May/June : WAEC Expo 2020 | WAEC Runs 2020 | WAEC Expo 2020/2021

Welcome to The Legit WAEC Expo Runs Exam help desk!. WAEC – The west African Examination Council’s Examination 2020/2021 section is at hand, coming up latest April but noted as May/June examination due to practicals.

WAEC board confirmed that Registration for the WASSCE for school candidates, 2020 will commence in October, 2019 and end in January, 2020. Intending 2020 WAEC Candidates are to take note of the registration period.

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released the timetable for the 2020/2021 May/June Exam, according to the timetable, WASSCE for school candidates 2020, will commence on 8th April, 2020 and will end on 3rd June, 2020.

Memo – WAEC Expo 2020/2021, WAEC Runs 2020/2021, WAEC Expo 2020, WAEC Runs 2020, WAEC May/June Questions and Answers 2020 few hours to your exam.

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Its been running ever since! And working but these questions are gotten with highest of risk and much cash involved in getting papers from reliable source.

Advice: A serious Student would go vividly extreme miles to see his or her success coz no one would be happy to say “am going to re- write next year” that we reject in jesus name

WAEC Expo Runs Available Subjects 2020

Legit provides Expo, Runs, Answers to 2020 WAEC Science, Arts and Commercial Subjects.

  • English Language
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Book-Keeping
  • