WAEC 2023 DO’s and DONT’s For WASSCE & BECE Candidates
The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) examination for Both Junior and Senior High Schools is scheduled to begin on the 7th of August 2023 to the 26th of July 2023.
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The WAEC examination is guided by some Dos and Don’ts. That’s what you can do and what you can’t once you are in the exam hall.
See Below the Infographic for the WAEC 2023 DOS AND DONT with their Penalties.
Do not bring in the examination hall any foreign material such as notes, textbooks, prepared materials, a blank piece of paper, the manual of a calculator, or any other material which is intended to give an undue advantage.
Do not tear any part of your question paper/answer booklets or take your question paper/answer booklet outside the examination hall during the examination.
Do Not pass notes for help, receive or give assistance or collude in any manner with another person(s). Remember, collusion can be detected in your scripts during marking.
Do Not write the examination for another person or allow another person to write the examination for you.
Please take note of all the DOs and DONT so you won’t get wanted once you are caught We wish you all the best in your final year examination. May success be your outcome.
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