Barring any last-minute changes, the not-for-profit-making organization (WAEC) has announced November 30, 2022, as the new deadline to release the 2022 WASSCE School results of students who sat for the just-ended examination.
The new results release date comes after an official of the West African Examinations Council told AcademicWeek.com his outfit mid-November this year will release the WASSCE School results online at https://ghana.waecdirect.org/
In a press statement shared with AcademicWeek.com, the West African Examinations Council said its new target to release the provisional 2022 WASSCE for School results is the end of November this academic year.
As part of measures to ensure free and fair 2022 WASSCE for School results the non-profit-making organization (WAEC) said investigations into examination irregularities cases detected during the examination are ongoing.
“The Council is hereby urging school authorities and candidates invited to its Offices to assist in an investigation into suspected cases of malpractice to endeavour to honour the invitation to facilitate speedy resolution of cases,” it stated.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) continued “prospective candidates are informed that their refusal to honour such invitations shall not preclude the Council from making a final determination on the case in question.”
“WAEC wishes to use this opportunity to caution students to be on alert for websites that may announce the release of fake results and persons who promise to upgrade results for a fee,” the Council’s management stated in the release.
A total of 422,883 candidates representing 203,753 males and 219,130 females from 977 Senior High Schools across the country participated in the just-ended Ghana version of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination.
The 2022 edition of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) which commenced on Monday, August 1, 2022, with the Visual Art Project Work options ended on September 27, 2022, with ICT Paper 3 Practical.
A total of seven hundred and seventy-five (775) centres are being used for the examination. Sixty (60) subjects, comprising four (4) core and fifty-six (56) electives were made available to prospective candidates to choose from.