The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has launched an interactive platform to help improve the performance of WASSCE candidates.
This was revealed in a statement signed by the Head of Public Affairs, WAEC Nigeria, Demianus Ojijeogu on Wednesday.
Ojijeogu noted CV that the information-sharing platform was launched by the Council to effectively engage candidates, before, during and after examinations.
He noted that log in details to the portal, WAECKonnect.com, have been sent to candidates via the email addresses they used in registering for the examination.
“Candidates are advised to log on to the portal: www.waeckonnect.com with the login details sent to their email addresses during the registration process, and avail themselves of this veritable tool for their examination success.”
The statement also advised candidates to access the Chief Examiners reports, which is available on the WAEC website, to learn what errors to avoid while writing the examination.
“Log on to www.waeconline.org.ng/e-learning and check the Chief Examiners’ Reports from 2008 to 2018. This will give you reasons why candidates who sat previous WAEC examinations performed below expectations. It will help you to avoid the errors that made candidates record below-average performance.
“This portal gives a comprehensive analysis of candidates’ performance in all subjects, identifying their strengths and weaknesses, what they failed to do, and what they should have done to perform better. The link again is www.waeconline.org.ng/e-learning.”
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school candidates was billed to commence on April 6, 2020, but was postponed due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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