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WAEC debuts e-learning facility for SSCE Students.

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The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has launched an e-learning facility for candidates of the Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE).

According to WAEC, the principal aim of this development is to give the students an opportunity to better equip themselves with the appropriate knowledge for excellent performance in future examinations.

Sidmach Technologies, Nigeria’s foremost indigenous software institute, developed the e-learning platform for the examination body.

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Analysis of the overall performance of students on previous exams are carried out so as to identify the common weak points of students in examinations; this process aims at proffering solutions for all bodies concerned with Senior Secondary School Examinations.

“On this platform, you will be provided with the resources you need to understand the standards required for success in various examinations in the Senior Secondary School category. The resources for all WAEC approved subjects will be made available on the learning portal,” said WAEC.

The examination body encourages all students preparing for the 2020 Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination to take advantage of this opportunity and make use of all available resources on the e-learning platform, especially during this lockdown period.

The WAEC e-learning platform also features past questions on all WAEC approved subjects, guides, and WAEC’s Chief Examiner’s report for the past ten years.

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