers or Zonal Coordinators in their States to go on with the registration. Click here to find ….

Bank Pay for the Registration Forms and Issuance of Payment Voucher or Online Registration Scratch Card

6. Proceed to the bank to make a total payment for the WASSCE (SC) 2023 in multiple of N18,000 through NIBSS EILLSPAY, quoting your school’s Centre Number as a Unique ID at the Bank. The approved banks for payments are Access Bank Access Diamond, ECOBANK Fidelity Bank First Bank, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB), Heritage Bank, Jaiz Bank, Polaris Bank, Stanbic IBTC Bank Standard Chartered Bank, Sterling Bank, Union Bank, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Unity Bank WEMA Bank, Zenith Bank.

7. Submit the payment printout upon payment to the designated WAEC Finance Officer in the Zonal/Branch Office and collect a payment voucher, a scratch card with the Registration Personal Identity Number (PIN) for signing up to the e-Registration Website and proceeding with the online registration.

E-Registration on WAEC Portal

E-registration on WAEC Portal is carried out by the School Examination Officer or delegated authorized school-candidates’ user who would create an account, login to the WAEC Registration Portal, and register the candidates.

9. Connect your computer device to the internet. You could ensure that the internet service is not disrupted in the course of the registration.

Visit waeconline.org.ng/register/. Click here to access to sign up by creating an account.

10. Enter your Username and Password in the appropriate columns and click ‘Create an account’ to create an account.

11. Enter your Username and Password and click on ‘Login’ to login into the WAEC e-Registration Portal. Once a School Examination Officer’s PIN is properly identified and verified by the system, he/she could register as many candidates as the PIN allocated to the school will allow one after another.

12. Click on ‘’May/June Examination’’

13. Click on “Register” (Registration Menu) on the cascade menu

14. Select and Click on ‘’School Registration’’ OR

15. Visit registration.waecdirect.org. Click here to visit.

16. Click on ‘School’

17. Enter your Username and Password and click on login to the WAEC e-Registration Portal

18. Enter each Candidate’s personal details – Name (Surname and First Name), Date of Birth, Sex, Subjects, and SSS I & II CAS (Senior Secondary Schools I & II Continuous Assessment Scores on the online registration form displaying the ‘The Center Number’, the ‘School Name’, and the ‘Number of Entries’, the school user See below on steps on how to enter the SSS I & II CAS and Candidates Subjects.

19. Capture the photo of the candidates using the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam and the fingerprint using The Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) OR Scan the actual passport photograph of the candidate using a flatbed scanner or Take a passport photograph of the candidate with a digital camera and save the picture in JPEG format using candidate’s name. The passport photograph should not be more than 15Kb in size with contrasting backgrounds and must be clear. The candidate’s face must NOT be obstructed in any way by items like glasses, sunglasses, headgear, etc. Each candidate’s passport photograph and signature must also be captured. See the guidelines below on steps on how to capture, resize and validate a candidate’s passport photograph as well as steps on how you can capture a candidate’s fingerprint below

20. Double-click on the Biometric data-capturing software to launch

21. Capture each candidate’s passport photograph, fingerprints and signature

22. Attach the candidate’s passport photograph to the “passport photo box” See below the steps on how to attach a candidate’s passport photo

23. Click on the “Confirm Entries Ok?” checkbox by the affirmation statement to affirm that all the entries including the attached passport photograph are correct.

24. Click on ‘Submit’ to register the candidate and save candidate’s registration information.

25. Continue with the same process until you register all the candidates

Note: WAEC online registration can be done with internet-enabled PCs in the school, at a Cyber Café or Business Centre with computers and scanners/digital cameras at any WAEC Branch or Zonal Office. WAEC has installed in all its Zonal/Branch Offices, PCs, scanners, printers, and internet service to enable schools to register their candidates online or upload the candidates they have registered offline. The use of the internet service outside that of the school would likely come at an extra cost.

How to do Offline Registration without Internet Services) for WAEC School Candidates May/June 2023

WAEC offline registration is meant for schools that do not have a personal computer PC (desktop, laptop or palmtop or tablet) or have a PC without internet service for their schools’ WASSCE School Candidates registration.

Step-by-step Method on How to Register WAEC School Candidates May/June 2023 and 2024 Offline

National Identity Number (NIN) Registration

1. Proceed to the nearest designated centre to register for your National Identity Number. This is done by the WASSCE School Candidates. WAEC has announced that NIN is compulsory for the registration of the 2023 and 2024 WAEC exams.

Registration Form Completion and Collection of Examination Entry Fee

2. Collect the approved registration/examination fees from all prospective school candidates. The examination fee is N18,000 per candidate.

3. Hand in a registration form to each candidate to complete containing their personal details, contact information subjects, and other details which are submitted with passport photos.

Examination Registration Approval and Remittance Form Completion

5. Visit WAEC offices in your area of jurisdiction (that is, the WAEC Zonal/Branch Office in charge of your State) to complete a Remittance form, get approval from their States Ministry of Education for the number of school candidates they intend to register and also obtain the endorsement of WAEC Branch Controllers or Zonal Coordinators in their States to go on with the registration.

Bank Pay for the Registration Forms and Issuance of Payment Voucher or Online Registration Scratch Card

6. Proceed to the bank to make a total payment for the WASSCE (SC) 2023 in multiple of N18,000 through NIBSS EILLSPAY, quoting your school’s Centre Number as a Unique ID at the Bank.

7. Collect a CD-ROM or Flash RAM containing WAEC offline registration package or facility, offline and online packages user manuals, and other online registration information from the WAEC Office along with the payment voucher upon payment.

Using the Offline Registration Module for Biometric Data(Photograph and Fingerprint)-Capturing Systems for the WAEC E-Registration

8. Download WAEC Offline Registration Biometric Software Module. You need to have a computer system – a Windows 7 or later version with a high-speed processor (at least 2GB RAM and 150GB Hard Disk), a Flatbed Scanner or Digital Camera, a Flash RAM or DVD-CD Writer – to install and use the WAEC Offline Registration Module. See below the steps on how to install WAEC Offline Registration Module.

9. Download Biometrics capture software for data (photograph and fingerprint) capturing online. The computer system requirements for Biometric software online installation is available either for 32-bit Installation or 64-bit Installation. See below the steps on how to download biometrics capture software for data (photograph and fingerprint) capturing online from WAEC Portal.

10. Double-click on the “WAEC May-June Offline Registration” icon downloaded on your desktop to launch the Offline Registration Module Software Application.

11. Enter your Username and Password created by default as an authorized user and click on login to open the Offline Registration Module Software

12. Click on ‘Change Password’ and enter a different password to change the default password

13. Enter your Username and the new Password and click on login.

14. Click on the Data Entry Menu and Select School Information

15. Click on ‘Registration’ > ‘School Registration’ and enter the Center Number and the School Name to create the School Profile

16. Select “Candidate Registration” and then click on “Entry Registration” and ‘’Register Candidate’’ to start the registration of each candidate.

17. Enter each candidate’s personal details – Surname, First Name, Date of Birth, Sex, Subjects, and SSS I & II Continuous Assessment Scores (CAS) for each subject. See below the steps on how to enter the SSS I & II CAS and Candidates Subjects.

18. Capture the photo of the candidates using the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam and the fingerprint using The Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner). Scan the actual passport photograph of the candidate using a flatbed scanner or Take a passport photograph of the candidate with a digital camera and save the picture in JPEG format using the candidate’s name. The passport photograph should not be more than 15Kb in size with contrasting backgrounds and must be clear. The candidate’s face must NOT be obstructed in any way by items like glasses, sunglasses, headgear, etc. Each candidate’s passport photograph and signature must also be captured. See the guidelines below on steps on how to capture, resize and validate a candidate’s passport photograph as well as steps on how you can capture a candidate’s fingerprint below

19. Attach the candidate’s passport photograph to the “passport photo box”. See below the steps on how to attach a candidate’s passport photo

20. Click on “Confirm Entries Ok” checkbox by the affirmation statement to affirm that all the entries including the attached passport photograph are correct.

21. Click on ‘Save’ to save the candidate’s registration information and ‘Submit’ to register it offline.

22. Continue with the same process until you register all the candidates.

23. Revisit the WAEC Branch/Zonal Office

24. Mount the CD-ROM or Flash RAM into their computer system connected to the internet, and open and upload offline registration details online to the WAEC database.

25. Print the list of the registered candidates on paper.

Steps on How to enter the SSS I & II CASS (Senior Secondary Schools I & II Continuous Assessment Scores) WAEC Online Continuous Assessment Capture Portal and Offline Registration Module
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WAEC Continuous Assessment (CASS) Registration and Login Page for School Candidates

The WAEC Offline and Online Continuous Assessment Scores can be entered on the WAEC Downloaded Offline Registration Module and Online Continuous Assessment Capture Portal.

11 steps on how to create a new user account and verify your account using your email to enter the SSS I & II CASS

Here are 11 steps on how to create a new user account and verify your account using your email to enter the SSS I & II CASS.

