The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has fixed Monday, May 16 for the initiation of the 2022 assessments, The Nation reports. Talking at a preparation on Monday, May 9, Head of National Office, Mr Patrick Areghan noticed that the assessment would end on June 23rd 2022. The Board uncovered “The return to May/June period for the direct of the assessment ought to be celebrated”.He expressed: “Honorable men of the Media, I am really glad to advise you that the lead regarding the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates, 2022 will happen between May 16 and June 23 2022 in Nigeria, crossing a time of six (06) weeks. “The return to May/June period for the direct of the assessment ought to be commended. The meaning of this is that the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the different part States, save Ghana, have now again figured out some shared interest in regard of their scholastic schedules.
This shows a huge recuperation from the staggering impacts, disturbances, and turmoil brought about by the pandemic. We should give praise to the Honorable Minister of Education and his Ministry for this brilliant accomplishment.” The report on the schedule He made sense of that the last International Timetable for the direct of the assessment had been shipped off all schools for their legitimate and fundamental direction.
Areghan likewise said an aggregate of 1,607,975 applicants from 20,221 schools had enlisted for the assessment, WAEC additionally cautioned administrators of rouge sites to stop from their horrifying demonstrations. He said WAEC’s test guidelines stay in one piece and no reason including absence of readiness by understudies, not a reason to connect any examination malpractice.