October 29, 2020

2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE Registration Fees and Deadline

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I’m aware you are here to check the Nov/Dec WASSCE registration fees and the deadline or closing date for the year 2020.

I can also sense that you will be glad to discover other essential facts about the private WAEC/WASSCE registration process.

Maybe you wish to know if the 2020 NOV/DEC WASSCE registration is still in progress. That is a legitimate question given the uncertain times we are in.

Well … you’ve come to the right place.


The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown all human plans out of gear. And that includes the Exam schedule for the NOV/DEC WAEC/WASSCE too. The current information on the official NOV/DEC Registration website is not very clear. I will keep you posted regarding any significant development. For now, you can visit the WAEC website for any information you may need.


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I sure will give you the details about the NOV/DEC WASSCE registration fees and the deadline or closing date for private candidates’s registration that will blow your mind.

So prepare for just that!

But before we continue …

I published a post back in 2019 that I know will be of great interest to you. That is, if you’re an aspiring Nov/Dec WASSCE candidate, a tutor or a parent.

So, start by going through what comes next. It will give you vital information you might not find anywhere else.

Here we go.


This post is being updated in real time. I intend giving you all the latest info right from WAEC as it happens.

My prediction has come to pass.

This is the latest update of this post. It has become necessary following the usual happenings at WAEC.

Click on the link below to read our prediction several months ago.


Here is the latest.

Short Notice!!!

Extra Late Registration Deadline at Ghana-WAEC  EXTENDED to August 12, 2019.

I know there are some sighs of relief right now. Who doesn’t like good news like this? We all do, right?

Now you know.

Let’s now quickly move to the main thrust of this post.

2020 Nov/Dec Registration Details

You can now take a look at your WASSCE registration fees for the Nov/Dec 2020 exam.

There are other related facts down the line.

Here are the biometric registration fees and other facts about the 2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE for private candidates.

IMPORTANT:The WASSCE registration fees listed here are for candidates in Ghana only.

You will also find a complete list of the banks designated by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) for the payment of all entry fees.

Oral English and Oral French fees are also included.

I have not forgotten about the fees for practicals and project work.

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The registration period and closing date for the normal and late registration for the Nov/Dec WASSCE for private candidates are also provided below.

The penalty fee for late registration in the 2019 Nov/Dec WASSCE  is included as well.

Please note that for the past two years or so, WAEC has been extending the late registration for the WASSCE for private candidates to as late as August.

It may happen again in 2020. So, watch out.

No need to be complacent …

But you must note that even if the closing date for the penalty period of the Nov/Dec WASSCE biometric registration is further extended to even August, you will still need to pay a hefty penalty. 

So why don’t you register during the normal Nov/Dec WASSCE registration period if you can?

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers About WAEC/WASSCE

Finally …

Here are the details about the WASSCE registration fees you’ve been searching for.

I am delivering on my promise to give you relevant information concerning the registration fees, closing dates and WAEC-designated banks for the 2020 November-December West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

How to Get Your WASSCE Certificate Without Attending Senior High School

Find also the time you will be given access to your index number and admission notice

Registration Dates

Registration and Payment: 10th February to 11th July 2020.


Registration Fees for Applicants in Ghana

1 Subject:  GHS328.18

2 Subjects:  GHS341.24

3 Subjects:  GHS354.30

4 Subjects:  GHS375.67

5 Subjects:  GHS394.67

6 or More Subjects:  GHS412.47

Oral English & French Fees

English (Oral): GHS36.00

French (Oral): GHS36.00

Practical/ Project Work Fees

Click here to know your Nov/Dec WASSCE practical and project work subjects for private candidates only.

Practical Work: GHS50.00 per subject

Project Work: GHS50.00 per subject

Penalty Fee for Late Registration

The penalty fee for late registration for the 2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE is one and half times the total normal registration fee.

In other words, an applicant, during the late entry period for the 2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE, will pay an extra fifty per cent on top of what was paid during the normal registration period.

Correction of Entries Fees

This applies to any corrections you want to make after you have submitted your entries.

Correction of Centre Name, Date of Birth, Address, Substitution of Picture and Substitution of Subject: GHS100.00

Addition of another subject: The normal entry fee applies.

Click here to know the banks where you are supposed to pay your registration fees.

So … what next?

While you take the necessary steps to register for the Nov/Dec WASSCE, you must also access your study guides to prepare fully for the examination.

Meanwhile, trust WAEC to do the unpredictable.

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I will surely keep you posted up to even August and beyond.

Thank you!

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Ralph Nyadzi

Ralph has a passion for the teaching and learning of Language and Literature mainly because these two help him to understand and appreciate why people act the way they do. Over the past two decades, he has coached over 5000 students and adult learners to achieve their educational goals. Ralph is the founder and CEO of Cegast Academy.

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