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2020 Nov/Dec Index Number and Exams Centres Update – WAEC

2020 Nov/Dec Index Number and Exams Centres Update - WAEC

The 2020 Nov/Dec examination starts on Monday, 23rd November 2020 and if you don’t your exams centres WAEC has the solution for you.

Reports indicate many students are yet to receive their Index Numbers to their respective examination check centres where they will be writing the exam.

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has instructed candidates who are yet to receive details about their centres to check for the centres online using their invoice numbers.

This directive came from The Head of Private Examinations, Mrs Veronica Asante in an interview monitored by GhanaEducation.Org on November 19, 2020.

The invoice number was issued to all candidates who registered for the private examination when they made payment at the designated banks.

Mrs Veronica Asante disclosed that all candidates have to do was to visit the website site of WAEC to check their admission/exams notice and centres.

“Similarly, candidates with index number can also check for this admission notice or examination centres”, She told host of the interview.

“Admission notice is ready, every candidate should check, there is no way a candidate will say I don’t know the centre I will write my exams”, the WAEC staff added.

The Nov/Dec examination was delayed by the infamous COVID-19. The NOV/DEC 2020 examination for private candidates will commence nationwide on Monday 23rd, November 2020. The examination will end on 22nd December 2020. Students are hopeful that the Nov/Dec Exams Centres will be made available ahead of the exam which starts on Monday.

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This examination excludes candidates from the four other West African countries that fall under the WAEC umbrella. 

Students who are to take part in practical’s and project works in Graphic design leatherwork, among others commence their practical examinations on 26th October. However, others such as General Agriculture, Management-in-Living, Ceramics and Food and Nutrition students will have their practical examination on 23rd November 2020.

Find attached for download the full 2020 Nov/Dec examination timetable.


Source: GhanaEducation.Org

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