On Monday, August 7, 2023, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) announced the results of the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).
It has been reported that the examining authority has made the findings available today.
Moyosola Adesina, who heads up the testing body’s Public Affairs department, has confirmed that the results have been made public.
Candidates in eight states who have outstanding debts to the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) for various services will not receive their WASSCE results for the year 2023.
On Monday, WAEC announced this to the press at their Yaba headquarters.
Inability to pay for services delivered was cited as a major obstacle to the examination body’s operations.
The National Officer of WAEC, Mr. Patrick Areghan, said, “About eight states are owing WAEC,” in response to an inquiry about which states owe WAEC money. Some of them are going to have to pay, so we won’t name them all.
But the two countries with the greatest debts are Zamfara and Niger. Areghan remarked, “Once again, Zamfara did not submit a candidate for this year’s WASSCE.”
Where Can I Find My WAEC Score?
Participants in the 2023 WASSCE can view their scores either online at the WAEC’s result-checking portal or via text message (SMS) if they don’t have access to the internet.
If you want to verify your status through text message, here’s what you need to do.
In a text message, enter WAECExamNoPIN*ExamYear.
Reach us at 32327.
A message with your WAEC result statement will be sent to you immediately.
The price of this service is N30.
Follow these steps to access the WAEC online result checking portal.
If you took the WAEC exam, please enter your exam number below.
Pick an appropriate exam year, such as 2022.
SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULT is one option for
A card number must be entered.
The card’s PIN number must be entered.
Your WAEC 2022 results will be shown after you click the Submit button.