Friday, 24 November 2017

Waec overall performance drops national as 26% of privates candidates score 5 credits

twenty-six per cent of private applicants had 5 credit consisting of maths and english which indicates a sharp drop in outcomes
- approximately 34,664 obtained no less than credit in five topics and above, consisting of english and fashionable arithmetic
- in the meantime ninety eight,506 applicants acquired credit and above in 3 topics at the same time as 83,256 received credit and above in four subjects
the west african examinations council (waec) says 26% of private candidates who wrote the 2017 senior secondary certificates exam (ssce) had 5 credits which includes maths and english which represents a pointy drop inside the outcomes recorded in 2016.
record accrued that the council’s head of nigeria country wide office, olu adenipekun, introduced the discharge of the november /december weight-reduction plan of the examination at a press conference in katsina.

adenipekun said about 1,738 applicants were yet to have their complete outcomes released because they'd some in their subjects nonetheless being processed due to mistakes traceable to them in the direction of registration or writing the exam.
he stated out of all candidates who wrote the examination, 34,664 obtained at least credit in 5 topics and above, including english language and preferred mathematics, representing 26.01 per cent.
“one will discover that the results for 2015 and 2017 are relatively the same. there may be a reason for the pointy drop this year in this category, which we have no longer proved scientifically.’’
adenipekun said sixty five,483 different candidates received credit and above in five subjects even as forty six,824 obtained credit and above in six subjects.
similarly, ninety eight,506 applicants received credits and above in 3 subjects at the same time as 83,256 applicants received credits and above in four subjects, and eleven,763 others received credit and above in two topics.
“the nnc is the very best policy making organ of waec at the country wide stage.
“the committee consists of skilled personalities, with lots of them as serving officials inside the training zone representing a huge range of pastimes inside the affairs of the council’’, adenipekun stated.
file says that the west african examinations council (waec) says it has withheld a total of 14,756 effects in the 2017 october/november
west african senior secondary certificates examination (wassce).

the effects of the candidates in the examination had been withheld over allegations of malpractices, it changed into learnt.
daily believe reviews that olu adenipekun, who heads the national workplace of waec, made the revelation even as pronouncing the end result of the october/november exam.

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