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BECE Provisional Results for School and Private Candidates, 2022


BECE Provisional Results for School and Private Candidates, 2022

The West African Examinations Council wants to let everyone know that it has released the preliminary results of the BECE for both school and private candidates in 2022. Last year, both students in school and people who took the test on their own had to take the same test.

The results of school candidates will be sent to their schools by the Council through the Metropolitan, Municipal, and District Directors of Education. On the Council’s website, www.waecgh.org, you can see how Private Candidates performed. School candidates can also check their results on the Council’s website.

STATISTICS

A total of 552,288 people, including 276,999 men and 275,289 women, signed up for the school test. This includes 65 candidates who have trouble seeing, 427 candidates who have trouble hearing, and 54 candidates who need help with something else. Out of the total number of people who signed up for the test, 4,309 people didn’t show up.

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There were a total of 1,144 people who signed up for the BECE for Private Candidates. There were 641 men and 503 women in this group. Out of the total number of people who signed up to take the test, 84 didn’t show up.

EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES

After investigations into some cases of exam cheating found while the exams were being given, the 33rd Meeting of the Final Awards and Examiners’ Appointment Committee for the BECE, 2022, held on January 24, 2023, made the following decisions:

Cancellation of the Subject Results of 416 school candidates and 3 private candidates for bringing foreign materials into the exam room or working together with other candidates;

Withholding of Subject Results of 38 school candidates until investigations into different alleged cases of exam cheating are finished;

All the results of 73 school candidates and 2 private candidates were thrown out. These are Candidates who broke the rules by bringing phones into the exam room;

The full results of 11 school candidates are being held until investigations into different cases of alleged exam cheating are finished.

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In the meantime, the written work of candidates from 40 schools in certain subjects is being looked at. Depending on what happens, candidates’ results that are still being held back may be canceled or made public.

CAUTION

The Council is warning everyone to be careful of scammers who say they can improve results for a fee. Candidates should know that their WAEC scores are safe and can be verified.

CONCLUSION

The Council would like to thank everyone who helped with the exams and getting the results out, especially the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service, the Security Agencies, Supervisors, Invigilators, Examiners, and everyone else who helped in some way.

SIGNED

Victor Brew (Rev)
Head, Legal
for Head of National Office

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