According to recent reports reviewed by the West Africa Examination Council WAEC in the form of statistics which revealed that of private candidates for 2022 popularly known as GCE
The record’s showed 1886 candidates, representing 26.32%, obtaining credit and above in a minimum of five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
The statement also noted that “2,835 candidates representing
39.56%, obtained credit and above in a minimum of five
subjects (with or without English Language and/or
Of those that got English and Mathematics, “917(48.62%) were
male candidates, while 969(51.38%) were female candidates.
The record’s showed
This disclosure was made known by the body’s public affairs department where it was made known that the performance of private candidates in the year 2020 dropped from 32.23% to 30.11% in the year 2021.
He concluded“the results are being released barely 30 days
after the end of the examination, 15 days earlier than the
promised period of 45 days.”