NEC Approves Cancellation Of Withheld WAEC Results Over Exam Malpractice

NEC Approves Cancellation Of Withheld WAEC Results Over Exam Malpractice

The Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC), of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) in a communique issued at the end of the 62nd meeting of NEC WAEC held in Lagos, has approved appropriate sanctions in all established cases of malpractice in line with the rules and regulations governing the conduct of its examinations.

It was gathered that the the entire results and subject results of candidates involved in proven cases of exam malpractice would be cancelled.

It was also revealed that some candidates would be barred from sitting for the Council’s examinations for a certain number of years.

Schools indicted in exam malpractice will be de-recognised and their Principals reported to the Ministry of Education for disciplinary action while erring Supervisors will be blacklisted.

The communique, stated that these decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates and schools will be duly informed by the Council.

The Committee said further that some candidates would also suffer other sanctions such as barring them from

According to the communique, The decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates and schools will be duly informed by the Council.

The committee also resolved that following cases of schools writing on the chalk board for their students to copy, any school that is warned for abetting and aiding exam malpractice up to 3 times within a period of 5 years will be de-recognized.

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Comments (4)

Gemmss
1 year ago
Wow
sharieperry
1 year ago
Ftc, my school pls help me to chk my admission status 65711293JE
OlaMusiq
1 year ago
lOl... This is kinda funny..

Funny people
Judereal
1 year ago
While they are doing these, they should create facilities and tools that will make education exciting and fun especially in public schools. Teaching Jobs should not be given based on community slots or who-know-who. Teachers should have an exam not just on their subject area but their character and how they relate to people. Their salaries should be increased. Students should have the right to report any wrong doing by a teacher without fear. The WAEC external invigilators should be honest. Schools should give students access to the library for God's sake and share out the text books the government provides to the students. The use of workbooks should be consistent too. Bad teachers should be sacked cos bad students are expelled. And finally, the WAEC scripts should be marked by God-fearing and honest people who are passionate about teaching and not greedy.

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