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Sierra Leone’s Education Ministry Explains Why Students Not Registered In WASSCE Exam

The Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education has explained why over 7,000 students were left out on the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).

The Ministry said this was as a result of the  school principals failure to upload eligible candidates for the 2023 exams.

According to the ministry, the entry portal officially closed on the 31st March, but as a result of numerous engagements with the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) International, they were able to persuade them for an extension of the portal to April.

Read Also: WASSC Examination Begins This May – WAEC

The ministry said that even though a total of 228, 171 candidates were registered for this year’s exams, 7,450 have few or no chances of attempting the exams as a result of the issue.

The Ministry has pleaded with affected candidates to exercise patience and put their trust in them as they find solutions to the issue.

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