Official: WAEC Ghana releases NOV/DEC 2020 Centres for Private Candidates [Check Here]

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The management of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has issued a new schedule for the conduct of the WASSCE Private Candidate Examination as well as the 2020 Nov/Dec Candidate Centres. In order to know the different centers they are going to sit for the November/December examination, prospective candidates can now check their Nov/Dec centres.

The private examination, which begins on Friday, November 20, 2020, will end on Tuesday, December 22, 2020, according to the timetable.

How to check your 2020/2021 WAEC Nov/Dec centres

Right now, the 2020 Nov/Dec centres and candidates Index numbers has not been released by WAEC, you can to bookmark this page and check back later for more details on how to check your centres and index numbers.

  1. Visit the WAEC Registration Portal here.
  2. Click the “click here for admission notice” link.
  3. Ignore warning on the bottom right by clicking “ignore warning”.
  4. Enter your Index number or invoice number.
  5. Click continue to view and print your Nov/Dec centers.

Note: The Council requires you to print and come along with your admission notices before allowed to write each paper.

How To Pass NOV DEC Exams 2020

Passing any exam has never been an easy task. In fact, most people are frightened at the thought of having to face an examination.
Taking the West African Examination Council (WAEC) exam for Senior High School is one of those exams that most students dread.

Indeed other exams organized by the Council into the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) are not easy. It comes with its own difficulty but the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is not easy.

For most students who fail in this exam, it is a major blow because it is one of the biggest impediments to progressing to pursue tertiary education.

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Fortunately, those who fail in the exams at the end of their 3-year academic period in Senior High School (SHS) have an array of hope to correct the wrongs by taking the private WASSCE which most people call Nov/Dec.

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It is Nov/Dec because, at the inception of it, it was usually written between November and December, however in recent times, the exams are written far before November.

In this article, I’ll like to share a few tips on how to pass the Nov/Dec exams. This is important because it is for persons who may still be dealing with the trauma of failing a major exam.

Before we jump into the detail let us talk about Who can write Nov/Dec exams.

The Nov/Dec exam is open to 3 classes of people:

  1. People who are in Senior High School but want to try their hands at writing the WASSCE exam
  2. People who have completed Senior High School but failed one or more subjects and want to correct it.
  3. Persons who have not attended Senior High School or dropped out of Senior High School but wish to further their education.

The first group of people, those still in Senior High School are sometimes challenged from partaking in the exams.

How to register for Nov/Dec

Registering for Nov/Dec is similar to registration for the main WASSCE exams but this time, with an authorized private agency or school.

The registration involves taking your biodata (name, date of birth, ID etc). You will be required to indicate the subjects you will be taking.

NB: The number of subjects you wish to write determines the cost. As a general rule, the more the subject, the lower the cost.

It will take a few weeks before your index number will be given.

How do you make sure you pass this time around?

It will require a little more thinking and commitment if you want to pass your Nov/Dec. Most people say it is more difficult to pass the Nov/Dec than the actual WASSCE but I disagree.

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Here are a few pointers:

1. Psych yourself up: On the myth about Nov/Dec being difficult, compared to the May/June exams, it is only a saying to encourage people to study hard and pass once and for all. Taking the May/June and Nov/Dec exams, there is really no significant difference between them.

The important thing you should be doing is psyching yourself up. I think it is more of an emotional battle than the physical paper you are going to write. You will be dealing with the feeling of failure that you couldn’t make it the first time and the anxiety of taking an exam which in the worst case will mean another 1 year delay in your formal education journey. (Most Nov/Dec sitters are those who failed a subject or more in the May/June exams and are looking to better their grades to qualify them into tertiary institutions).

You may contact us at any of our Offices listed below for more info:
(1) GREATER ACCRA REGION
Private Candidates’ Examination Administration Department (PCEAD)
Tel: 0302-686007
(2) ASHANTI REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Kumasi
Tel: 03220-34448
(3) WESTERN REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Sekondi
Tel: 03120-46334
(4) CENTRAL REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Cape Coast
Tel: 03122-96508
(5) VOLTA REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Ho – 03620-28254
(6) EASTERN REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Koforidua – 03420-20923
(7) BRONG AHAFO REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Sunyani – 03520-27016
(8) NORTHERN REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Tamale – 03720- 23092
(9) UPPER EAST REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Bolgatanga – 03820-23232
(10) UPPER WEST REGION
The Branch Controller, WAEC, Wa – 03920-22278

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