The era of mass failure, which often
characterises the performance of Nigerian
candidates in the yearly West African Senior
School Examinations (WASSCE) seems to be
going into extinction, as the West African
Examination Council (WAEC) recorded an
improvement in the 2017 May/June WASSCE.

Summary of the result as announced by the
council’s Head of National Office, Monday, Mr
Olu Adenipekun, showed that 923,486
candidates representing 59.22 per cent
obtained a minimum of credits in five subjects
and above including English Language and
Mathematics.

The percentage of candidates who attained this
feat in 2014, 2015 and 2016 diets were 31.28 per
cent, 38.68 per cent and 52.97 per cent
respectively.


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