No Excuse: You Can Still Register For WASSCE As Private Candidate
Do you want to pursue a university degree?
There is no need for you to dwell on that thought any longer. Just act now.
You know it is only the candidates that are in secondary schools or external candidates that have registered with a secondary school that can write the West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)?
That situation is a thing of the past because now, private candidates can register for the extermination.
If you feel you are too old to write the WASSCE in a secondary school with a school uniform and cannot face the fact that most candidates you will see at a GCE hall would be far younger than you are, here is an opportunity to get the required O’level to pursue a university degree.
The West African Examination Council had in October announced the first series of its Private Candidate examination.
The examination will be conducted between January and February, beginning from 2018.
The second series in the year will hold between August and October every year.
"Registration is ongoing," the agency said on its Twitter handle.
To register for the examination please visit WASSCE Registration portal.
The registration, which started since October will end on 12 January, after it was extended by two weeks.
Here are the requirements for registration and the time table for the examination that will begin on 29 January and end in February.
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