1. Visit the WAEC Online Continuous Assessment Capture Portal waecinternational.org/cass. Click here to launch. the User CASS Capture Portal Verification/Login Page

2. Click on New User? Register to open New User Account Registration Page and enter your details. Click here to enter.

3. Enter your Name (Surname and Other names), email address (confirmed), password (confirmed), phone number and country of registration.

4. Check ‘Confirm user registration’ to confirm your entry details

5. Click on ‘Create Account’ to create a new user account and register as a new user. Immediately after your account is created, an email code in the form of a link will automatically be sent to your email address.

6.  Login to your email account

7. Click on the Inbox of your email account to open the email and click on the link to verify the code sent to your email box.

8. Revisit the WAEC Online Continuous Assessment Capture Portal waecinternational.org/cass as a registered and verified user.

9. Enter your Email address and Password and click on login to launch the WAEC Online CASS.

10. Click on the “Registration” menu and Select “Candidate Registration” and then “Entry Registration” 

11. Enter candidates’ details and SSS I & II Continuous Assessment Scores (CASS) for each candidate, subject by subject.

6 Steps on How to enter the ‘Available Subjects’ in the Right Combination

Here are 6 steps on how to enter the ‘Available Subjects’ in the right combination:

1. Click on the “Registration” menu on the Office Registration Module to start the registration of each candidate’s subject

2. Select “Candidate Registration” and then click on “Entry Registration” 

3. Double-click on the candidate’s choice of subjects in the Subject List to select the subject in the “Available Subject” list. The approved subjects for the examination are displayed in the Available Subject List Box. English Language and Mathematics have been pre-selected
 4. Click on the “Next – >>” icon to continue the selection.

5. Double-click on the subject in the Selected List to deselect a selected subject

6. Click on the “Previous – <<” icon to continue the de-selection.

Note: There are four (4) CORE subjects (English Language, Mathematics, Civic Education & one Trade/Entrepreneurial subject and then any other four or five subjects depending on your intended course of study in a tertiary institution.

List of WAEC-approved 35 Trade/Entrepreneurial Subjects

The list of WAEC-approved 35 Trade/Entrepreneurial subjects: Animal husbandry, Auto body repairs, Auto mechanic, Auto electrical work, Automobile parts merchandising, Block laying, bricklaying and concreting work, Bookkeeping, Carpentry and joinery, Catering craft practice, Data processing, Dyeing and bleaching, Plumbing and pipe fitting, Printing craft practice, Radio, television, and electronics, Salesmanship, Stenography, Tourism, Upholstery, Welding and fabrication engineering craft practice, Marketing, Metalwork, Mining, Painting and decorating, Photography, Plumbing craft practice, Printing craft practice, Leather goods manufacturing and repairs, Insurance, Machine Woodworking, GSM phone maintenance and repair, Garment making, Furniture making, Fisheries, Shorthand and Keyboarding.

For example, a social student could have the following subject combination: 1. Civic Education 2. Mathematics 3. English Language 4. Animal Husbandry 5. Financial Accounting 6. Commerce 7. Economics 8 Government and 9. Geography.

Steps on How to download Offline Registration Biometrics Capture Software Online 2022/2023 for Fingerprint-capturing
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WAEC Offline Registration Biometrics Software Download for Free

Offline Registration Biometrics Software is a WAEC Offline Registration Application that can be downloaded online on the computer to enable schools without internet services to do offline biometric fingerprint capturing while entering their candidates’ registration details.

4 steps on how to download offline registration biometrics capture software online 2022/2023 for fingerprint-capturing

Here are 4 steps on how to download offline registration biometrics software online 2022/2023 for fingerprint-capturing

1. Visit WAEC Offline Biometric Software Download Page waeconline.org.ng/offlineinstaller/install.htm. Click here to launch.

2. Click on either 32-bit Installation to download for a 32-bit system or 64-bit Installation for a 64-bit system, according to your system’s requirement. Click here to download for 32-bit or here to download for 64-bit.

3. Click here to download the Windows Installer 3.1, Microsoft Visual Basic PowerPacks 10.0, Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (x86 and x64), and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Report Viewer as prerequisite requirements for your system to download the Offline Biometric Registration Software, without which the Biometric files will not download properly or malfunction if downloaded.

4. Click here to download and launch the Offline Biometric Registration Software for Data (Photograph and Fingerprint) capturing.

How to capture Candidates’ Data (Photograph) in WAEC Offline Registration Software Application Using Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000 WebCam

The WAEC WASSCE Offline Registration Software Application is configured with a Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000 webcam and therefore will likely not recognize any other webcam apart from the Microsoft Product.

10 Steps on How to capture Candidates’ Data (Photograph) on WAEC Offline Registration Software Application
Here are 10 Steps on how to capture candidates’ data (photograph) on the WAEC Offline Registration Software Application:

1. Double-click on the “WAEC May-June Offline Registration Software Application” icon downloaded on your desktop to launch the Offline Registration Module.

2. Click on Registration > School Registration and type in Centre Name, School Name, and Number of Entries to create the School Profile.

3. Click on Registration > Candidates Registration > Register Candidate.

4. Enter the candidate’s details you want to capture his/her photograph.

5. Click on Biometrics from the “candidate information” submenu

6. Connect the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam to a USB Port of the computer to install on the computer to be used for data (photograph) capturing.

7. Double-click on the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam icon to launch the software program on the computer’s desktop

8. Click on Start Camera and focus the webcam on the candidate’s face to process the capture. You may have to adjust the webcam to capture the desired face in the photograph.

9. Click on ‘Capture Image’ to capture. Once you focus the webcam on the candidate, wait for 6 seconds, for the webcam to brighten the background before clicking on the captured image.

10. Click on ‘Submit’


How to capture Candidates’ Data (Fingerprint) on WAEC Offline Registration Software Application Using Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner)

Here are 10 Steps on how to capture candidates’ data (fingerprint) on the WAEC Offline Registration Software Application:

1. Download Biometric Offline Registration Software for Data (Fingerprint) capturing. Click here to download the “WAEC May-June Offline Registration Software Application”. The Biometric Capture Software Application works with a fingerprint scanner.

2. Double-click on the “WAEC May-June Offline Registration Software Application” icon downloaded on your desktop to launch the Offline Registration Module.

3. Click on Registration > School Registration and type in Centre Name, School Name, and Number of Entries to create the School Profile.

4. Click on Registration > Candidates Registration > Register Candidate.

5. Enter the candidate’s details you want to capture his/her fingerprint.

6. Click on Biometrics from the “candidate information” submenu

7. Connect the Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) to a USB Port of the computer to install to the computer to be used for data (fingerprint) capturing

8. Double-click on the Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) icon in ‘File Explorer’ to launch the software program on the computer desktop.

9. Click on Start Capture and place the finger thumb of the candidate on the Digital Persona (Fingerprint) Scanner for capturing. Capture each right or left finger thumb of any candidate twice.

10. Click on ‘Submit’ if it does submit automatically.

How to Capture Candidate Passport in WAEC SSCE Offline App – YouTube Video.
You Tube Video on How to Capture Candidate Passport in WAEC SSCE Offline App

Steps on How to download Offline Registration Biometrics Software Online 2022/2023 for Data-capturing

Steps on How to attach Candidate’s Passport Photograph

Candidate’s passport photograph scanned or taken with a digital camera or web camera in Jpeg format must be attached to each candidate’s registration details.

3 Steps on How to attach Candidate’s Passport Photograph

Here are the 3 steps in attaching the Candidate’s Passport Photograph to the “Passport Photo Box”

1. Click the “Attach Image” by the “passport photo box” to locate the candidate’s passport photograph in the stored or saved folder.

2. Click on the candidate’s passport picture

3. Click “Open” to attach the candidate’s passport photograph to the corresponding candidate’s registration.

The size of the passport photo in JPEG format must not be more than 15Kb

Steps on How to resize Passport Photograph to the Required Specification

Since the size of the passport photo in JPEG format must not be more than 15Kb, the captured photograph that is beyond 15kb will need to be resized to the desired specification.

3 Steps on How to resize scanned Passport Photograph to the Required Specification

Here are 3 steps on how to resize the scanned passport photograph to the required specification before saving to the student’s profile.

1. Click on the “Registration” menu and select “Validate Picture”

2. Click on “Browse Folder” to select the folder where the passport photographs are to be saved and then click on “Process” to process the Images to the required specification.

3. Click on ‘Close” to exit

Steps on How to validate Passport Photograph

Validated scanned or captured photographs is the one the system consider as valid for storage and future retrieval. A user who captured a photo during a WAEC registration process is expected to validate it

Steps on How to validate passport photographs of WAEC Candidates.

Here are 7 steps on how to validate Passport Photograph to the Required Specification

1. Click on the “Registration” menu and select “Validate Picture”

2. Click on “Multiple” to check all the passport photos in a folder

3. Click on “Browse” to select the folder where the passport photos are stored, preferably the Picture folder

4. Click on the “Registration” menu and select “Validate Picture”

5. Click on “One” to check all the passport photos in a folder.

6. Click on “Browse” to select the folder where the passport photo is and then select the particular photo to be validated. The system will display information on the status of the photo (whether it is valid or not valid).

