JAMB Result Online Checker - How to Check JAMB CBT Result 2017 - 2018

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Friday, 12 May 2017

Things To Know About JAMB CBT 2017 Examination

JAMB has advised all candidates who are partaking in the 2017 JAMB examination to crosscheck their registration forms before midnight today.
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Dr. Fabian Benjamin, the board’s Head of Media and Information, said the instruction is to ensure total comprehensiveness.


Thursday, 11 May 2017

WAEC Result 2017 Using WAEC Checker - waecdirect.org

This is the West African Examination Council (WAEC) result 2017 update checking portal.

Check your WAEC Result 2017 using the WAEC online result checker scratch card by visiting www.waecdirect.org and proceed to complete all required details ranging from the year of exams to scratch card pins and serial numbers.

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Kindly note that the official WAEC online result checker portal is here → www.waecdirect.org

WAEC Result Checker

Is the WAEC Result for 2017/2018 academic year out online? The rumor that is fast spreading round the internet by some fake people saying that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released its 2017/2018 result online is a fake news. Do you want to hear the truth? The answer is NO, WAEC 2017 result is not yet out... WASSCE 2017 result can not be released at this time because some candidates are still writing exams.

To put you and our esteemed blog readers who are done with or currently writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) on a good ground to get an updated and unadulterated information about the 2017 WAEC result, we created this page.

Candidates can get latest news on WAEC result and as well get email notification from us here at Scholarsinfo.


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WAEC Result 2017/2018 updated info is what you'll get on this WAEC result checker page.

Put your email and phone number on the comment section of this article to get unadulterated updates on 2017/2018 WAEC result.
 
Nigeria has the highest cases of malpractice in the West Africa Africa Senior School Certificate Examination. This is not surprising as every candidates dream is to find themselves in the four walls of the University and they most often than not find themselves falling into the act of Examination Malpractice. Good grades in WAEC result is the sure way of getting admission into the University and to get good grades, you must be ready to pay the price.
Click here to get complete WAEC past questions and answers app for all subjects.

However, to check your WASSCE result online when the result is finally compiled, kindly follow the underlying steps below;


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7 Steps to Check Your WAEC Result Online


Back to how to check your WAEC 2017/2018 result:

Checking and verifying your May/June or Nov/Dec WASSCE/WAEC result online shouldn’t be an issue. These basic steps should explain to you how to go about checking your WAEC result with ease.


WAEC Result 2017


1. Buy a valid WASSCE result checker scratch card for your country

Keep in mind that you must buy the WASSCE/WAEC result checker scratch card for the country that you took the exam. For example, if you took the WASSCE/WAEC exam in Nigeria, Ghana WAEC result checker scratch card will not work for you.


2. Click on the country you took your WASSCE.

3. Enter your 10-digit WAEC examination number
Your 10-digit WAEC examination number is your 7-digit center number followed by your 3-digit candidate number.  Example: 3103556791


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4. Enter your WASSCE/WAEC examination year
For example: 2017


5. Select the type of examination
Nov/Dec WASSCE or May/June WAEC (National)


6. Enter the serial number found on the opposite side of your scratch card.
An example of your Serial Number: GH1400114422.


7. Next, enter the personal identification number (PIN) on your scratch card
Sample Pin: 104855418811.
Then, click on the ''submit'' button and sit tight for the result window to come up.
Bingo!  Your WAEC result should appear after 2 -3 minutes depending on the internet connection. You can save the page.


WAEC Result Checker Portal for All Participating African Countries.

  • Sierra Leone
  • Ghana
  • Nigeria
  • Gambia
  • Liberia 
 
The above 5 countries are the participating West African countries who are actually using the WASSCE standard to evaluate final year senior school students before they can forge ahead to any higher institution.


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How to Check WAEC 2017 Result Online - May/June And Nov/Dec

This is one of the simplest  guide to help you access the WAECDIRECT portal and to check your WASSCE 2017 result with ease of stress.

  • Buy a WAEC scratch card from any Bank, Post Office, Authorized Dealers or any WAEC office nearest to you.
  • Go to WAEC result checking official portal of your country
Nigeria
Ghana
Liberia
The Gambia
Sierra Leone
  • Enter your center number and seat number in the required space. Your registration should look like this: 4310963***.
  • Select the year you sat for the exam. In this case 2017
  • Select your exam type. May/June or Nov/Dec.
  • Finally, enter your scratch card pin and serial number in the required space and then click submit to view your result.

