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WAEC Result Update 2022
This is to inform candidates that the West African Examination Council (WAEC) just released the WAEC result for students who participated in the 2022/2023 West African Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE) which was concluded on June 2022 is out.
Is WAEC Result 2022 Out.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) just released the WAEC result for students who participated in the May/June 2022/2023 West African Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE).
When Will WASSCE 2022 Results Be Released
Monday 8th Of August, 2022
Having known that, the question on whether WASSCE result has been released or not has been answered. However, the major focus of this article is to help students on how to check the result and this will put a stop to “I want to check my waec result”.
This is to inform candidates that sat West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates, 2022 that the results of that exam has been released tomorrow (Monday).
The steps on how to check the result will be explained in details as I proceed and more importantly the performance rate will also be shared.
WAEC Result Statistics 2022
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released the result statics of the 2022 WASSCE for School Candidates.
According to him, a total of One Million, Five Hundred and Seventy-Three Thousand, Eight Hundred and Forty-Nine (1,573,849) candidates registered for the examination while One Million, Five Hundred and Sixty Thousand, Two Hundred and Sixty One (1,560,261) candidates sat the examination.
He explained that of the total number of candidates that sat for the exam, “One Million, Three Hundred and Ninety-Eight Thousand, Three Hundred and Seventy (1,398,370) candidates, representing 89.62%, obtained credit and above in a minimum of any five (5) subjects (i.e with or without English Language and/ or Mathematics;
One Million, Two Hundred and Seventy Four Thousand, Seven Hundred and Eighty Four (1,274,784) candidates, representing 81.7%, obtained credits and above in a minimum of five (5) subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
Areghan said though many challenges were faced while writing the exam, coordinating and marking the scripts, WAEC must be commended for releasing the results within forty-five days.
Sample of WAEC Result
WAEC Result Grading and Meaning
WAEC Grading system and how the examination sheet is marked are what I want to reveal in this article. I know that many candidates who want to write 2022 WASSCE are eager to understand how the examiners is going to mark and grade their scores.
The truth is that you must do well in all the sections the subjects you are writing are divided into. Also you may need to consult your various subject teachers if they are examiner to explain the WAEC marking scheme to you.
- 75 – 100 (%) – A1
- 70 – 74 (%) – B2
- 65 – 69 (%) – B3
- 60 – 64 (%) – C4
- 55 – 59 (%) – C5
- 50 – 54 (%) – C6
- 45 – 49 (%) – D7
- 40 – 44 (%) – E8
- 0 – 39 (%) – F9
From the grading system above, a candidate must score 75% and above to have A in any subject. Additionally, to score A, you must know how WAEC is going to mark your exam booklet.
How the WAEC Examination Sheet is Marked
Every subject has its marking scheme, and it is this guide the examiners used to arrive at the grade you see in your WASSCE result. For the sake of this article, I will explain how Mathematics, English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are marked.
A candidate asked – will I pass if I answered 3 out of 5 questions in WAEC mathematics theory?
SSCE mathematics comprises of 50 objective and 13 theory questions. The theory questions are divided into part I and Part II.
You are to answer ten questions in mathematics theory; all the questions in Part I and five questions in Part II.
The objective questions take 40% of the total mark while the theory makes the remaining 60%. Therefore, for you to score A, you must answer 40 correct questions in the objective and at least 8 in theory.
Now to the main purpose of this article which is how to access your result online and through SMS.
How to Check WAEC Result 2022
It is important for you to know that your examination number , serial number on your scratch card, and PIN on your card are what you need to access it. Ensure that you enter all your details correctly to avoid error.
The steps below will guide you on how to check your result through WAEC portal:
2. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number. (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)
3. Enter the 4 digits of your Examination Year eg 2022
4. Select the Type of Examination
5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
6. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card
7. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up
How to Check WAEC Result Using Phone
Send SMS in the format below:
2. To short-code 32327 (MTN, Celtel & Glo subscribers)
3. For example -:
Note: Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message. Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only).
If you have any problem checking your WAEC result online 2022 or through SMS, don’t hesitate to leave a comment in the box below. We are always ready to help.