7. Click on the ‘Close’ button to exit

How to register (Online Registration) for WAEC WASSCE Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) 2022 & 2023

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WAEC Biometric Fingerprint Capture Registration Software Application Download for Free for Private Candidates

Here are simple steps on how to register for WAEC WASSCE Private (External) Candidates GCE First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) 2022 & 2023. The registration for WAEC Private Candidates examinations is done online and not offline.

National Identity Number (NIN) Registration

1. Proceed to the nearest designated centre to register for your National Identity Number. This is done by the WASSCE Private Candidates. Click here to find the … WAEC has announced that NIN is compulsory for the registration of the 2023 WAEC exam.

Make Bank Payment for E-Registration PIN

2. Prospective Private (External) Candidate proceeds to the bank to pay the sum of N18,000.00 non-refundable fee to WAEC and receives an e-Registration PIN upon completion with which to log in to the WAEC Registration Portal. Bank would charge a commission for the payment receipt. See the list of approved banks for payment above.

Online Registration with E-Registration PIN on WAEC Portal

3. Visit WAEC Online Registration Portal for Private Candidates to read the general requirements/guidelines, make the basic requirement available, and proceed with the registration. Click here to visit and read. All WAEC external candidates are to carry out their online registration on the official WAEC Portal with the e-registration PIN.

4. Visit waeconline.org.ng/register to create an account for a new account. Click here to view the page.

5. Enter your Name (Surname and First name), Username, and Password create an account as a new user (Create a User Profile) and log in

6. Log in to WAEC e-Registration Portal with the above personal details and your e-Registration PIN obtained after bank payment to start registration. Click here to open the e-Registration Page and start registration.

Biometric Data and Fingerprint Capture

7. Download the WAEC Online Registration Biometric Fingerprint Capture Software Application for free on your computer for Data (Fingerprint) Data capturing. Biometric Capture Software Application works with a fingerprint scanner. You may have to download other system-required files for a successful capture. Click here to find and download it for free.  See the system requirement for free download below.

8. Capture your fingerprint (thumbs – both left and right) on the downloaded Biometric Registration Fingerprint Capture software application with the Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) connected to the computer using your name. See below the steps on how to do WAEC registration biometric (data) fingerprint capture for private (external) GCE candidates for the first and second series.

9. Click on ‘Registration’ > ‘Private Registration (First or Second Series)’ > ‘Candidate Registration Information’. Click here to read ‘How to Register’

 10. Enter your bio data which includes Name, Gender, Disability, Marital Status, Maiden Name (if applicable), Date of Birth, Nationality and State of Origin. Note that your name must not be more than 40 characters, this includes spaces between the surname, first name and other names.

Picture Capture Using a Webcam

11. Connect the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam to a USB Port of the computer to install on the computer to be used for data (photograph) capturing. The WAEC WASSCE Registration Picture Capture Software Application is configured with Microsoft Lifecam HD-3000 webcam and therefore will likely not recognize any other webcam apart from the Microsoft Product.

12. Capture your picture (take a photograph) using the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam. You are required to take a picture with a webcam with a minimum Camera Specification* 2.0MP 720p USB 2.0 Colour: High-Resolution RGB Support Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified 2.0-megapixel sensor Up to 30 frames per second. See below the steps on how to do WAEC registration biometric (data) picture capture for private (external) candidates for the first and second series.

Contact information, Selection of Preferred Examination Town, Subjects Selection, Declaration, Registration Submission and Printing of Admission Notice/Photo card

13. Enter your contact information which includes telephone, email, residential address, residential city, residential state, postal address, city and state. Note that a telephone number is compulsory since it would be used to contact the candidate should the need arise.

14. Select the state and town you wish to write the examination. Note that the exact centre will be automatically assigned to you by the system. Please note that you cannot change your examination town after submission

15. Select the other subjects you wish to register for in this examination. English Language and Mathematics have been automatically selected for you because they are compulsory. Note that a minimum of Seven (7) and a maximum of Nine (9) subjects are allowed.

16. Check or tick the checkboxes before submitting your form. Note that you cannot proceed unless you have done this.

17. Click the ‘Accept’ button to preview your details after completing the registration form. Note that you are required to review your application at this stage and click the EDIT button if you desire to make any modifications. You should click the SAVE button if you want to save your application and still be able to come back and modify it. Note that you can only modify up to 3 times.

18. Click the ‘Submit’ button to submit your application. Note that you will no longer be able to modify your application once you click the ‘Submit’ button.

How to do WAEC Registration Biometric (Data) Fingerprint Capture for Private (External) Candidates for First and Second Series

Here are the 10 steps on how to do WAEC registration biometric (data) fingerprint capture for private (external) candidates for the first and second series

Download the WAEC Online Registration Biometric Fingerprint Capture Software Application for free on your computer for Data (Fingerprint) Data capturing. Biometric Capture Software Application works with a fingerprint scanner. You may have to download other system-required files for a successful capture. Click here to find and download it for free.  See the system requirement for free download below.

Double-click on the WAEC Registration Biometric Fingerprint Capture icon downloaded on your desktop to launch the Software Application.

6. Click on Biometrics from the “Candidate Information” submenu on the Online Registration Page

5. Enter the candidate’s details (surname, first and other names) that would go with the biometric fingerprint capturing.

7. Connect the Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) to a USB Port of the computer to install to the computer to be used for data (fingerprint) capturing

8. Double-click on the Digital Persona Scanner (Fingerprint Scanner) icon in ‘File Explorer’ to launch the software program on the computer desktop.

9. Click on Start Capture and place the finger thumb of the candidate on the Digital Persona (Fingerprint) Scanner for capturing. Capture each right or left finger thumb of any candidate twice.

10. Click on ‘Submit’ if it does submit automatically.

How to do WAEC Registration Biometric (Data) Picture Capture for Private (External) Candidates for First and Second Series

5 Steps on How to do WAEC Registration Biometric (Data) Picture Capture for Private (External) Candidates for First and Second Series

1. Connect the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam to a USB Port of the computer to install on the computer to be used for data (photograph) capturing.

2. Double-click on the Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam icon to launch the software program on the computer’s desktop

3. Click on Start Camera and focus the webcam on the candidate’s face to process the capture. You may have to adjust the webcam to capture the desired face in the photograph.

4. Click on ‘Capture Image’ to capture. Once you focus the webcam on the candidate, wait for 6 seconds, for the webcam to brighten the background before clicking on the captured image.

5. Click on ‘Submit’

Note that Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 webcam is used for picture capturing after doing biometric data (personal details) and fingerprint capture

WAEC Online Result Checker Portal 2019/2020, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 & 2022/2023: Check WAEC Examination Result for WASSCE School (Internal) Candidates (May/June) and Private (External) GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December)

Check WAEC Result: How to check WAEC Result 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022 – School Candidates (May/June) & Private GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) & Second Series (November/December)

WAEC Result Checker Portal is the same for all categories of WAEC Candidates be it School Candidates or Private GCE Candidates. This implies that as a candidate, I can learn how to check my WAEC result on the WAEC Result Checker Portal notwithstanding which category of the exam I sat for.

Checking your WAEC Result can be in two ways: Checking your WAEC Results with a scratch card (which is equivalent to checking your results on WAEC Result Checker Portal) and Checking your result (using your phone or on your phone) without a scratch card

Whichever way, here are 8 simple steps on how to check my WAEC result with a scratch card (not on your phone) on the WAEC Result Checker Portal and 3 steps on how to check WAEC result without a scratch card (on your phone).

8 Steps on how to check my WAEC result with a scratch card (not on my phone or without using my phone) on the WAEC Result Checker Portal

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WAEC Result Checker: How to check results using a scratch card

1. Proceed to the National Office of WAEC and at any of its Zonal and Branch Offices across Nigeria or any designated outlet or accredited WAEC Agent and buy a WAEC Result Checker Scratch Card at the cost of N1,500. The cost of the scratch card is reviewed from time to time. Click here to find the WAEC-approved Result Checker tokens merchants/outlets.

2. Visit WAEC Online Result Checker Portal waecdirect.org. Click here to launch.

3. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number on the Online Result Checker Page. (Note that this is made up of your 7-Digit Centre Number followed by your 3-digit Candidate Number. For example. 4123456789). For examination year < 1999, enter your 8-digit WAEC Examination Number. (This is your 5-Digit Centre Number followed by your 3-digit candidate number. For example, 19865001)

4. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year. For example, 2002

5. Select the Type of Examination, For example, Private Candidate Results

6. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your e-PIN

7. Enter the e-PIN Voucher Number or Serial Number

8. Click ‘Submit’ and wait for the results window to come up.

3 Steps on How to check my WAEC result without a scratch card (using your phone) outside the WAEC Result Checker Portal.

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WAEC Result Checker: How to check results using a phone

1. Type on your phone an SMS in the format: WAEC*Examination No*PIN*Examination Year. For example, WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2007. Note: Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above by leaving no space in the message.

