Filed in WAEC by on August 8, 2013 1 Comment

The WAEC on Wednesday releases the results of candidates who sat for its MAY/JUNE 2013 Secondary School Certificate Examination.

According to The Head of National Office (HNO) of WAEC, Dr Charles Eguridu, who herald the release of the results assert that candidates can check their results online on the council’s website within 24 hours of the declaration of the results.

The results is yet to be publish on the council website as at the time of publishing this article, however, liveschoolnews impel all concerned candidates to keep checking the WAEC website to check result when it eventually release online.

Liveschoolnews has deem it necessasry to publish the procedure/steps for checking the 2013 May/June WAEC results.


Step 1: Log on to the WAEC result checking portal @

Step 2: Supply your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number. (ie. your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate seat number eg. 4123456789).

Step 3: Enter your examination year. Eg 2013.

Step 4: Select the type of examination you sat for. (select May/June.)

Step 5: Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.

Step 6: Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card

Step 7: Click “Submit” and wait for your result window to come up, then print.

How to check your WAEC result using SMS

You can check your WAEC result via SMS. To check your WAEC 2013 result with a mobile phone, you will need to buy the WAEC Direct Scratch card and simply send a short code in this format:

WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear to 32327. For example, if your WAEC Examination number is 42966731, your PIN is 123456, and you sat for WAEC 2013 May/June, send WAEC*42966731*123456*2013 to 32327.

The WAEC SMS result checking service costs N30 per SMS and is available only on Glo, Airtel, and MTN networks.

Sending your WAEC result to your email With the result checker function at the WAEC Direct website, you can send a copy of your WAEC result to your email address. This will make it easily accessible when ever you need it. My advise is that you send a copy to your email address when checking your WAEC SSCE result at the WAEC result checker portal. This is because you have only 5 access to your WAEC result per scratch card.

Sending a copy to your email means you can access it as many times as you want via your email.

To send your WAEC result to your email, select the Send results to Email option on WAEC result checker, after you have logged in and enter your email address and click submit. A copy of your WAEC result will be sent to your email address.


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  1. easyarc yusuff says:

    let us know what is necesary on what is happen nowaday on edcation

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