The West African Examination Council has (WAEC), said there is a plan to ensure the 2022 West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), holds in May/June as it extends the registration to Feb 25.
Head of the National Office, WAEC, Mr Patrick Areghan, said these on Monday while announcing the results of the 2021 second series WASSCE for private candidates.
He explained that the interest of all other member countries would be put into consideration, adding that lack of National Identification Number would not be a factor to deprive any candidate from registering.
“Non-possession of NIN will not deprive any candidate from writing the examination and no registration will be rejected because of lack of NIN,” he said.
He then said, it was necessary to extend the deadline for registration in order to accommodate both private and public schools who had yet to register or meet up with registration conditions.
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