The Federal Ministry of Education has printed that candidates in the south-east part of the country who had been unable to sit down for some subjects in the ongoing West Africa Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE), due to the sit-at-home order imposed by using the leadership of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), will be given another chance to write the examination.
This was once disclosed by way of the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr Sonny Echono on Monday, September 20, whilst monitoring some examination centres in Abuja. Echono who condemned the disruption of the tests by way of the sit-at-home order expressed optimism on the behavior of the examination in some components of the us of a so far.
South -East WASSCE Candidate Who couldn’t write Exams To Re-Sit
And he guaranteed the affected students that the ministry will put the fantastic measures in place to ensure that they are given other opportunities to write the exams.
WASSCE is an international examination body failing to take part in the examination may lead a student to not getting admission and possible not being able to study abroad.
And a such can course a candidate another/ student another extra year to register and re write.
South -East WASSCE Candidate Who couldn’t write Exams To Re-Sit.