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How to Check Your WAEC Result on a Mobile Phone Via Sms - GCE & SSCE

Recently, WAEC introduced an SMS option for checking WAEC result and that’s quite cheap and easy I must say.

To check your WAEC Nov/Dec or May/June 2017 result with a mobile phone, you will need to buy the WAEC Direct Scratch card for N500.

Next, send a short code in this format below without the quotation marks. “WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear to 32327″.

For example, if your WAEC Examination number is 78965436, your PIN is 123390, and you sat for WAEC GCE in 2015, send WAEC*78965432*123890*2015 to 32327.

The WAEC SMS result checking service costs only N30 per SMS and is available only on Glo, Airtel, and MTN networks.


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Breakdown of 2014 WAEC May/June result for Nigeria:

  • Total Candidates that sat for WAEC SSCE 2014: 1,692,435
  • WAEC results still being processed 86,822 (5.13%)
  • Candidates with fully released WAEC SSCE Result: 1,605,613 (94.87%)
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more (including English & Maths): 529,425 (31.28%)
  • Withheld Result: 145,795 (8.61%)


Breakdown of 2013 WAEC Nov/Dec Result for Nigeria:

  • Total Candidates that sat for WAEC GCE 2013: 296,827
  • WAEC results still being processed 8,433 (2.74%)
  • Candidates with fully released WAEC GCE Result: 288,394 (97.26%)
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more (including English & Maths): 86,584 (29.17%)
  • Candidates with 6 credits or more: 120,115 (40.46)
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more: 161,721 (54.48%)


Breakdown of 2012 WAEC May/June Result for Nigeria:

  • Total Candidates that sat for WAEC SSCE 2013: 1,543,683
  • Total Blind Candidates what sat for WAEC: 117
  • WAEC results still being processed 145,505 (8.62%)
  • Candidates with 6 credits or more: 889,636
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more: 1,074,065
  • Number of results Cancelled by WAEC: 2,176
  • Number of results Withheld by WAEC: 112,865


Breakdown of 2012 WAEC Nov/Dec Result for Nigeria:

  • Total Candidates that sat for WAEC SSCE/GCE 2012: 413,266
  • Total WAEC results fully processed: 406,108 (98.26%)
  • Candidates with 6 credits or more: 161,706
  • WAEC results with issues or not fully processed: 7,158 (1.73%)
  • Number of results withheld by WAEC: 47,289 (11.04%)
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more including English & Maths: 150,615 (37.97%)

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Breakdown of 2011 WAEC May/June Result for Nigeria:

  • Total Candidates that sat for WAEC SSCE 2011: 1,540,250
  • Total WAEC results fully processed: 1,460,003 (94.79%)
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more: 789,288 (51.71%)
  • WAEC results with issues or not fully processed: 80,247 (5.21%)
  • Number of results withheld by WAEC: 81,573 (5.29%).
  • Candidates with 5 credits or more including English & Maths: 472,906 (30.70%)


If you need us to help you with any information at the right time about WAEC May/June and Nov/Dec. Result 2017/2018, kindly provide us your phone number and your email address in the comment box below. Also, feel free to ask any question pertaining to 2017 WAEC result.



How To Check 2016 Nov/Dec WASSCE Results Online


How To Check 2016 Nov/Dec WASSCE Results Online


The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) on Friday released the 2016/2017 examination results.The Council, in its released 2016 Nov/Dec West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, said it withheld the results of 13,488 (Thirteen Thousand Four Hundred and Eighty Eight) candidates, representing 7.81% over various cases of examination malpractices.

Meanwhile, to check your result, follow the steps above:

The reviewed price for the Scratch card is N450 for Nigerians

How To Check WAECDIRECT Result 2017 May June Through  SMS

1. Send SMS in the format below:
WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear
To short-code 32327 (MTN, Celtel & Glo subscribers) For example:
WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2007
Note:
Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above . There should be no space in the message.
2. Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS (sms cost N30 only)

Kindly Note that WAEC Result May/June 2017 has not been released as at Today 24th April 2017

But don’t worry this page will be updated as soon as the result is out.


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WEAC GCE Result 2017/2018 Notification

Put down your email in the comment box below if you want us to send you email notification when your WAEC Result 2017 has been uploaded to WAEC website.


