WAEC Releases 2016 May/June Results –
WAEC releases 2016 May/June results – We have made a concluding research about the release of the 2016 WAEC result checker and we are here to make a publication on that. On this note, we are informing the general public that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) examinations results which just got concluded some months ago have been released via the online portal.
According to what was released, it shows that an Approximate of about 53% of students who sat for the said 2016 May/June West African Senior Certificate Examination (WASSCE) made it through making it the highest so far.
We also received Information that about 137,295 candidates (representing 8.89%) had their WAEC results 2016 withheld.
Up till the very moment of this publication, The reasons for withholding of the results were not specified but the cases are being investigated and the reports we received that the investigations will be presented to the appropriate committee of the Council in due course for consideration.
Based on the interview with Olu Adenipekun, who happens to be the Nigerian head of WAEC, stated that “1,552,758 candidates sat for this year’s examination May/June examination, explaining further that out of the 1,544,234 who sat for the exams, “a total of 1,014,573 candidates, representing 65.70% obtained six (6) credits and above; one million one hundred sixty seven thousand four hundred and eighty four (1,167,484) candidates, representing 75.60% obtained five (5) credits and above, while one million two hundred and eighty two thousand two hundred and four (1,282,204) candidates, representing 83.03% obtained credit and above in four (4) subjects.” 1,370,049 candidates, representing 88.72% obtained credit and above in three subjects just as 1,438,679 candidates, representing 93.16% had credit passes and above in two subjects”.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday, July the 10th in Lagos, also gave a warning that the admission of candidates into tertiary institutions will be merit, catchment and educationally less developed states based. In other words, they are merit, catchment and educationally less developed states.
Congrats to all those who made it and for those who have theirs withheld, can contact us via the comment box and surely we will keep you updated on what to do.
WAEC Releases 2016 May/June Results