FG Considering GCE as Replacement for WAEC Exams – Minister

FG Considering GCE as Replacement for WAEC Exams – Minister

The Federal Government through the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba,  has said that SS3 students may have to sit for the General Certificate Examinations (GCE) in November if there is no shift in the timetable of the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

The Minister revealed this during the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 briefing on Thursday, July 23, in Abuja.

FG Considering GCE as Replacement for WAEC Exams - Minister

According to him, sitting for GCE examinations may become the only option for Nigerian students if the government cannot convince WAEC to shift its examinations.

He further added that, in the event that Nigeria finally meets up with the WAEC timetable, subjects such as Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba will have to be shifted behind to make room for writing of general subjects with other participating countries.

Nwajiuba said that the government would meet with stakeholders again on July 30, to review the guidelines, provisions, and preparations for safe reopening of schools.

Please note that we now have all WAEC Past Questions, both objective and theory, together with their solutions and answers. You no longer need to carry multiple past questions or books to excel in your coming exams. We now have both Objective & Theory questions and answers for all previous years, which will definitely help you in your coming exams.

1 Comment

  1. I really don’t understand this govt at all
    We waec student has been kept on suspense for long, and it really not nice at all
    I understand that dey are doing this to ensure our safety but,they have been postponing the date for so long which shows that dey haven’t made up there mind. Pls am pleading to the govt to pls fix a suitable date so that we will write this exam successfully

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