Story of WAEC Result Online




Many years back, checking your West African Examinations Council (WAEC) result was only done by going back to the school where you took your exams or taking the long journey to WAEC’s office.

Presently, the online result verification has been introduced to help make the checking of your WAEC result quite an easy one. We believe that we've dealt with the various steps to checking your WAEC exam result on this page.

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Please Note: You can only check your WAEC result with your scratch card at most 3 times. After this, the scratch card would expire and you will need to get a new one if your results were not printed or saved


It’s necessary to save the WAEC result window on your device else you’d need to purchase another WASSCE scratch card in order to check your WAEC result in the future.
Also, it’s usually great to have a printed version and also a duplicate copy of your original WAEC result to use for different University admissions application.



WAEC Grading system 1992


Below is the WAEC grading system for 1992 downward
Grades Definition Interpretation Equivalent
A1 Excellent 75% – 100% 1
A2 Very Good 70% – 74% 2
A3 Good 65% – 69% 3
C4 Credit 60%- 64% 4
C5 Credit 55% – 59% 5
C6 Credit 50% – 54% 6
P7 Pass 45% – 49% 7
P8 Pass 40% – 44% 8
F9 Fail 0% – 39% 9


Here is the current WAEC grading system.


Grades Definition Interpretation Equivalent
A1 Excellent 75% – 100% 1
B2 Very Good 70% – 74% 2
B3 Good 65% – 69% 3
C4 Credit 60%- 64% 4
C5 Credit 55% – 59% 5
C6 Credit 50% – 54% 6
D7 Pass 45% – 49% 7
E8 Pass 40% – 44% 8
F9 Fail 0% – 39% 9




SSCE Grading system



GradesNumeric ValueInterpretation
A1Excellent
B2Very Good
C3Good
D4Credit
E5Pass
F9Fail





WAEC Timetable 2017


For those candidates who are interested in the WAEC timetable for 2017/2018 examination, kindly click here to access the 2017 WAEC timetable.


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2017 WAEC Syllabus for All Subjects

To get access to the WAEC syllabus for all your WASSCE subjects, follow this link on WAEC Syllabus 2017


If you encounter any issue during the process of checking your result, contact the WAEC office in your region or use the comment box below to let us know what the problem is and we will try our best to reply you in due time.

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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Crosscheck Your 2017 JAMB Registration Forms

With barely five days to the 'D-day', The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has told prospective candidates for this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), to crosscheck their registration forms before Saturday midnight.
Read Also Curbing Exam Malpractices
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Dr. Fabian Benjamin, the board’s Head of Media and Information, said the instruction is to ensure total comprehensiveness.
JAMB closed registration for candidates by midnight on Friday, May 5 and the 2017 UTME is scheduled to hold May 13.
All candidates who desired to do any change on their registration details must have done so as the platform closed finally by 9pm of Saturday May 6.
The Body gave all the candidates the last chance to ensure that everyone is carried along and provided with equal opportunity.
"We also want to avoid a situation whereby candidates will have cause to complain of one incident or the other just before the commencement of the examination,” Benjamin said.

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Curbing Examination Malpractices In 2017 JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has come up with a new method of detecting malpractice in the forthcoming Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.
JAMB registrar, Professor Is-haq Oloyede, said that measures had been taken to detect malpractices in all the examination centres nationwide.
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He revealed that the anti-cheating measures would also be used to detect examinations officials involved in unprofessional conduct, no matter how highly placed such individual may be.
Prof. Oloyede was speaking at a meeting with owners of computer-based test facilities in Abuja.
According to him, the common fraud of multiple registrations by UTME candidates over the years had been detected and curtailed while measures were being adopted to prevent further cheating in exams.
He further explained that candidates that jot answers on papers, clothes or body would be easily caught and if the answers were similar to the questions, the board would carry out an official inquiry to determine the involvement of examination officers or otherwise with a view to prosecuting those found responsible.
He called on the proprietors of Computer-Based Test (CBT) centers to keep to instructions and make plans to ensure that internet facilities and services were up and running and intact during the examinations.

