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    WAEC reveals candidates, centres to face cancellation, ban

    The National Examination Committee (NEC) of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has affirmed sanctions for all hopefuls and focuses that were engaged with misbehavior.

    This was made known at the two-day 67th gathering of the panel held in Lagos.

    NEC approved discipline for competitors previously pummeled with Cancellation of Entire Results (CER) and Cancellation of Subject Results (CSR).

    WAEC Head of Public Affairs, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu, in an announcement said failing applicants will be banned from sitting for examinations for a specific number of years and included that influenced hopefuls and examination focuses were properly educated.


    "Be that as it may, the consequences of competitors who were absolved by the board of trustees will be discharged", it read.

    "The board thought about extraordinary cases, forgiveness cases and compensation cases from the WASSCE for private competitors, 2018 second arrangement and 2019 first arrangement."

    The representative said the board got a report on the insights of passages and results for the WASSCE for school competitors 2018, and furthermore got and considered the general list of references of the Chief Examiners' reports on the WASSCE for private applicants, 2018 second arrangement.

    "The board of trustees got and considered reports on the exercises of the Aptitude Tests Department (ATD) for the period between October 2018 to February 2019 and on the exercises of the exploration division of the committee for the period between October 2018 and March 2019.

    "As to the general list of qualifications of the main inspectors' reports on the WASSCE for private applicants, 2018 second arrangement, the council noticed the perception by the central analysts that the standard of the papers contrasted positively and those of earlier years and that the clearness and unambiguity of the inquiries were deserving of note.

    "They likewise announced that the rubrics were clear, questions were unequivocal and the stamping plans were complete. The board of trustees noticed the different weaknesses of the competitors as detailed by the central analysts," Ojijeogu noted.

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