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How to retrieve lost or damaged WAEC BECE/WASSCE certificate

There is nothing best you can do to retrieve your misplaced or damaged West African Examinations Council (WAEC) BECE or WASSCE certificate in Ghana than to do what we are about to tell you right now.

Before we continue with what you can do to recover your lost or damaged WAEC certificate, lets first cautioned you on behalf of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) that results upgrading is fake and not part of the Council’s process.

The Head of Public Affairs of WAEC, Mrs Agnes Teye-Cudjoe in an interview monitored by Georgeweb.org stated that WAEC does not and will never upgrade any result, she added that “no WAEC staff will also contact you in any way to upgrade your result for you”

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The WAEC spokesperson’s comment follows some unscrupulous persons on social media claiming to be working with WAEC and promising to upgrade result of students at a fee.

According to Mrs Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, the WAEC database is secured and can not be tampered with. She said the Council has a system for institutions and tertiary for checking the authenticity of any WAEC results or certificate so any forged one will be easily identified.

How to recover lost or damaged WAEC BECE/WASCCE certificate

Currently, the West African Examination Council does not issue duplicate certificates. This means that once your certificate has been given to you by your School there is no way WAEC will reissue another certificate when it gets lost or damaged.

WAEC, however, now issues Attestation of Results for certificates which have been misplaced or damaged. The Attestation of result is as valid as the original lost or damaged certificate.

The Council only issues Attestation of Results to individual candidates or persons for their possession. The Attestation when ready must be collected personally by applicants from the Offices of WAEC in Accra or your region.

The non-profit-making organization requires applicants to provide the following details for the issuance of Attestation;

  • Your Name (in full as used in the examination)
  • The Name, Month and Year of Examination
  • Your Index Number
  • Passport photograph.
  • A valid identification document.
  • GH¢350.00 Subject to review by the council.

Click here to fill your online Attestation Result request form and enter the necessary details as required.

Source: Georgeweb.org

18 COMMENTS

  1. Please if someone is having wrong date of birth and spelling mistake of his/her on the certificate can you change it Because am having a problem with my WASSCE and BECE

  2. Please I completed Jss in 2006 with candidate number. 301022118 and Certificate name is CONSTANCE WILBERFORCE.
    My certificate got damaged and want a replacement as soon as possible.
    How do I go about it pls

  3. I am from saboba in the northern region, I completed JHS and SHS at saboba( northern region) and Kadjebi, in the Volta Region, I lost both of the certificates (BECE and WASSE) by robbery attack.
    Please where do I go for the attestation. Tamale or Ho?

  4. I am from saboba in the northern region, I completed JHS and SHS at saboba( northern region) and Kadjebi, in the Volta Region respectively, I lost both of the certificates (BECE and WASSE) by robbery attack.
    Please where do I go for the attestation. Tamale or Ho?

  5. I completed school in 2017 and lost my WASSCE certificate last year.Am planning to go for it this November 2020.Am I to pay Ghc 350 ??Because I learnt that the price is Ghc500 after three years of school

  6. Please after paying the 350 cedis at the bank, what next??will I be called for my slip and if yes, how many days will it take after the payment has been done please?

  7. Please I have lots both BECE and WASSCE certificate, where can I locate waec office at Accra so that I can go and pay to receive my attestation result

  8. Please I can’t find my certificate and I don’t remember my index number. Please how can you help me get the index number

  9. Dear sir/madam,
    I completed Secondary school in 1999 at Wesley Day Secondary, today Wey Gey Hey. I lost my certificate and I can’t remember the index number. I need a replacement.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you

  10. Dear sir/madam,
    I completed Secondary school in 1999 at Wesley Day Secondary, today Wey Gey Hey. I lost my certificate I can’t remember the index number. I need a replacement.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you

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