There are some things you need to know after writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). Without this information, you might believe the wrong things.
Here are 5 things you need to know after WASSCE – AftaWA
1. WAEC does not want you to fail
AftaWA, it is very common to hear the phrase “Your failure is our success”. The truth is, no one is looking out for your failure in the exams. WAEC is only responsible to give you what marks you earned.
2. All scripts are marked
Every individual script is marked not even once but twice and sometimes three (3) times. If you have it in mind that WAEC conjures scores for you then you must have it all wrong.
4. Scripts are crosschecked for errors
AftaWA scripts are marked, a committee is responsible for cross-checking the marks apportioned. If errors are detected, corrections are quickly made.
4. Serious malpractices are not handled lightly
Malpractice during exams is not detected only in the exam hall but during marking. Examiners may easily detect malpractice based on answers a group of students provides. Once an examiner tags a set of scripts as “malpractices” the students’ scripts will be dealt with according to WAEC rules on malpractice.
5. The top-scoring student for the year is award
Every year, WAEC awards the top-scoring student of WASSCE. The person is then published as the overall best WASSCE candidate for the year. The same goes for the overall best school in that year.
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