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WAEC Withheld Results: Reasons It Happens Explained

WAEC has explained the reasons for withheld results. WAEC candidates who saw “Result Withheld” while trying to check their result should see this. You can see part of the reason why WAEC seized your result.

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Withheld WAEC Results

Withheld WAEC Results: Reasons Explained

The West African Examination Council WAEC has clarified that the results of its exams are with-held due to examination malpractices in centres, contrary to speculations that it does so to witch-hunt candidates who performs excellently in their exams.

This was made known by the Zonal Coordinator of WAEC in charge of Lagos and Ogun states, Mrs. C.O. Agwu who said that results of candidates who scored zero are canceled if there is any indicting report about the centre.

“It is not about the score, it is about having reports of malpractices at any of our centres”, she said

Mrs. Agwu advised students to pay adequate attention to instructions, stressing that candidates lose marks when they don’t pay adequate attention to instructions.

On the issue of leakage of examination questions, Agwu said it was due to loopholes from various malpractice agents and examiners.

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