WAEC News Today

Ogunjobi Moyinoluwa Adekemi, a bright young Nigerian, completed her secondary schooling with honors.

Moyinoluwa received A1 grades in a variety of areas, including economics, English, math, and additional math. The young girl scored 97 in mathematics and 94 in chemistry on her WAEC, which was a big triumph for her.

The letter claims that the clever child has the words “Yes I can” taped on her table as an encouragement to keep working hard towards her objective. Not only that, though.

She took the UTME that same year and scored an outstanding 351. A line of the letter read: “The affirmation “YES I CAN” was written on her reading table as a reminder of her resolve to succeed.

Since Junior Year 1, she has consistently been the top student at her school (Home Science Association Secondary School, Alakuko, Lagos State).”

Read also about Original WAEC Result or about JAMB Registration 2022/2023

In Some Other News………..

While waiting for the results of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, the West Africa Examination Council has announced intentions to make its credentials available to candidates.

At a luncheon hosted by the exam body in Lagos on Tuesday, the Head of National Office, Patrick Areghan, said this.

Additionally, he stated that the digital certificate, which is scheduled to go into effect on Thursday, October 20, 2022, only applies to exam takers between the years of 1999 and the present, with the earlier years being taken into consideration considerably later.

He claims that the new digital certificate cannot be altered or faked and would drive forgers out of business.

“You don’t have to go through the anguish of recovering it,” he remarked, referring to certificates that have been burned, lost in a flood, or devoured by termites. Simply pick up your phone and visit our website to access information directly from the WAEC database.






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