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The West African Examination Council had just released an official data on the performance of candidates who sat for the May/June 2012 examination across West Africa.

Although better than the previous year (2011), WAEC however expressed dissatisfaction on the poor results recorded.

See details below;

Only 649,156 candidates, representing 38.81 percent of those who sat for the examination, obtained credit in five subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

A total of 1,695,8788 candidates registered for the examination out of which 1,672,224 candidates, consisting of 923,974 male and 748,250 female candidates, sat for the examination.

“Out of the total number of candidates, 1,545,004 candidates, representing 90.10 percent, have their results fully released while 1,545,004 candidates, representing 8.90 per cent, have their results fully released while 150,874 candidates, representing 8.90 per cent, have a few of their subjects still being processed,” the report said.

The examination body also stated that 112,000 candidates’ results, representing 6.70 per cent, are being withheld in connection with various cases of examination malpractices.

The result checking website is not yet updated with this result as at the time of this publication.

Steps and procedures for checking will be published here on as soon as it is out on the website.

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