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Note the following if you have plans to sit for WASSCE for private candidates in 2019.
For the second time in a row, the West African Examinations Council has extended its late registration of private WASSCE candidates well beyond the original late registration period.
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For the 2018 WASSCE for private candidates registration, just as it happened in 2017, the deadline was shifted to 7 August 2018.
This move was supposed to enable fresh Senior High School graduates to grab the opportunity to better their grades following the release of their results during the month.
The entry fees were however quite high.
Are you preparing to sit for the private WASSCE in 2019?
This post is a timely reminder to you that you may still have the chance to register very late (as late as July ending or even early August 2019) for the Nov/Dec WASSCE.
Please note the emphasis on the word may.
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It is important that you try as hard as you can to register within the normal registration period. This is usually between February and April.
The traditional late registration for the private WASSCE usually happens throughout the month of May.
It is only when your plans didn’t work out that you would have to find out if this extra-late extension would be available for you to take advantage of.