2. Send the SMS to short-code 32327 (MTN, Celtel & Glo Mobile subscribers). Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (Each SMS Costs N30 Only for a single result checked)

3. Save the delivered results on the phone memory for future use. You could produce the printout on paper from your phone at your convenience

WAEC Result Checker Software Application Online Download for Free

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the Result Checker Application for Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra-Leone and The Gambia Students which can be downloaded online for free – the platform that enables both school and private candidates from the above-mentioned participating WAEC countries who sat for the examination to check their result.

The independent result checking application, WAEC Result Checker Application, once downloaded for free, could be used to check both May/June and November/December (First and Second Series) exams from 1991 to present, 2022, 2023, and beyond.

Results accessible on this free application are linked from each of the result-checking sites for the West African Examinations Council.

5 Necessary Requirements (Eligibility) for Result Checker Application

Here are the 5 detailed necessary requirements (eligibility) for result checker application for checking WAEC results

1. Examination Number
2. Examination Year
3. Examination Type
4. Card Serial Number
5. Card Pin

How to use the WAEC Result Checker Application (Portal) on Mobile Devices

To use the WAEC result checker application (portal) on mobile devices, you will download the software application online for free.

3 Steps on How to download WAEC Result Checker Software Application on Android Mobile Devices (Phones and Tablets) for Free

Here are the 3 Steps on how to download the WAEC Result Checker Software Application on Android mobile Devices (phones and tablets) for free:

1. Click on the Google Play icon once located on your phone to open the WAEC Result Checker App (powered by Vetebra Limited)

2. Click on the ‘Install’ button located just beside the WAEC Result Checker. WAEC Result Checker Application download starts and displays progressively which shows on your device and once the download is completed, a notification is shown.

3. Click on ‘Open’ to complete the download. Once downloaded, the WAEC Result Checker App icon will appear on the phone display area.

You could have a free download of the WAEC Result Checker App for checking of WAEC May/June and November/ December exams on your android phone or tablet mobile device through a link. Click here to open and download for free.

How to Upload WAEC Results on the JAMB CAPS Portal

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JAMB CAPS Portal Login Page for Uploading of WAEC Results

4 Steps on how a student/JAMB candidate can upload his or her WAEC results on the JAMB CAPS Portal

1. Visit a JAMB accredited Computer-based Training (CBT) Centre nearest to you

2. Complete a request form provided by the CBT, providing your details appropriately, and submit a copy of your WAEC or NECO result in the process. Do not submit the original copy of your results or credentials.

3. Ensure your personal details/biodata entered during the processing is correct.

4. Login to the JAMB CAPS Portal after the O’Level result has been uploaded to verify your result.

See the image of CAPS Portal Login for your CAPS Portal login and how to verify your WAEC results on the JAMB CAPS Portal

Note that while you could upload your O’level WAEC result to the JAMB CAPS Portal during your JAMB registration or after sitting for the JAMB examination, you cannot upload your WAEC or NECO O’level result on the JAMB CAPS Portal using your phone.

Best WAEC Results of 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023

We wouldn’t complete our blog on WAEC … without discussing the Best WAEC Results of 2019, 2020, 2021 & 2022. In our updates, we will go beyond 2022 and write about the best WAEC Results in 2023, 2024, and more.

The West African Examination Council has a culture of recognizing the high-performing students in the WAEC exam every year, giving prizes to the students with the best results.

Best WAEC Results for 2017/2018 for Top Performing Students, Schools and Nigerian States

An 18-year-old Nigerian, Peter Arotiba from Kogi State was awarded the National Distinction and Merit Award by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) for emerging overall best student in the WAEC 2017/2018 examination.

According to the report, Arotiba obtained a distinction in all eight subjects offered in the 2018 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) also released the 2018 ranking in the best WAEC Results of all 36 States, plus the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja in Nigeria.

In the top 10 performing states, were Abia – 1st, Anambra – 2nd, Edo – 3rd, Rivers – 4th, Imo – 5th, Lagos – 6th, Bayelsa – 7th, Delta – 8th, Enugu – 9th, and Ebonyi – 10th

The top 10 from bottom are Yobe – 37th, Zamfara – 36th, Jigawa 35th, Gombe – 34th, Katsina – 33rd, Kebbi – 32nd. Bauchi – 31st, Sokoto – 30th, Osun -29th and Adamawa -28th

Best WAEC Results for 2018/2019 for Top Performing Students, Schools and Nigerian States

The best WAEC Results for 2018/2019 went to Favour Movel, the overall best candidate in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Movel, a 17-year-old student of Christian Royal College, Sabon Barki, Jos, scored A1 in all the nine subjects he sat for in the 2019 WASSCE. The overall best who hails from Pankshin Local Government Area of Plateau State, also scored 323 in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), according to the report.

The top 10 best-performed states including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Nigeria in WAEC Results for 2019 are Abia, Anambra, Edo, Rivers, Imo, Lagos, Bayelsa, Delta, Enugu, and Ebonyi while the top 10 worst performed states were Adamawa, Osun, Sokoto, Bauchi, Kebbi, Katsina, Gombe, Jigawa, Zamfara, and Yobe occupy the best 10 poorly-performed Nigerian states.

Ugboaja Chizobam, a graduating student of Jesuit Memorial College Port Harcourt, has come out flawlessly dominant at May/June 2019 West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination (WASSCE), as she scooped a stunning nine Alphas/Distinctions across all the nine subjects she sat for. A 16-year-old Nigerian girl emerged as the youngest best candidate in the history of the examination.

WAEC also named Loyola Jesuit College, Louisville Girls’ Secondary School, and Stella Maris College, Abuja as the three overall best schools from the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the 2019 WASSCE Results.

Best WAEC Results for 2019/2020 for Top Performing Students, Schools and Nigerian States

The name of the top 3 best students with the best WAEC results is discussed here with the schools they attended when they sat for the exam.

  • Yinka-Banjo, Victoria. School – Princeton College, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos
  • Adebowale, Dorcas Ayooluwa. School  – Emerald Laurel Comprehensive College, Ibadan
  • Nwaozuzu Confidence Chinaza. School – Total Education Development Academy, Eke-Owerri, Abia

The overall best student in 2020 WASSCE is Yinka-Banjo, Victoria Morenike with No 4252067/039 had A1 in all the subjects she sat for, Punch Nigerian News reports.

Best WAEC Results for 2020/2021 for Top Performing Students, Schools and Nigerian States

Eighteen-year-old, Chinasa Nweze, a former student of Lagoon School, Lekki, Lagos State, on Tuesday emerged as the highest performer in West Africa in the May/June 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) with the best WAEC results, the Sun News reported.

Nweze obtained eight As. She also emerged as the best overall in Nigeria. She and two other students who placed second and third position respectively in the International Excellence award were rewarded at the 70th Annual meeting of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) held in Abuja, The Sun News reported

The second position in West Africa went to a Ghanaian student, Asante Brako, who also recorded eight As in the school exam. Asante, a former student of Presbyterian Boy’s Senior High School, Legon-Accra, Ghana.

Another 18-year-old Nigerian, Edeani Godswill, obtained eight As in May/June 2021 WASSCE.

Top 10 Nigerian Schools with the Best WAEC Results in Nigeria for 2021

Here are the top 10 Nigerian schools with the best WAEC results in Nigeria for 2021

1. Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja 

2. Marist Brothers’ Juniorate, Uturu 

3. Lumen Christi International High School, Uromi 

4. Grundtvig International Secondary School, Oba 

5. Mea Mater Elizabeth High School, Agbani 

6. Christ the King College, Gwagwalada 

7. The Lagoon Secondary School, Lekki 

8. Graceland International School, Port-Harcourt 

9. Nigerian Turkish International College, Kaduna 

10. Oritamefa Baptist Model School, Ibadan 

Even though these schools might not actually be the best in Nigeria, according to Peak Nigeria but because they usually produce students with the best WAEC results and produced students with the best results for the 2021 WAEC exam, they have been ranked as the best Schools in Nigeria.

Top 10 Nigerian States With Best WAEC Results

The 10 states with the best WASSCE performance in 2021 for public schools, according to the NBS report.

1. Enugu: 93.9%

2. Edo: 93.5%

3. Benue: 91.7%

4. Ebonyi: 91.3%

5. Anambra: 91.2%

6. Cross River: 90.6%

7. Rivers: 88.1%

8. Delta: 87.7%

9. Bayelsa: 86.4%

10. Abia: 86.1%

Best WAEC Results for 2021/2022 for Top Performing Students, Schools and Nigerian States

The overall best student in 2022 WASSCE with the best WAEC results is Ogunjobi Moyinoluwa Adekemi. The 15-year-old had A1 in 8 subjects she sat for, according to Legit Nigeria.

She attended Home Science Association Secondary School, Alakuko, Lagos State.

The top 10 high-performing schools and states with the best WAEC results for 2022 have not been released as of the time of this blog. Best WAEC results for schools, students, and states 2023 and 2024 are not available at the time of this article.

WAEC Result Sample – Sample of WAEC result

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A printout of the WAEC Online Sample Result of an unidentified candidate

WAEC Result Sample which can be referred to as the WAEC Certificate is the certificate issued to WAEC candidates who sat for the WAEC examination. The WAEC result sample, shown in this article, is different from the statement of result (printout) a candidate obtains once the examination results are released. While they are forged, the original WAEC result sample is issued by WAEC with certain features a holder or prospective holder should be conversant with.

