The 2018 WAEC result is out on www.waecdirect.org.
If you are having problems assessing www.waecdirect.org or you are getting error messages, here’s how to fix the issue.
Last Wednesday WAEC results were released with an announcement that only 49.98 per cent of their candidates obtained credit passes and above.
Ever since then, Nigerian students who sat for the 2018 West African Examination Council (WAEC) certificate examination have been trooping to WAEC’s official website www.waecdirect.org Nigeria to check their WAEC result.
This caused traffic to the website to increase exponentially and in turn, led to a lot of downtime on the site as everyone is eager to check their WAEC result.
Check WAEC Results 2018: How To Resolve Problems/any issue
If you are one of the candidates having issues trying to check WAEC results 2018, perhaps you are getting error messages, you can now resolve the problem by sending an email to the www.waecdirect.org site administrator.
www.waecdirect.org site administrator email is email@example.com
According to information on the website, all you need to do is send the following details to firstname.lastname@example.org for verification and assistance:
- 1. Error message displayed
- 2. Your examination number
- 3. Type of Exam
- 4. Year of Exam.
A total of 1,578,846 candidates registered for the 2018 West African Examination Council examination in Nigeria. Out of this number, 1,572,396 sat for the examination.
A total of 786,016 candidates, representing 49.98 per cent who sat for the examination, obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
The performance, when compared to what was obtained in the same examination in 2016 and 2017, showed a decline
Performance in WAEC result 2016 was 52.97 and for WAEC result 2017, 59.22 per cent who sat for the examination, obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
You can clearly see the results declined.
WAEC council’s Head of National Office, Mr. Olu Adenipekun, added that out of the total number of candidates, who wrote the 2018 WAEC examination, 1,470,338 of them had their results fully processed and released.
A total of 102,058 other candidates had a few of their subjects still being processed, due to errors traceable to the candidates in the course of registration or while writing the examination.
The HNO assured that such errors were being corrected by the council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed and released subsequently.
This year’s examination witnessed the participation of a total of 1,328 candidates with varying degrees of special needs.
Out of the 1,328 candidates, 251 candidates were visually challenged, 783 had impaired hearing; 123 others have low vision while 88 others are spastic cum mentally challenged.
83 of them were physically challenged.
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