WASSCE Leaked Questions Disclaimer

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WASSCE Leaked Questions Disclaimer

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has distanced itself from the WASSCE leaks that have been making headlines on social media platforms such as WhatsApp and Telegram. The WAEC has committed itself to eliminate the canker that has persisted for a while.

Some rogue websites have been set up by some criminals with the intent to dupe desperate final year students wishing to excel in the upcoming WASSCE.

Candidates end up paying money to these criminals in order to acquire the real WASSCE questions. For the cash these people have paid, fake questions are sent.

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These false WASSCE leaks, also known as “apor,” are likely to be over due to partnerships between WAEC and key civil society organizations like Africa Education Watch to construct traps for leak collaborators and exam hall aides.

In order to set up traps for “apor” dealers and exam room assistance—typically provided by instructors and invigilators—the Africa Education Watch, also known as Eduwatch, has liaised with WAEC.

How to Pass WASSCE-WAEC Offers Help to Candidates

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has launched a portal to enable candidates both BECE and WASSCE access past questions and marking scheme as well.

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Candidates who desire to pass their exams with flying colors are urged to follow the procedures HERE to access BECE and WASSCE questions.

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