WAEC Schedules NEC Meeting to Decide on Release of 2022 Withheld Results

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The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has disclosed the date for the 74th WAEC Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) Meeting Date for 2022.

The 74th meeting of the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC), of the West African Examination Council, will hold from Monday, 10th October to Wednesday 12th October 2022.

The committee, which is the highest decision-making organ of WAEC on examination-related matters in Nigeria, will be considering the malpractice cases arising from the conduct of the WASSCE for school candidates, in 2022.

Recall that, 1,437,629 candidates, representing 89.79 percent, have their results fully processed and released while 163,418 candidates, representing 10.21 percent, have a few of their subjects “still being processed due to some issues being resolved.

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The results of 365,564 candidates, representing 22.83 percent of the total number of candidates that sat the examination, are being withheld in connection with various cases of examination malpractice.

Candidates whose results were either Held, Withheld, Outstanding, or have any issues are hereby informed to be hopeful as their results will either be Released OR Cancelled.

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Candidates who sat for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination are to note that Withheld Results and Held Results can either be canceled or released based on the decision of the NEC according to the evidence brought before it as to the culpability or otherwise of the candidate on the case(s) of examination malpractice in question while Outstanding Results are released immediately the errors committed by candidates that made it impossible to release their results along with other candidates are corrected.

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  1. It will do WAEC as an intentional examination body needed to be in reminded of its responsibility and extant pedigree in the twilight of the held / withheld/cancellation of WASSCE results against the backdrop of integrity. Justice must be served and judiciously too. The saints must not be unjustifiably punished. I submit.

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