WAEC May/June 2015 result has been released following the statistics that was released by The Head, National Office of the Council, Charles Eguridu at a news conference in Lagos.
Candidates can now check their result from WAEC official portal From NOW.
Presently, you might encounter difficulty in checking your result due to the number of traffic the website is receiving.
If you’re unable to check it now, you can try checking it at night when the traffic will be less.How to Check WAEC 2015 May/June Result Online
1. Buy WAEC scratch card from any Banks, Post Office, Authorized Dealers and WAEC office nearest to you in your area.
2. Go to WAEC result checking official portal at www.waecdirect.org
3. Enter your center number and seat number in the required space. Your registration should look like this:4310963***.
4. Select the year you sat for the exam i.e.2015.
5. Select your exam type i.e.May/June.
6. Finally, enter your scratch card pin and serial number in the required space and then click submit to view your result.
You can share your results with other readers via the comment box.HOW TO CHECK YOUR RESULT WITHIN 2MIN USING SMS
Send SMS in the format below:WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear
To short-code32327(MTN, Celtel & Glo subscribers)
For example –: WAEC*4250101001*123456789012*2007 Note:
Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above.
There should be no space in the message. Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only)
2015 WAEC GCE Result Statistics.
Following the conclusion of investigations of cases of examination malpractices detected during the conduct of the examination, 1,859 candidates had their subject results canceled and 453 candidates had their entire results cancelled.”
“Additionally, the entire results of candidates presented by 185 schools have been withheld while investigations into alleged examination irregularities are being conducted. This number includes 119 schools which were involved in ma$$ cheat*ng the objective test and were identified with the aid of the new anti-malpractice software which were call item deferential profile,” he added.
A total of 268,771 candidates took part in the exams from 868 public and private second cycle schools.