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A soft copy of a WAEC Sample Result checked through the Online Result Checker

15 Features of WAEC Result Sample (Original WAEC Certificate)

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A sample of the original WAEC Certificate of an unidentified candidate showing the features

Here are the 15 features of any WAEC Result Sample (Original WAEC Certificate) issued by WAEC:

1. WAEC Logo

2. Certificate Number

3. Examination Year

4. Candidate’s Sex

5. Candidate’s Date of Birth

6. Candidate’s Passport Photograph

7. Candidate’s Examination Centre

8. Candidate’s Number

9. Subjects Candidate Sat For and Grades Obtained (Both for WASSCE and GCE)

10. Grades and Interpretation. Grades A1 – E8. A1 (Distinction/Excellent)), B2 (Very Good), B3 (Good), C4 – Credit Pass, C5 – Credit Pass, C6 – Credit Pass, D7 – Pass, and E8 – Pass

11. Signature of the Registrar to the Council

12. Signature of the Chairman of the Council

13. Nigeria coat of arms image

14. Certification Statement 1: “Any alteration, erasure or absence of photograph renders this certificate invalid

15. Certification Statement 2: The certificate issued is and remains the property of the West African Examination Council at all times and it is issued on the following conditions:

  • The certificate must be surrendered to The West African Examination Council on Request
  • The certificate should be kept in a safe place
  • The West African Examinations Council will not issue any copies of the original certificate.

On the other hand, the WAEC statement of results doesn’t contain all the above features. You will only see your name, your examination number, your subjects and your grade.

In most cases, original WAEC result samples are more acceptable than the printout and statement of result issued by your secondary schools or printed through an online result checker for private candidates. The valid WAEC Result Sample is usually required when applying for internal/external competition, examinations, higher degree applications, scholarship applications, professional qualification applications, job applications, among others.

WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification from 1980 Results to 2020, 2021 and 2022

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WAEC Certificate Request Portal

WAEC online result/certificate verification is a way of ascertaining if a student’s/candidate’s/applicant’s result or certificate provided for an academic or job purpose is correct and valid. WAEC result or certificate verification is usually done online.

Candidates who have written the West African Examination and obtained their results from 1980 to 2020 can now verify the authenticity of their results and certificates online via the WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification Portal. However, verification for years 2021 and 2022 would soon be released and WAEC is working towards releasing both the results and certificate at the same time.

WAEC result/certificate verification portal is an internet online solution that enables candidates, schools, and higher learning institutions – universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, organizations, embassies, employers, and other related institutions where the validity of ordinary-level results is required to check and verify WAEC results/certificate of candidates from 1980 till date at any time and anywhere in the world.

WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification for Individual Candidates (New Accounts/Subscriptions)

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WAEC Result/Certificate Verification Portal

Steps on How to verify WAEC Results Online for Individual Candidates (New Accounts/Subscriptions)

Here are the 20 Steps on How to verify WAEC Results Online for Individual Candidates (New Accounts/Subscriptions)

To register, create an account to log on to account on the portal

Obtain your information details and make them handy.

2. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open.

OR Visit waeconline.org.ng/verify/Individual/Login. Click here to open.

3. Click on ‘Register Here’ to open How to verify result online – Individual Registration

4. Enter your personal details – Surname, First name, Other names, Mobile number

5. Enter Password and Confirm the Password

6. Click on Select Secret Question to select a secret question

7. Click on ‘Answer’ to provide an answer to the secret question and Confirm Answer to confirm the typed answer

8. Enter your email address as a logon identity

9. Click on ‘Select Payment Type’ and select either Pay with Interswitch Nigeria (in Nigerian Naira – NGN) or United Payment (in UD Dollars – USD)

10. Select ‘I agree to all information to buy PIN

11. Click on ‘Create an Account to create an account

12. Enter your logon details – Email address and Password

13. Click on Login to logon or click on ‘forgot your password’

To make a subscription payment

14. Select ‘Individual’ from the account option

15. Make Payment: Subscribe to the verification service by making a payment. Payment can be made either through the bank (bank payment) to obtain a reference PIN or Electronic Personal Identification Number (e-PIN) or through online e-payment with a credit card via Interswitch e-payment channel to obtain a ‘Transaction ID’ and continue with the result verification. The bank payment option is followed up by the online verification process on the application window. See below the ‘Steps on How to make WAEC Result Verification Payment through the Bank’ and ‘Steps on How to make WAEC Result Verification Payment through Online E-Payment Card or Channel’

To verify results

16. Enter your Reference PIN or e-Pin in the box provided

17. Select the Examination Type either WASSCE for School Candidates or WASSCE for Private Candidates

18. Select Examination Year from 1980 – 2020. WAEC plans to release certificates for 2021 and 2022 WASSCE Examinations

19. Enter your Examination Number in the box provided

20. Click on the ‘Verify Now’ button to verify your WASSCE result online

WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification for Individual Candidates (Existing Accounts/Subscriptions)

Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Individual Candidates (Existing Accounts/Subscriptions) Online

Here are 16 Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Individual Candidates (Existing Accounts/Subscriptions) Online

For portal login to account

1. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open.

OR Visit waeconline.org.ng/verify/Individual/Login. Click here to open.

2. Enter your logon details – Email address and Password OR Click on ‘forgot your password’

3. Click on the ‘Login’ button to login

To make a new subscription payment

4. Select ‘Individual’ from the account option

5. Click the ‘Subscribe for New Check’ menu (The rate of subscription will be displayed). The current subscription rate per candidate is 2,500.00 (Naira) or 10.00 (USD) as at the time of this article.

6. Make payment through online with a credit card or e-payment channel to obtain a ‘Transaction ID’ and continue with the result verification.

To verify results

7. Click the ‘Verify Results’ menu

8. Click on ‘Required Information’. ‘Required Information’ is a panel by the left on your screen

9. Select the Examination Type (May/June or Nov/Dec)

10. Select the Examination Year from 1980 to 2020

11. Type in your exam number

12. Click the ‘Proceed’ button to continue and display the summary of your required information

13. Click the ‘Submit’ button after confirming the information

14. Click the ‘Check’ button for a new check and verify the result

15. Click the ‘View Check History’ menu to access the verification history and view the check or result verification history.

16. Click the ‘Sign Out’ menu to sign out of your account.

WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification by Academic Institutions/Organization (New Accounts/Subscribers) for Individual and Multiple Candidate(s)/Applicant(s)

Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Academic Institutions/Organizations (New Accounts/Subscribers)

Here are 27 Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Academic Institutions/Organizations (New Accounts/Subscribers)

For registration, creation of account and portal login to account

1. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open.

OR Visit waeconline.org.ng/verify/Institution/InstitutionRegistration. Click here to open

2. Click on ‘Register Here’ to open How to verify result online – Institution Registration

3. Enter your institution and administrator’s details – Institution Name, Institution Address, Administrator’s Surname, Administrator’s First name Administrator’s other names Administrator’s Phone number Administrator’s User name

4. Enter the Administrator’s Password, and Confirm the Password

5. Click on Select Secret Question to select a secret question

6. Click on ‘Answer’ to provide an answer to the secret question and Confirm Answer to confirm the typed answer

7. Enter your email address as the logon identity

8. Enter the ‘Total Subscription Unit’

9. Enter your logon details – User name and Password OR Click on ‘forgot your password’. You can click here to log in directly

10. Click on ‘Login’ button to login

To make a subscription payment

11. Select ‘’Institution’’ from the account option

12. Make Payment to subscribe to the verification service by making payment. Payment can be made either through the bank (bank payment) to obtain a reference PIN or Electronic Personal Identification Number (e-PIN) or through online e-payment with a credit card or e-payment channel to obtain a ‘Transaction ID’ and continue with the result verification. The bank payment option is followed up by the online verification process on the application window.

To verify results for individual candidates

13. Click the ‘Verify Results’ menu

14. Click on ‘Required Information’ to input individual candidate’s/applicant’s information

15. Select the Examination Type (May/June or Nov/Dec)

16. Select the Examination Year from 1980 to 2020

17. Type in your Examination Number

18. Click the ‘Check’ button to display the candidate’s result online

To verify results for multiple/different candidates:

19. Click the ‘Check Subscription Status’ menu to display the remaining available subscription details for the user(s). When the unit amount of subscription is insufficient to verify for multiple/different candidates, payment subscription extension for more number of units becomes necessary

20. Click the ‘Extend Subscription’ menu to reveal the current rate of subscription. The current subscription rate per candidate is 2,500.00 (Naira) or 10.00 (USD) as of the time of this article.

21. Type in the number of units to purchase/make payment for

22. Click the ‘Extend’ button to make extra payment with the e-Payment channel

23. Click the ‘Payment Slip’ menu to view purchase or payment details

24. Click the ‘Slip’ link by the record to download the payment slip for each payment

25. Check the ‘Different Exam Type’ to complete individual information for each candidate

26. Repeat steps 13 to 18 above to verify the results of different/multiple candidates/applicants.

27. Click the ‘Sign Out’ menu to sign out of your account



WAEC Online Result/Certificate Verification by Academic Institutions/Organizations (Existing Account/Subscribers) for Individual and Multiple Candidate(s)/Applicant(s)

Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Academic Institutions/Organizations (New Accounts/Subscribers)

Here are 31 Steps on How to verify the WAEC Result/Certificate Verification for Academic Institutions/Organizations (New Accounts/Subscribers)

To login online on the portal:

1. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open.