Best Students WAEC Result and Their Secondary Schools 2022
The name of the top 3 best students in WASSCE is discussed here with the secondary schools they attended when they sat for the exam
- Yinka-Banjo, Victoria Morenike (606.3196 total score) – Princeton College, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos
- Adebowale, Dorcas Ayooluwa (601.2198 total score) – Emerald Laurel Comprehensive College, Ibadan
- Nwaozuzu Confidence Chinaza (599.605 total score) – Total Education Development Academy, Eke-Owerri, Abia
Best Secondary Schools In Nigeria (Federal And Private) 2022
In Nigeria, there are more than 50 best secondary schools which include Federal, State, and Private secondary schools. Although the focus of this article is on top 20 best Federal Government secondary schools in Nigeria.
However, there is a need to talk extensively of this topic in order to educate my readers and parents/guardians who wants to make a making decision on the colleges they want their children to attend.
There are various criteria used for ranking these schools in Nigeria but I will mention some that top the chart in this article. These ranking factors includes
- Performance in WASSCE or NECO
- Learning Environment
- Teacher to students ratio
- Quality of alumni
- Performance in various competitions like Cowbellpedia, InterswitchSpark, MAN, etc
- Quality of extra curricula activities
The above ranking factors are what distinguish good schools from bad ones and part of the qualities good schools possess.
That said, Nigeria is blessed with colleges that provide quality education to their students and are always ranking at the top chart of best secondary schools in the country. Some of these schools include
Top Best Secondary Schools in Nigeria According to WAEC
The ranking below is in no particular order.
- Loyola Jesuit College
- FGA Suleja, King’s College
- Loyola Jesuit College, Gidan Mangoro, Karu-Karshi Road, Abuja
- Kings’ College, Lagos
- Grange Schools, Ikeja, Lagos Sate
- Ambassadors College, Ota, Ogun State
- Christ The King College, Onitsha
- International School Ibadan UI
- Corona Secondary School, Agbara, Ogun State
- Olashore International High School, Iloko Ijesha, Oshun State
- Oritamefa Baptist Model School
- AirForce Secondary School Ibadan
- Nigerian-Turkish International Academy, Abuja
- Louisville Girl’s High School, Ijebu-Itele, Ogun State
- Lekki British International School
- Premiere Academy, Lugbe, Abuja
- Day Waterman College, Ikoyi, Lagos
- St Francis Catholic Secondary School, Oshodi, Lagos State, Nigeria
Moreover, it is important to point out some schools that are not listed above but they are worthy to be mentioned because of their top performance by their students in Cowbell mathematics competition. These schools are
Secondary Schools that have Won Cowbellpedia
One of the objective of this competition is to raise the standard of schools’ education through unbiased engaging tools that would promote sound education, using a holistic platform that is engaging, educative and entertaining. And the secondary schools below have shown a high level of qualities in the students they breed.
- Scholars Universal Secondary School, Ogun State
- Zionsfield Private School, Lagos State
- Graceland International School, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
- Ambassadors College, Ota, Ogun State
- Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja
- Greater Tomorrow International College
- Adeyemi Demonstration Secondary School, Ondo State
- Halmark Secondary School, Ondo State
- Emilis Academy, Calabar
- Jesuit Memorial College, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
- Advanced Breed Group of Schools
- Federal Government College Suleja
- Ota Total Academy, Ogun State
- Bibo Oluwa Academy, Ilesha
All what I have discussed above is to provide a comprehensive article for you. The aim isn’t to digress from the major topic (best unity schools) but to help you on how secondary schools are ranked in Nigeria and to give a holistic view.
Top 20 best Federal Government Secondary Schools
According to the performance report released by the West African Examination Council and the analysis done by PremiumTimesNg, the school below perform excellently well among the 104 unity federal colleges. The list below is not in any particular order.
- Federal Government Girls’ College, Benin City
- Federal Government Girls’ College, Kazaure
- Federal Government College, Robuchi
- Federal College Academy, Suleja
- Federal Government College, Okigwe
- Federal Government College, Nise&
- Federal Government College, Ijanikin
- Federal Government College, Okposi
- Federal Government College, Ikole-Ekiti
- Federal Government Girls college, Efon-Alaye
- King’s College
- Federal Government College, Odogbolu
- Federal Government College, Ogbomoso
- Federal Government College, Ikirun
- Federal Government College, Enugu
- Federal Government College, Port Harcourt
- Federal Government College, Kaduna