Check WAEC 2010 Results: 2010 SSCE May/June result Checker and Analysis

The WAEC/SSCE (MAY/JUNE, 2010) exam results have been released officially by the West African Examination Council. The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) was released four weeks ahead of schedule.

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NOTE: According to WAEC, Results would be accessible starting from friday 20/8/2010

Below is the analysis of the May/June WASSCE Exam according to the Head of the Nigeria National Office of the Council, Dr. Iyi Uwadiae, who announced the release in Lagos:

    * No. of candidates that sat for WASSCE 2010: 1,351,557
    * 1,058,806 candidates, representing 78.33 percent have two credits and above; 936,470, representing           68.84 percent have  three credits and above
    * 806,583 candidates, representing 59.67 percent have four credits and above
    * 677,007 candidates, 50.09 percent made five credits and above
    * 534,841 candidates, 39.57 percent have six credits and above
    * 337,071 candidates, representing 24.94 percent obtained credits in English Language, Mathematics and         least three other subjects
    * 451,187 candidates, 33.38 percent obtained credit and above in English Language
    * 560,974 candidates, 41.50 percent obtained credit and above in Mathematics.
    * 98 blind candidates also sat for the examination, from which 13 candidates, 13.27 percent obtained               credits in five subjects, including English Language
    * 451,187 candidates, 33.38 percent obtained credit and above in English Language

See also :   WAEC TimeTable 2012 and Syllabus

Of this total number that sat for the exam, he said 1,278,843 candidates, representing 94.62 percent have their results fully processed, while 72,714 candidates, representing 5.38 percent have a few of the subjects still being processed, saying that the Council was still sorting out various errors and omissions mostly traceable to the affected candidates.

All reports on cases of involvement in examination malpractice, he said, have been compiled for presentation to the Nigeria Examinations Committee of the Council in November, adding that the Committee’s decision on the various cases would be communicated to the affected schools and candidates through the Council’s zonal and branch offices.

Uwadiae therefore advised candidates to check the detail of their performance at the schools that presented them for the examination or with their scratch cards on the Council’s results checking website:

Candidate should note that results would be accessible late friday 20/8/2010

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I am using this opportunity to congratulate those that performed well…just start preparing for the next stage…

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