2. Click the ‘Change Password’ menu on the logon page to change your password.

3. Type in the current password, the new password, and the confirmation of the new password

4. Click the ‘Change’ button to save the new password and complete the change of the password.

5. Enter your logon details – User name and Password. You can click here to log in directly

6. Click on Login to log in

To create and manage new subscription users

7. Click the ‘Manage User(s)’ menu

8. Type in the detailed information for the new user – username of the user to be created, the units of subscription to be allocated to the user, the user’s password and the password again to confirm the user’s password. 

9. Indicate if the user is active.

10. Click the ‘Create’ button to create a new user for your institution

11. Repeat steps 7 to 10 above to create multiple users

To make a subscription payment

12. Select ‘Institution’ from the account option

13. Make Payment to subscribe to the verification service by making payment. Payment can be made either through the bank (bank payment) to obtain a reference PIN or Electronic Personal Identification Number (e-PIN) or through online e-payment with a credit card or e-payment channel to obtain a ‘Transaction ID’ and continue with the result verification. The bank payment option is followed up by the online verification process on the application window.

To verify results online

14. Click the ‘Verify Results’ menu

15. Click on ‘Required Information’ to input individual candidate’s/applicant’s information

16. Select the Examination Type (May/June or Nov/Dec)

17. Select the Examination Year from 1980 to 2020

18. Type in your Examination Number

19. Click the ‘Check’ button to display the candidate’s result online

To check subscription status, extend subscription (make extra payment) and verify results for multiple/different candidates:

20. Click the ‘Check Subscription Status’ menu to display the remaining available subscription details for the user(s). When the unit amount of subscription is insufficient to verify for multiple/different candidates, payment subscription extension for more number of units becomes necessary

21. Click the ‘Extend Subscription’ menu to reveal the current rate of subscription. The current subscription rate per candidate is 2,500.00 (Naira) or 10.00 (USD) as of the time of this article.

22. Type in the number of units to purchase/make payment for

23. Click the ‘Extend’ button to make extra payment with the e-Payment channel

24. Click the ‘Payment Slip’ menu to view purchase or payment details

25. Click the ‘Slip’ link by the record to download the payment slip for each payment

26. Check the ‘Different Exam Type’ to complete individual information for each candidate

27. Repeat steps 14 to 19 to verify the results of different/multiple candidates/applicants.

To view verification activities

28. Click the ‘View Activities’ menu

29. Select parameters to search for by the audits namely: Date, User, Action and Duration. The ‘Date’ parameter, select the date to view activities for each user; the ‘User’ parameter, select the user from the drop-down list; the ‘Action’ parameter provides the avenue for keyword search and the ‘Duration’ parameter, select the start date and the end date to view activities for that duration of days specified.

30. Click the ‘Go’ button to assess and view each of the parameters searched for one at a time

31. Click the ‘Sign Out’ menu to sign out of your account

How to make WAEC Result Verification Payment through the Bank & Verify Result Online

Steps on How to make WAEC Result Verification Payment through the Bank & Verify Result Online

Here are 9 .Steps on How to make WAEC Result Verification Payment through the Bank & Verify Result Online

1. Visit any First Bank branch nearest to you

2. Request for and buy (subscribe for) the First Bank WAEC Result Verification Card

3. Scratch to reveal the Reference PIN

.4. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open to display the result verification module

5, Enter your Reference PIN

Select the Examination Type either WASSCE for School Candidates or WASSCE for Private Candidates

7. Select the Examination Year from 1980 – 2020. WAEC plans to release certificates for the 2021 and 2022 WASSCE Examinations

8. Enter your Examination Number in the box provided

9. Click on the ‘Verify Now’ button to verify your WASSCE result online

How to buy Reference PIN on WAEC Online Portal for WAEC Result Verification

4 Steps on How to buy Reference PIN on WAEC Online Portal for WAEC Result Verification

1. Visit the WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open OR open the New WAEC Online Result Verification Portal. Click here to open. to display the instant result verification module OR visit waeconline.org.ng/verify/BuyPIN. Click here to open.

2. Enter your personal details – Surname, First name, Email address and Mobile number

3. Click on ‘Select Payment Type’ and select either Pay with Interswitch Nigeria (in Nigerian Naira – NGN) or United Payment (in UD Dollars – USD)

4. Select ‘I agree to all information’ to buy PIN.

How to download WAEC Result Verification Software Application on Android Mobile Devices (Phones and Tablets) for Free

3 Steps on How to download WAEC Result Checker Software Application on Android Mobile Devices (Phones and Tablets) for Free

Here are the 3 Steps on how to download the WAEC Result Checker Software Application on Android mobile Devices (phones and tablets) for free:

1. Click on the Google Play icon once located on your phone to open the WAEC Result Verification App

2. Click on the ‘Install’ button located just beside the WAEC Result Checker. WAEC Result Checker Application download starts and displays progressively which shows on your device and once the download is completed, a notification is shown.

3. Click on ‘Open’ to complete the download. Once downloaded, the WAEC Result Checker App icon will appear on the phone display area.

You could have a free download of the WAEC Result Verification app (Powered by Sidmach Technologies) on your android phone or tablet mobile device through a link. Click here to open and download for free or here.

You could also download WAEC Result Verification App on your iPhone, iPad and Mac devices through the Apple Store and for Windows computer devices. Click here to open and download for free.

WAEC WASSCE New International Timetable for School (Internal) Candidates (May/June) and Private (External) GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) for Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia for 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023

WAEC has been releasing WASSCE’s new international timetable for each examination it has intended to and ended up conducting ever since it became an examination body.

The new international timetables introduced for the five West African countries – Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia – taking part in WAEC’s WASSCE are given below, as released by WAEC, for the three examinations it conducts yearly. The timetables are in different formats – HTML, pdf, and Google Drive (word) documents for examination years 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.

2019 WAEC International Timetable for School Candidates (May/June) and Private GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) WASSCE

2019 WAEC Timetable for January/February Private GCE Candidates (First Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 21st January 2019

Ending Date: Friday, 4th February 2019

Click here to view it in HTML format

2019 WAEC Timetable for May/June School Candidates WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 8th April 2019

Ending Date: Friday, 31st May 2019

Click here to download it for free in pdf format or here to view

2019 WAEC Timetable for November/December Private GCE Candidates (Second Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Ending Date: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Click here to download for free in Google Drive (word) document format.

2020 WAEC International Timetable for School Candidates (May/June) and Private GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) WASSCE

2020 WAEC Timetable for January/February Private GCE Candidates (First Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Saturday, January 11, 2020

Ending Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Click here to view

2020 WAEC Timetable for May/June School Candidates WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 20th July 2020

Ending Date: Saturday, 12th September 2020

Click here to view

2020 WAEC Timetable for November/December Private GCE Candidates (Second Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Saturday, 14th November 2020

Ending Date: Tuesday 15th December 2020

Click here to view

WAEC International Timetable for School Candidates (May/June) and Private GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) 2021 WASSCE

WAEC Timetable for January/February 2021 Private GCE Candidates (First Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 15th February 2021

Ending Date: Tuesday, 2nd March 2021.

Click here to view in HTML or here to view in word document format.

WAEC Timetable for May/June 2021 School Candidates WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday 16th August 2021

Ending Date: Friday 3rd September 202

Click here to view

WAEC Timetable for November/December 2021 Private GCE Candidates (Second Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Friday, 12th November 2021

Ending Date: Wednesday: 22nd December 2021

Click here to download it in pdf format

WAEC International Timetable for School Candidates (May/June) and Private GCE Candidates First Series (January/February) and Second Series (November/December) 2022 WASSCE

WAEC Timetable for January/February 2022 Private GCE Candidates (First Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 31st January 2022

Ending Date: Saturday, 19th February 2022

Click here to download it for free in pdf format or here to view it in HTML format

WAEC Timetable for May/June 2022 School Candidates WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 9th May 2022

Ending Date: Friday, 24th June 2022

Click here to view or here to view in pdf format

WAEC Timetable for November/December 2022 Private GCE Candidates (Second Series) WASSCE

Starting Date: Monday, 31st October 2022

Ending Date: Tuesday, 20th December 2022

Click here to view or here to view in pdf format

WAEC New International Timetable for January/February and November/December Private GCE Candidates (First & Second Series) and May/June School Candidates WASSCE for 2023 and 2024

WAEC’s new international timetables for January/February and November/December Private GCE Candidates (First & Second Series) and May/June School Candidates WASSCE for 2023 and 2024 are yet to be released at the time of this article.

Do not expect to have WAEC timetables for 2023 and 2024 until WAEC announces the release which doesn’t usually come until the examination registration closes. This means that the WAEC timetables for 2023 and 2024 school and private examinations will not be released at once but on different days, so you should be specific with the WAEC examination timetable you seek online.

