The West African Examination’s Council (WAEC) has cautioned remedial “virtual” schools by means of advertisement to desist from registration of unqualified candidates for WASSCE 2020 for school candidates as it is unlawful.
WAEC additionally said candidates who are not bona fide students of identified public/personal senior high schools are seemed as unqualified applicants and will have their registration nullified.
“We would like to state categorically that the WASSCE for School Candidates is made available to only students who are in recognized public/private schools and have gone through 3 years of senior high school education. This examination has a 30% continuous assessment component.
Persons who register in through those remedial/virtual schools achieve this at their very own danger because the Council will match the data of all candidates who are registered for the WASSCE for School Candidates, 2020 with existing information in its database.