The West African Examination Council (WAEC) invites some school authorities and candidates to assist the Council in the investigation of suspected examination irregularities in the 2022 WASSCE.
In the press statement released on November 22, 2022, Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe the Head of Public Affairs for Head of National Office calls for interdicted persons to assist the Council to investigate the detected examination irregularity cases during and after the just ended WASSCE.
The Council is hereby urging school authorities and candidates who have been invited to its offices to assist with investigations into suspected cases of malpractices to endeavour to honour the invitations to facilitate the speedy resolution of those cases.
According to WAEC, candidates are informed that their refusal to honour such invitations shall not preclude the Council from making a final determination on the cases in question.
WAEC wishes to use this opportunity to caution candidates to be on the alert for websites that may announce the release of fake results and persons who promise to upgrade results for a fee. These are all the activities of scammers.
The council disclosed in the release that the new target date for the release of the WASSCE for school candidates, 2022 results is November 30, 2022.
“Following the successful conduct of the examination and the completion of Co-ordination and Marking exercises at the 49 venues, the Council has commenced
“Also ongoing are investigations into examination irregularity cases detected during and after the examination.”
“The new target date for the release of the WASSCE (SC) 2022 results is November 30, 2022.”