WAEC Syllabus for all Subjects for 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025 May/June and GCE

Are you in need and in search of the latest WAEC syllabus to get you fired up for the coming West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)? If yes, your search ends here.

WAEC Syllabus in any of the subjects you offer is your complete guide to learning the examination topics in your preparations, solving WAEC past questions and ensuring excellent performance in your registered WAEC exam.

WAEC Syllabus for all subjects for 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, and 2025 (2021 – 2025) for May/June and GCE are available online for easy download for free. Many education websites have links for free online download online on WAEC Syllabus in HTML, Google Drive Word Document and PDF electronic formats.

The list of the available WAEC Syllabus for all subjects:

Arabic WAEC Syllabus

Agricultural Science WAEC Syllabus

Animal Husbandry [Alternate A] WAEC Syllabus

Animal Husbandry [Alternate B] WAEC Syllabus]

Applied Electricity or Basic Electricity WAEC Syllabus

Auto Body Repairs and Spray Painting WAEC Syllabus

Auto Electrical Works WAEC Syllabus

Auto Mechanical Work WAEC Syllabus

Auto Parts Merchandising WAEC Syllabus

Basketry WAEC Syllabus

Biology WAEC, Syllabus

Block-laying, Bricklaying and Concreting WAEC Syllabus

Book Keeping WAEC Syllabus

Building Construction WAEC Syllabus

Business Management WAEC Syllabus

Carpentry and Joinery WAEC Syllabus

Catering Craft Practice WAEC Syllabus

Ceramics WAEC Syllabus

Chemistry WAEC Syllabus

Christian Religious Studies WAEC Syllabus

Civic Education WAEC Syllabus

Clerical Office Studies WAEC Syllabus

Clothing and Textiles WAEC Syllabus

Commerce WAEC Syllabus

Computer Studies WAEC Syllabus

Cosmetology WAEC Syllabus

Crop Husbandry and Horticulture WAEC Syllabus

Data Processing WAEC Syllabus

Dyeing and Bleaching WAEC Syllabus

Economics WAEC Syllabus

Edo WAEC Syllabus

Efik WAEC Syllabus

Electrical Installation and Maintenance Work WAEC Syllabus

Electronics Basic Electronics WAEC Syllabus

English Language WAEC Syllabus

Financial Accounting WAEC Syllabus

Financial Accounts WAEC Syllabus

Fisheries [Alternate A] WAEC Syllabus

Fisheries [Alternate B] WAEC Syllabus

Food and Nutrition WAEC Syllabus

Forestry WAEC Syllabus

French WAEC Syllabus

Furniture Making WAEC Syllabus

Further Mathematics or Mathematics [Elective] WAEC Syllabus

Garment Making WAEC Syllabus

General Agriculture WAEC Syllabus

General Knowledge in Art WAEC Syllabus

General Mathematics or Mathematics [Core] WAEC Syllabus

Geography WAEC Syllabus

Ghanaian Language WAEC Syllabus

Government WAEC Syllabus

Graphic Design WAEC Syllabus

GSM Phones Maintenance and Repairs WAEC Syllabus

Hausa Language WAEC Syllabus

Health Education or Health Science WAEC Syllabus

History WAEC Syllabus

Home Management WAEC Syllabus

IBIBIO WAEC Syllabus

IGBO WAEC Syllabus

Information and Communication [Core] WAEC Syllabus

Information and Communication [Elective] WAEC Syllabus

Insurance WAEC Syllabus

Integrated Science WAEC Syllabus

Islamic Religious Studies WAEC Syllabus

Jewelry WAEC Syllabus

Leather Goods WAEC Syllabus

Leather Works WAEC Syllabus

Literature in English WAEC Syllabus (***New***)

Machine Woodworking WAEC Syllabus

Marketing WAEC Syllabus

Metal Work WAEC Syllabus

Mining WAEC Syllabus

Music [1] WAEC Syllabus

Music [2] WAEC Syllabus

Office Practice WAEC Syllabus

Painting and Decorating WAEC Syllabus

Photography WAEC Syllabus

Physical Education WAEC Syllabus

Physics WAEC Syllabus

Picture Making WAEC Syllabus

Plumbing and Pipe Fitting WAEC Syllabus

Principles of Cost Accounting WAEC Syllabus

Printing Craft Practice WAEC Syllabus

Radio, Television and Electronics WAEC Syllabus

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning WAEC Syllabus

Salesmanship WAEC Syllabus

Sculpture WAEC Syllabus

Shorthand WAEC Syllabus

Social Studies WAEC Syllabus

Store Keeping WAEC Syllabus

Store Management WAEC Syllabus

Technical Drawing WAEC Syllabus

Textiles WAEC Syllabus

Tourism WAEC Syllabus

Type Writing [1] WAEC Syllabus

Type Writing [2] WAEC Syllabus

Upholstery WAEC Syllabus

Visual Art WAEC Syllabus

Welding and Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice WAEC Syllabus

West African Traditional Religion WAEC Syllabus

Woodwork [Ghana] WAEC Syllabus

Wood Work to I.E.D WAEC Syllabus

Woodwork WAEC Syllabus

Yoruba WAEC Syllabus

You can download each of the above subjects for free. Click here to assess and download in Word Doc or click here to download in PDF format

WAEC Past Questions and Answers for All Commonly Offered Subjects

You can practice WAEC past questions and answers online for all common subjects. Online WAEC past questions and answers are available for recent years between 2010 and 2022 (till date) and can be accessed in four different ways:

1. Online education website blogs

2. WAEC e-learning Portal

3. WAEC Past Questions and Answers App

4. WAEC Past Questions and Answers Booklets

1. Online education website blogs

A handful of online education website blogs provide links to WAEC past questions and answers for commonly-sat for subjects including compulsory English Language and Mathematics for more recent years 2010, 2011, 2012 up to 2020, 2021 and 2022 in different layouts – html, pdf, web and word document formats. WAEC past questions for 2023 and 2024 are not available yet considering that the exams haven’t been taken yet.

WAEC Agricultural Science Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Biology Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Chemistry Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Commerce Past Questions and Answers

WAEC CRK Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Economics Past Questions and Answers

WAEC English Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Financial Accounting Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Further Math Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Geography Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Literature in English Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Mathematics Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Physics Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Technical Drawing Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Visual Arts Past Questions and Answers

WAEC Yoruba Past Questions and Answers Myschoolgist.com has published some of the past questions. Click here to assess.

Newsedung has published WAEC past questions & answers for all common subjects from 2008 till Date (2022). Click here to assess

WAEC has recently launched a past question portal called WAEC e-learning that contains the resources for all WAEC-approved subjects for students preparing for WASSCE can assess for review past questions. WAEC e-learning portal is accessible from waeconline e-learning portal. Click here to assess.

3. WAEC Past Questions and Answers App

While the WAEC e-learning portal offers a convenient way to assess WAEC Past Questions, many students see WAEC Past Questions and Answers App as a very convenient means. WAEC Past Questions and Answers App can be downloaded for free as a link on education website blog posts or through Google Play. You can assess JAMB CBT and WAEC Past Questions App powered by Myschool Limited on Google Play. Click here to assess.

You could assess via Google Play Store. You could find it as a CBT online or offline practice.

How to download WAEC Past Questions and Answers Software Application Online for Free on Your Android Mobile Device

5 Steps on How to download WAEC Past Questions and Answers Software Application Online for Free on Your Android Mobile Device

Here are 5 Steps on How to download WAEC Past Questions and Answers Software Application Online for Free on Your Android Mobile Device

1. Visit Google Play Store. Click here to visit

2. Type in the search box ‘WAEC Past Questions and Answers’ to see a list of the available software app.

3. Click on the app to download

4. Click on the ‘Install’ button and allow to load up to 100% to download fully.

5. Click on ‘Open’ to assess on your Android mobile device.

4. WAEC Past Questions and Answers Booklets

You could also visit local educational retail bookshops or vendors to buy a hard copy of WAEC Past Questions and Answers for any subject of your choice.

‘EXPO’ WAEC

Do not seek for any WAEC ‘expo’ be it May/June or GCE WAEC Examination online neither should you indulge it any ‘expo’ or rather examination malpractice. Perhaps you did for 2021 and in 2022 but don’t use ‘expo’ any longer to write your examination. ‘Expo’ destroys a student’s future and makes him not to realise his full potentials.

Examination malpractice is destroying our education system and it takes away the interest in learning among Nigerian students and I strongly urge you not to ever think of indulging or involving in ‘expo’, whichever form of it.

Pay attention to your studies. If you prepare for your exams, you will surely pass.

Do not indulge in any WAEC ‘EXPO’ even NECO or JAMB EXPO or any other exam be it internal or external. ‘EXPO’ WAEC, NECO or JAMB undoubtedly ruins one’s potentials, career and life.

WAEC Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

WAEC Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – Candidates’ Searched FAQs on Google Search

Here are ….

Is 2022 WAEC Result coming out? When will WAEC results for 2022 be out? When should I expect my WAEC result to be out?

