1.57m Candidates Sat For WAEC As Public Students in 2018 - NBS

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The West African Examinations Council Results Statistics 2016-2018 reflected that a total of 1.57m candidates sat for WAEC in 2018 as public students as against 1.56m candidates in 2017.

822,941 of the candidates were male while the remaining 748,595 were female. 849,069 of the candidates had 5 credits and above including English Language, 1.06m had 5 credits and above including Mathematics while 756,726 of the candidates had 5 credits and above including Mathematics & English Language. The percentage of candidates with 5 credits and above including Mathematics & English Language is put at 48.15%.

Similarly, a total of 109,798 candidates sat for WAEC as private students in 2018 as against 133,258 candidates in 2017. 54,417 of the candidates were male while the remaining 55,561 were female. 47,122 of the candidates had 5 credits and above including English Language, 47,434 had 5 credits and above including Mathematics while 37,184 of the candidates had 5 credits and above including Mathematics & English Language. The percentage of candidates with 5 credits and above including Mathematics & English Language is put at 33.81%.

Lagos state has the highest number of candidates as public students while the state also has the highest number of candidates as private students who sat for the examination.

 

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