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2017 JAMB Exam Date Still Stands, Introduction of CCTV Cameras

According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), 624 examination centres have being made available for the 1.7million candidates partaking in the 2017 UTME.
According to Vanguard, the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Is-haq Oloyede while meeting with journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, May 9, also said that they (JAMB) were prepared for the 321 blind candidates who will participate in the examination.
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Oloyede also explained that in an effort to put a permanent stop to exam malpractice, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras will be mounted in all the centres and proper and competent security arrangements have been made.
In a statement released by the body"s spokesperson, Fabian Benjamin, the board urged Nigerians to have trust in its processes as they are meant to enhance productivity, eliminate examination malpractice and promote transparency to an unprecedented level.
It reads further: “We registered a number that has never been done in the entire thirty-nine years of the existence of JAMB within a time frame Nigerians were skeptical about. The highest we have ever had was 1.5 million, this is record breaking. We will look at the system so far and make adjustments where necessary to ensure we have a full-proof process of registration and examination. We are always sure of our systems and will continue to broaden our borders of thinking to remodel and reconstruct the Board to an agency that Nigerians will be proud of.
“JAMB wishes to state clearly that it will continue to be very open in all its activities and ensure inclusiveness even in the areas of its finances.
“The disclosure of the actual number of candidates registered is a clear invitation for the public to know what the Board has realised from the sale for this year and we are not perturbed because we have nothing to hide in our dealings. We are determined to make Nigerians proud of us.
“Examination is all about transparency and an agency that conducts such a competitive examination must be above board in all its life cycle. As we conduct the 2017 examination beginning from Saturday May 13, we call on all Nigerians to give us the needed support.
“We will do our very best and where they notice challenges, we will work without hesitation to ensure that it is corrected immediately for candidates to have a smooth examination.
“Nigerians should note that there could be one or two challenges in some centres; but the most important thing is our ability to urgently address such when they rear their face. We use this opportunity to call for patriotism. Let us learn to always support our agencies, they are not as bad as we are always quick to want them to be.
“Nations are grown through innovation and there is no innovation if there is no trial. Please don’t be quick to condemn, rather look at the end result and see how all of us can contribute to the Nigerian education of our dream. We have resolved to bell the cat in order for other public examination agencies to thrive.
“We will also not be distracted by some highly placed Nigerians who, for selfish personal interest of what they were making but which they are no longer making through corrupt practices and others for sheer envy and personal grudges against actors in JAMB, resolved to do everything to paint all our processes even at infancy level in bad light.
“Thank God, the number of registration and short period as against the six months in the past has vindicated us”.
The 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is set to begin on May 13, 2017 - The governing body JAMB has revealed its preparedness for the over one million candidates - JAMB has also equipped examination centres with CCTV cameras to curb malpractice According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), 624 examination centres have being made available for the 1,731,039 candidates of the 2017 UTME. According to Vanguard, the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Is-haq Oloyede while briefing journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, May 9, said also that they were prepared for the 321 blind candidates who will participate in the examination. Oloyede also explained that in a bid to curb exam malpractice, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras will be mounted in all the centres and adequate security arrangement have been made. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1103764-jamb-releases-number-centres-2017-utme-number-blind-candidates-too.html
The 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is set to begin on May 13, 2017 - The governing body JAMB has revealed its preparedness for the over one million candidates - JAMB has also equipped examination centres with CCTV cameras to curb malpractice According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), 624 examination centres have being made available for the 1,731,039 candidates of the 2017 UTME. According to Vanguard, the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Is-haq Oloyede while briefing journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, May 9, said also that they were prepared for the 321 blind candidates who will participate in the examination. Oloyede also explained that in a bid to curb exam malpractice, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras will be mounted in all the centres and adequate security arrangement have been made. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1103764-jamb-releases-number-centres-2017-utme-number-blind-candidates-too.html
The 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is set to begin on May 13, 2017 - The governing body JAMB has revealed its preparedness for the over one million candidates - JAMB has also equipped examination centres with CCTV cameras to curb malpractice According to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), 624 examination centres have being made available for the 1,731,039 candidates of the 2017 UTME. According to Vanguard, the Registrar of JAMB, Prof Is-haq Oloyede while briefing journalists in Abuja on Tuesday, May 9, said also that they were prepared for the 321 blind candidates who will participate in the examination. Oloyede also explained that in a bid to curb exam malpractice, Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras will be mounted in all the centres and adequate security arrangement have been made. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1103764-jamb-releases-number-centres-2017-utme-number-blind-candidates-too.html