As of the time of this article, WAEC has released results for January/February Private Candidates GCE First Series, May/June School Candidates, and November/December Private Candidates GCE Second Series for 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 except for the 2022 GCE Second Series which is on-going at the moment.

However, the clear answer to the question: ‘Is WAEC result out?’ and ‘When will WAEC result for 2022 be out?’ is that WAEC announced that results of any WASSCE conducted by the body would be released 30 days after the examination but the WASSCE School Candidates for May/June 2021 was released 45 days after ending on 8th October 2021 same as for May/June 2022.

The bottom line is that you should expect your WAEC result to be out not later than 45 days after the last paper is taken.

How to check WAEC result using phone

The write up on ‘How to check WAEC result using phone’ is discussed above in …

How to check my WAEC result

You may be asking the FAQ: ‘How to my check WAEC result?’ on Google Search or the WAEC Official Website. The answer to the question is that you can check your WAEC result online using a scratch card or using a mobile phone.

Whichever you choose to do, the discussions can be found above ….

When is WAEC 2022 starting?

The answer to the question: ‘When is WAEC 2022 starting?’ is that it depends on the WAEC examination you are asking about. WAEC is running its last 2022 examination currently (that is WAEC WASSCE November/December Private Candidate GCE Second Series). It started on 31 October and will end on 20th December 2022. The first two – January/February Private Candidate GCE and May/June School Candidates for 2022 have been taken.

WAEC Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Answers – Candidates’ Searched FAQs on WAEC Result Portal

Here are the common frequently asked questions (FAQ) and answers by WAEC candidates about their results

Question: What is an e-PIN scratch card?

Answer: The e-PIN stands for Electronic Personal Identification Number. The WAEC result scratch card reveals e-PIN when scratched. In WAECDIRECT, it is a unique 10-digit or 12-digit number candidates can use to check WAEC results online. The e-PIN is found in a valid WAEC Voucher.

Question: Where can I buy an e-PIN (scratch card)?

Answer: A WAEC candidate might be asking: Where can I buy an e-PIN (a scratch card)?

An e-PIN (scratch card) may be bought at the WAEC National office and at any of its Zonal and Branch Offices across Nigeria. It could be available at other retail outlets so designated by WAEC.

Question: How much is e-PIN (a scratch card)? What is the price of e-PIN (a scratch card)?

Answer: ‘’How much is e-PIN (a scratch card) and ‘What is the price of e-PIN (a scratch card)?’ are common questions among WAEC candidates WAEC stated, at the time of this article, that the reviewed price for the e-PIN was N1,500. While it remains N1,500, you are advised to anticipate future increase in the price of e-PIN or how much it costs

Question: How many times can I use my e-PIN (scratch card) to check my WAEC results?

Answer: You can use your e-PIN scratch card to check your WAEC result up to a maximum of 5 (five) times with the use of 1 (one) bought e-PIN you purchased. In order to check further after exhausting the allowed 5 (five) times, you will need to buy another e-PIN which will entitle you to another 5 (five) WAEC result checks.

Question: Can I use one e-PIN (scratch card) to check more than one WAEC result?

Answer: No! You may only use one e-PIN Voucher to check one WAEC result. To check another WAEC result of interest, you will require a new e-PIN Voucher. Note that you need to input your examination number correctly because checking another’s result mistakenly will require you buy another e-PIN scratch card to check yours.

Question: In what other ways can I check my results?

Answer: You can check your WAEC result in two ways. The first is the use of an e-PIN scratch card on WAEC result checker portal online and the second is the use of your mobile phone offline.

Question: How do I check my WAEC result with a scratch card?

Answer: The scratch card when scratched reveals an e-PIN (Electronic Personal Identification Number) which is inputted into the e-PIN column of WAEC Online Result Checker Portal waecdirect.org. In using your phone to check your result, you type in an SMS on your phone to a short code to receive the result. The two ways of checking WAEC results have been discussed earlier in this blog. See Steps on how to check my WAEC result with a scratch card (not on my phone or without using my phone) on the WAEC Result Checker Portal and Steps on How to check my WAEC result without a scratch card (using your phone) outside the WAEC Result Checker Portal.

Question: What information is available on the WAEC result portal service?

Answer: The following information is available on the WAECDIRECT service

             WASSCE for May/June School Candidates’ results

             WASSCE for January/February Private Candidates – First Series results

             WASSCE for November/December Private Candidates – Second Series results

             Addresses of WAEC Zonal and Branch Offices in Nigeria

Question: I have a problem checking my WAEC result. Please can you help? I can’t check my WAEC result

Answer: When you can’t check your WAEC result and you are getting an error message because of a problem and you need some help, kindly send the following details to customersupport@vatebra.com for verification and assistance

             1. Error message displayed

             2. Your examination number

             3. Type of Exam

             4. Year of Exam.

OR you visit the nearest WAEC office for further enquirers. See Contact WAEC to find addresses and phone numbers of WAEC offices in Nigeria

Question: I have been trying to check my result but the WAEC page is not loading.

Answer: Have you been trying to check your WAEC result and the page is not loading? If you are experiencing such, please be informed that it could either be your internet connection that is not connecting properly or as a result of the high traffic to the WAEC result-checking website www.waecdirect.org. We advise you to give it some time before trying again.

Question: I went to the WAEC portal and filled in the required details only to see a page telling me there is no result for the candidate in the specified year. Please what do I do?

Answer: This is sitting for the WAEC examination but you don’t have any results. We advise you to keep checking at intervals because the result-checking website may be updated subsequently or visit the nearest WAEC office for assistance.

Question: What does it mean when my result is displaying outstanding? Please I need my WAEC result for my university admission.

Answer: Kindly note that results that are outstanding can be traced to various issues.

You can keep checking the portal for updates on outstanding results. Once your result is released you will then proceed with your university admission.

Question: Can the WAEC Result checker e-PIN Voucher bought in the previous year be used to check the results of the current year?

Answer: Yes! A result checker e-PIN Voucher purchased in a previous year is still valid for use in the next year but note you can only use one e-PIN Voucher to check one result. To check another (different) result, you will require a new e-PIN Voucher

Question: I mistakenly entered female instead of male during my WAEC registration. How can I correct a candidate’s gender from female to male?

Answer: If you mistakenly entered female instead of male during my WAEC registration and you want to correct it, kindly proceed to the nearest WAEC office to make corrections to information erroneously provided by you in the course of your registration.

Question: How can I resolve the problem of incorrect examination number?

Answer: If you have been trying to check my result but you keep having problems with your examination number, getting an error message – ‘Your examination number is incorrect’ for the same number with which you sat for examination, kindly proceed to the nearest WAEC office to make corrections to information erroneously provided by you in the course of your registration.

Question: How can I resolve the problem of checking another person’s WAEC Results with my e-PIN scratch card?

Answer: If you make a mistake by entering a wrong exam number while trying to check your WAEC result with an e-PIN scratch card and it displays a result that is not your, you will have to purchase another one to check your result.

Question: How can I resolve the problem of getting someone else’s result instead of mine with my examination number?

Answer: Please be informed that examination numbers are reused every year and the only unique difference is the examination year. Please change the exam year to the year you took your exam. However, you will have to purchase a new WAEC result checker e-PIN Voucher to do this.

Contact WAEC

WAEC Headquarters

The WAEC headquarters is in Accra, Ghana.

You can contact WAEC by visiting any of its offices, writing them a letter or an email (the email address for each of the offices is found below), or visiting its website. WAEC Nigeria manages four different websites with portal services to meet candidates’ needs.

Contact WAEC Accra, Ghana Office Address

The West African Examinations Council
Nelson Mandela Avenue, Off Gulf Street,
(Behind Gulf House) Okponglo
P. O. Box GP 125, Accra, Ghana.
Tel: +233 302 – 237784/248967
Email: waechqrs@africaonline.com.gh
Website: www.waecheadquartersgh.org

WAEC National Office

WAEC National Office Nigeria

Contact WAEC National Office, Lagos, Nigeria

Office Address: The West African Examinations Council
21, Hussey Street, Yaba
P. M. B. 1022, Yaba
Lagos State.
Tel: (234) – 811891883/8118918840/
8148293583/8118918850/8118918834/
8148265731/8118918900/8118918890/
8118918880
E-mail: hnowaecnigeria@waec.org.ng
            hnowaeclagos@yahoo.co.uk
            hnowaeclagos@waecnigeria.org
Websites: www.waecnigeria.org
                 www.waecdirect.org
                 www.waeconline.org.ng

Contact 12 WAEC Zonal Offices, Nigeria

Click here to contact any of the 12 WAEC Zonal Offices, Nigeria

Contact 21 WAEC Branch Offices, Nigeria

Click here to contact any of the 12 WAEC Branch Offices, Nigeria

Contact WAEC Liason Office, Abuja, Nigeria

Office Address: The West African Examinations Council
No. 10, Zambezi Crescent,
Beside INEC Headquarters,
Maitama, Abuja
Tel: 08118918879
e-mail: waecabuja@yahoo.co.uk, waecmaitama@yahoo.com

Contact WAEC Satellite Offices

Click here to contact any of the 2 WAEC Satellite Offices, Lagos Nigeria

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