Waec withholds over 26,434 results as it releases 2018 wassce results.

In a press release signed by Mrs Agnes Teye -Cudjoe, head of national office  of the West African Examination Council, on July 13th,
The council has announced the release of the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination  WASSCE results. However, the results of 26,434 has been withheld pending investigation into allerged malpractices during and after the exam.
She said the withheld results will be released as soon as investigation is completed, candidates who are found guilty will have their results totally cancelled. It was further stated that the results will soon be dispatched to the school and candidates are to contact their school heads for their results. Otherwise they can access their results online at                       STATISTICS
A total of 316,999 candidates from 946 public and private senior high schools entered for the exam out of which 1,378 were absent from the exam. the figure represents 158,550 (50.02%) male and 158,449 (49.…

WAEC grading system for 2018 wassce.

The most frequently asked questions among SHS graduates as well as students is on what basis does WAEC transform their exam scores into grades. WAEC grades candidates subject by subject ranging from A1 to F9 with grade A1 interpreted as Excellent  and the best grade a candidate can ever get in the WASSCE examination.

Followed by B2 and B3 which are interpreted as Very good and Good respectively. The 'C' range i.e C4, C5 and C6 are interpreted as credit passes. D7 and E8 are interpreted as passes and the last and the lowest grade F9 interpreted as failure.       With the above interpretation, one would ask how are the figures transformed into letters? ANSWER.      so after the marking of the WASSCE,  the raw scores obtained in all the sections of the subject, i.e  the theory, objective test, practicals, as well as project works are broken down to a hundred percent  by dividing the total marks obtained by the candidate by the total marks of the paper and multiplying i…

West Africa SHS took second position in 2018 NSMQ

The Adentan Based West Africa Senior High School was the only school in Greater Accra to reach the finals of the 2018 national science and Maths quiz;
a competition organized by primetime productions with the aim of encouraging the study of science and maths in Ghana and also to provide a healthy academic competition among senior high schools in ghana.Represented by Akoh Sahene and Tade Abdul Hameed, West Africa SHS put up an impressive performance giving their opponents Adisadel college and the Kwahu based St Peter's SHS a very tough contest though it was their first time to reach the grand finale in this prestigious competition.At the beginning of the contest, Adisadel collage; the four times champions and the 2017 second runner-up of the competition was at a comfortable lead with 24 points at the end of round one leaving St Peter's and West Africa SHS 22 and 17 points respectively.The contest become more tougher and more interesting at the round 4 where the first became…

How to check your 2018 WASSCE results.

The West African Senior School Certificate Examination ( WASSCE) for 2018 school candidates is expected to be released in the first or second week of July. For candidates who cannot wait until the results are being deployed to their respective schools, you can access your results online in a few easy steps. Firstly, a candidate who want to access his/her results online must obtain a WAEC scratch card also known as results checker in order to access the results portal. The scratch card can be purchased from WAEC's website electronically using your Master card, visa card or  Airtel money.
You would have to fill the E payment form and provide an active email address to which the card details (pin and serial number) will be sent to You can also purchase the scratch card at any WAEC office as well as all internet cafe. After the scratch card has been obtained, log on to WAEC's website at using your phone or PC, fill in your index number, examination ye…

How to get an excellent WASSCE grades without hustle.

Getting an excellent WASSCE results has been the dream as well as a worry for many people who wish to attain a higher academic height.   But there is a good news, all the techniques you need to make a onetime yet an excellent WASSCE grades has been compiled in this EBOOK   Compiled by reputable academicians, educationists and psychologist, this book will teach you the trick in passing your exam without too much learning. It also teaches you cognitive skills that will help you store information in your long-term memory.CLICKHERE to download

University of Ghana admission deadline reduced.

The universityofGhana has reduced its 2018/2019 admission application deadline from 31st July to 6th July  2018University of Ghana is Ghana's premier university and the best university among the over 70 accredited public and private universities in Ghana.University of Ghana has remain the first choice university for every Ghanian intending to enroll into a university, for this reason the university always receive a large volume of application every year but due to limited staff and infrastructure, it has no choice than to turn down many applications though these applicants are suitably qualified. In the 2017/2018 academic year, the university received about fifty thousand applications, but unfortunately only fourteen thousand applicants were offered admission.The 2018/2019 admission application was opened on 2nd January this year and was supposed to be closed on 31st July.There is no official reason for the changes. The list of successful applicant is expected to be released in A…


The Basic Education Certificate Examination is an exam conducted by WAEC to student who has successfully completed the nine years Basic education course in Ghana, it serves as a basics for the placement of student into second cycle institutions and also for certification.

As a result of the free Secondary education introduced by the Government of Ghana, the number if candidates who sat for this year's Examination recorded a significant increase over the previouse years.

This year over 500,000 candidates sat for the examination at 546 centre accross the country.

The exam has come to a successful end today meaming over 500,000 people has graduated from the basic school today.

It is expected that not less than 80% of these graduate will be erolled into the various second cycle institutions with a full scholarship provided by the government.
 As ussual the young graduates expressed thier exitement for bringing the nine year journey to a final as well as a successful end, th…