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Share your WAEC 2022 May/June WASSCE results and get advice here

We believe a good number of candidates that sat the 2022 WAEC May/June SSCE must have checked their results by now. For those who are looking to use their results for admission into higher institutions in Nigeria, the next thing you should consider at this time is if your O'level result is good enough for the course you intend to study and if it meets the requirement of your institution of choice

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If you're yet to check your 2022 WAEC May/June SSCE result, see this publication; WAEC releases 2022 May/June examination results.

Share your WAEC 2022 May/June WASSCE results and get advice here

As you may have known, there is a minimum number of credit passes you must obtain in your O'level to qualify for admission into higher institutions. However, getting the minimum number of credit passes is not all there is. The subjects should equally be relevant or acceptable for the course you intend to study.

In view of this, we are creating this post for candidates who have checked their 2022 WAEC results to share;

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- Their results (Subjects and grades obtained)
- The course they intend to study
- The institution they intend to pick.

Once this is done, enlightened Myschoolers will help them determine if they are qualified to study their intended courses in their respective institutions of choice.  You can equally check out institutions and course requirements yourself by using the Myschool online JAMB brochure.

The outcome will help you know if it is better to change your course of study, the institution or take another O'level exam. The 2022 WAEC GCE (2nd series) registration has been scheduled to end August 31st. You still have time to take advantage of that if you decide to go that route.

So let's get started...

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