The West Africa Examinations Council, (WAEC), has discharged the aftereffects of the private applicants who sat for the Nov/Dec 2016 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Head of National Office (HNO) of the WAEC, Mr. Olu Adenipekun, reported this on Friday in Lagos.
The breakdown demonstrates that 88,290 guys, speaking to 51.12 for every penny and 84,409 females, speaking to 48.88 for every penny sat for the examination.
As indicated by Mr. Adenipekun, 66,497 competitors, speaking to 38.50 for every penny, got credits or more in five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
Likewise, 72,229 competitors, speaking to 41.82 for every penny got credits or more in six subjects.
An aggregate of 95,294 speaking to 55.18 for every penny acquired credits or more in five subjects.
Mr Adenipekun additionally said that 116,133 hopefuls, speaking to 67.25 for each penny, got credits or more in four subjects.
He recognized slight change in the execution of hopefuls who sat during the current year’s examinations contrasted with 2014 and 2015.
“In the rate of hopefuls that acquired credits or more in five subjects, incorporating English and Mathematics in the current year’s examination, there is change in the execution this year when contrasted with the 29.37 for each penny in 2014 and 20.59 for every penny in 2015 individually.
“More framework are being set up, more schools additionally being manufactured, while existing ones are being enhanced.
“We will dependably guarantee the examinations are taken to the spots of living space of the applicants, regardless of the difficulties.
“This is to guarantee that nobody is denied the privilege to instruction,” the Head of National Office said.
He said hopefuls who sat for the 2016 examination can check their outcomes on WAEC site 24 hours after the declaration.
In the interim, the consequences of 13,488 private competitors, out of the 172,699 who sat for the examination have been withheld regarding different instances of acts of neglect.