The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has completed investigations into over one thousand 2017 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) results that were withheld, Public Relations Officer (PRO) Agnes Teye-Cudjoe has revealed.
According to her, students whose results were withheld will be able to see if their results were cleared by end of day today [Tuesday].
“At the meeting, we decided to take action and by the close of work today when candidates go online and check their results, they’ll be able to know their fates.’’
“We’ve taken action on all the results so whether it will be released or cancelled, action has been taken. I’ll not be able to give details on how many have been cancelled and how many have been released now,’’ she told Accra based Citi FM.
WAEC withheld 1,298 subject results of some candidates who sat for the examination over alleged examination malpractices.