The West Africa Examination Council(WAEC), has postponed 2021WASSCE for school candidates to another convenient month due to certain circumstances.
This was made known in a meeting conference held by the head of the examination board, Mr. Patrick Areghan on Friday, April 9, 2020.
The purpose of the meeting was to reassure the aspirants that the previous examination date which was earlier made by Mr. Patrick on an occasion while releasing the results of the private candidates that sat for the second series examination, has been shifted.
According to Mr. Patrick, the examination which supposes to match the distinctive month (May/June)ever since the board was created, except for the 2020/2021 exam which was threatened by the spread of Coronavirus.
Pointing out the effects that delayed the previous examination, he said that “It will, therefore, not possible to have the examination in May/June this year.”
“Consequently, the council wishes to inform schools, candidates, and the general public that the examination will hold from August 16, 2021, to September 30, 2021,” Source announced.
With 3 months in mind, before the start of the examination, all the students are therefore advised to concentrate on their studies and also avoid the spirit of procrastination. Opportunities like this have helped many students specifically, the ones that participated in the 2021 WAEC.
While preparing, keep in mind that the covid-19 protocols are the number 1 key that will safeguard you from getting the deadly infection.