WAEC May/June 2011/2012 Results Released
The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has released results of the May/June 2011 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, WASSCE.
Head of the Nigeria National Office, WAEC, Dr. Uyi Uwadiae, said 1,540,250 candidates, consisting of 844,630 males and 695,620 females, sat for the May/June 2011 waec examination.
Of the overall waec number, 1,460,003 candidates, representing 94.79 per cent, have their waec results fully processed while 80,247 candidates, representing 5.21 per cent have a few subjects still being processed due to errors and omissions traceable to the candidates themselves.
Some of these errors and omissions occurred during the online waec registration for the examination and some were committed during the actual conduct of the examination.
He said:â€œThe council will, as usual work assiduously to resolve the errors so that results of the affected candidates can be processed and released as soon as possible.â€ he stated.
The waec results of 81,573 candidates, representing 5.29% of the total number of candidates are being withheld for various reports of alleged involvement in examination malpractice.
According to Uwadiae, 587,630 candidates, representing 38.93% obtained credits and above in Mathematics, while 838,314 candidates, representing 55.34% obtained credit and above in English language.
Similarly, 618,924 candidates, representing 40.55% obtained credit and above in six subjects; 789,288 candidates representing 51.71% obtained five credits and above; 943,187 (61.80%) obtained credit and above in four subjects; whereas 1,084,817 (71.08%) obtained credit and above in three subjects.
A total of 1,223,359 candidates representing 80.15% obtained credit and above in two subjects.
A total of 110 blind candidates sat for the waec examination, while 41 of them, representing 37.27% obtained credit and above in five subjects.
The West Afican Examination Council WAEC 2011/2012 May/ June results will soon be available online.