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Have you been asking when WAEC 2024 is starting?, are you among the candidates who want to sit for the 2024 WAEC? Are you looking for the up to date information about your WASSCE? You are in the right place. Keep reading!!

when is waec 2024 starting

Keeping yourself informed about significant dates and information is essential if you’re a student getting ready for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) exam.

We’ll provide you with all the information you require regarding the 2024 starting date of the WAEC examination in this article.

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When is WAEC 2024 Starting?

Consequently, for Private Candidates, the First Series of the WASSCE  has already wrapped up, running from January 31st to February 17th, 2024.

Keep a watch out for the Second Series, which is usually held in August or September although dates and official confirmation are not yet available.

On the other hand, for School Candidates, the May/June Series of the WASSCE for School Candidates kicks off on Monday, May 6th, 2024. It concludes on Friday, June 21st, 2024.

Remember, these are scheduled dates and might change slightly, so make sure to check the official WAEC website for the latest updates.

The Exam date is for candidates who have registered and will be sitting for the exams from their various schools in Nigeria

This WAEC starting date is very important because it will help in preparing candidates for scheduled and better studying.

Most importantly, this WAEC commencement date is for candidates who reside and register their WAEC in Nigeria.

However, for candidates from other West African countries, you are advised to visit https://waec.org for updates.

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Candidates, schools, and school’s principal have received a warning from the West African Examination Council. This warning is that they will not condone or engage in any kind of examination malpractice or misconduct.

The West African Examination Council (Council) has issued a warning, stating that any institution caught engaging in exam misconduct will be penalized.

They will face a fine of N500,000 to WAEC and possibly lose their accreditation.

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