November/December GCE result is finally out. Over 70 percent of the
candidates who sat for the 2014 examination failed to make five credits
with Mathematics and English Language inclusive.
Council, Charles Eguridu, who announced the results on Thursday at a
news conference in Lagos, said of the total 241,161 candidate who sat
for the examinations in 2014, only 72,522 scored five credits with the
two key subjects, giving a pass rate of 29.27 percent.
He noted that a total of 241,161 candidates representing 97.69 per
cent had their results fully released, while 5,691 others, representing
2.31 per cent had a few of their subjects still being processed, due to
Mr. Eguridu said that the errors were mainly traceable to the
candidates and cyber cafés in the course of registration or writing the
examination and explained that the errors were already being corrected
by the council, to enable the affected candidates get their results.
However, the examination body said it withheld results of 28,817 candidates.
The results have been uploaded online and can now be accessed on the waec result checking website.
How To Check the WAEC Result 2014:
Simply click on the link below to check the 2014 waec gce result;
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