WAEC result 2021 released. Check WAEC online result 2021 For Free. West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) have listed steps to check the result of the WAEC examination. Candidates who participated in the Exam need check WAEC official website for their result for the following countries Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, the Gambia and Sierra Leone. The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced that the results of the 2021 Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) have been released.
This is to inform candidates that sat West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates, 2021 that the results of that exam will be released by WAEC Nigeria tomorrow, Monday, December 2, 2021, by 10.30 am.’’
STEPS TO Check WAEC result 2021
There are basically three (3) ways available for candidates to check the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) 2021 May/June WASSCE Results. This methods are discussed below with detailed example.
Check WAEC 2021 Result Online
- Visit the Waec 2021 portal, www.waecdirect.com
- Form the drop down menu, Select the Type of Examination (e.g. S S S C E).
- Look at the WAEC scratch card, you will see 10 digits, enter your 10-digit Index Number.
- Select your 2021 Examination Year
- Confirm your Index Number and Examination Year. This is to ensure that your examination information is correct.
- Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
- Enter the 12-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card eg. 012345678912.
- Click on the Submit button and wait for the display in the popup window. This may take several minutes. Ensure that popup blocker is disabled on your browser.
To check you result via SMS, send message with the format, WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear, send to 32327.
How to Check WAEC result 2021 On Phone
Apart from the usual WAEC online result checker, candidates who sat for the WAAEC Examination can also check their result through phone via short code SMS. There many oof such code available but here we are going to be sharing with you the authentic SMS code you can use to check your result seamlessly.
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WAEC (FAQs) For 2021 Result
What is a PIN?
The PIN stands for Personal Identification Number. In WAECDIRECT, it is a unique 10-digit or 12-digit number that is required to access the service. The service enables direct access to a candidate’s results via multiple channels. The PIN is found on a valid WAECDIRECT Scratch card and is revealed when cover patch on the reverse side of the card is carefully scratched off.
What is a scratch card?
A Scratch card is a plastic card with a scratch patch on the reverse side that conceals a PIN required to access the WAECDIRECT service. The Scratch card applicable for the WAECDIRECT service is marked “WAECDIRECT ……Access Card” on the face.
Where can I buy a scratch card?
A Scratch card may be purchased at the National Office of WAEC and at any of its zonal and branch offices across Nigeria. It may also be bought from any of the branch offices of Fountain Trust Bank Plc across Nigeria. From time to time it may become available at any other outlets so designated by WAEC. According to the WAEC website, the reviewed price for the Scratch card is currently around ₦450.
How many times can I check my result?
You may check your results up to a maximum of 5 (five) times with the use of 1 (one) Scratch card. In order to check further after exhausting the allowed 5 (five) times you will need to purchase another Scratch card which will entitle you to another 5 (five) result checks.
Can I use one scratch card to check more than one result?
No! You may only use one Scratch card to check one result. To check another result of interest, you will require a new Scratch card. If you misuse a Scratch card by attempting to check another result different from the first one checked, you will be penalised as having used the card, and will be presented with the appropriate error message.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is established by law to conduct and determine the examinations required in the public interest in the English-speaking West African countries, to conduct the examinations and to award certificates comparable to those of equivalent examining authorities internationally.