Africa Education Watch has put in place a plan to help fight 2023 WASSCE leakage and fraud during the 2023 WASSCE for School Candidates scheduled for July 31, 2023, to September 26, 2023.
How to report 2023 WASSCE Leakage Fraud Activities To EduWatch
To Report 2023 WASSCE Leakage Fraud Activities To EduWatch Follow The Following Procedure
- Once you notice any form of activity in an exam centre, school, on social media platforms, etc as a responsible citizen, you need to take steps to relay the useful information or tip to the Africa Education Watch.
- Gather the needed facts i.e., messages leaking or purporting to leak exam questions and answers, and shared screenshots of exam questions and answers among others.
- Call the numbers provided by Africa Education Watch and provide them with the information you have. The numbers to call are 0303975001 and 0201888889.
- You can also send the details via the dedicated email [email protected]
Africa Education Watch has indicated that it will at all times protect the identity of its informants. “Your Identify is 100% Confidential” the blog post by EduWatch indicated.
Examination leakage and fraud are serious problems that can have a negative impact on the integrity of the education system. When exams are leaked, it gives some students an unfair advantage over others. This can discourage honest students from studying hard and can lead to a decline in the overall quality of education.
There are a number of reasons why it is important to report examination leakages and fraud.
- To protect the integrity of the education system. Exam leakages and fraud undermine the integrity of the education system by giving some students an unfair advantage over others. This can discourage honest students from studying hard and can lead to a decline in the overall quality of education.
- To uphold academic standards. Exam leakages and fraud can also undermine academic standards by making it possible for students to pass exams without actually demonstrating their knowledge. This can lead to a situation where graduates are not qualified for the jobs they are applying for.
- To protect the rights of honest students. Honest students have the right to a fair chance to succeed in their exams. When exams are leaked, it deprives honest students of this right. Reporting exam leakages and fraud helps to protect the rights of honest students.
- To deter future incidents. When exam leakages and fraud are reported, it sends a message that these activities will not be tolerated. This can help to deter future incidents and make it more difficult for people to get away with cheating.
If you suspect that an exam has been leaked or that there is evidence of fraud, it is important to report it to the appropriate authorities. This could include the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), the school where the exam was taken, or the police. By reporting exam leakages and fraud, you can help to protect the integrity of the education system and uphold academic standards.
Here are some tips for reporting examination leakages and fraud:
- Be as specific as possible. When you report an incident, be as specific as possible about what you saw or heard. This will help the authorities to investigate the matter.
- Provide evidence. If you have any evidence of exam leakage or fraud, such as screenshots of leaked questions or text messages from people who are involved, be sure to provide it to the authorities.
- Be willing to cooperate with the investigation. If the authorities ask you to cooperate with their investigation, be willing to do so. This could involve providing a statement or testifying in court.
By following these tips, you can help to ensure that exam leakages and fraud are investigated and punished.
— Eduwatch (@AfricaEduWatch) July 18, 2023