In this post, students who sat for the West African Examination Council GCE exams in August/September will get to know when the 2019 WAEC GCE result is out and how to check the results online.
According to the examination council, students who sat for the August/September WAEC GCE 2019 exams can now check their results online.
The WAEC GCE second series result will be out in November 2019. The release of the results was officially announced on Friday November 15th 2019. Read more here.
Below are the 2019 schedules for registration, exams and result release;
- The WAEC first series registration will start from October to December, the exams holds in January and February and the results are released in March.
- While the WAEC Second Series Registration starts from May to July, the exams holds in August and September and the results will be out in November.
This is the official WAEC GCE calendar for results, registration and examination. Students who intend to register for JAMB with awaiting results and intend to gain admission this year are to observe the WAEC calendar carefully to know the time-frame given for registrations, exams and also to know when the WAEC GCE result is out.
Now that you know when WAEC 2019 exam results will be coming out, you have to make sure you upload your WAEC result to JAMB portal before the deadline because candidates with O’level awaiting results will not be considered for admission.
WAEC GCE Result is Out, See How to Check 2019 Second Series Result.
Students who sat for the WAEC GCE 2019 second series exams for August/September and are not any debt to the council can check their 2019 results online using the result checker pin on the portal and via SMS
How to Check WAEC Results 2019 Online (Second Series)
- Visit the WAEC Result Checking Portal on www.waecdirect.org
- Enter your WAEC Examination Number
- Input your exam year
- Enter your WAEC ePIN number.
- Input the PIN serial number.
- Click Submit.
A windows will pop up displaying your result.
How to Check WAEC Result with SMS
To check your WAEC GCE results through SMS, you can proceed by first purchasing the WAEC scratch card, then send an SMS to WAEC in this format; WAEC*Exam Number*PIN*Exam Year to 32327. Ensure that the message contains no space.
If you use the format correctly, you will get your results in your phone via sms.
Students who cannot check their GCE results can contact WAEC support via email on [email protected] or call 01-9049320.
- WASSCE and GCE Registration Template
- WAEC GCE January/February 2020 Registration
- WAEC GCE Second Series Registration
WAEC has also announced that it will be introducing CBT for its objective exams. The examination council believes the introduction of CBT will help tackle malpractice.
According to the outgoing Registrar to council, Dr Iyi Uwadiae
“To this end, WAEC-owned Computer Based Test (CBT) installations have continued to spring up for use by the council and public/private institutions/organizations, while e-marking software and equipment have been deployed for the marking of selected subject papers.
“The secretariat too has paid a deserved attention to the issue of examination leakages and resolved to settle for nothing short of total eradication of the nuisance.
“Other types of malpractice also received our deepest reflection, as the council constructed or furnished for use, its own standard/model examination halls in places like Lagos and Benin City in Nigeria, Accra, Cape Coast, Wa and Koforidua in Ghana as well as Tubmanburg in Liberia,’’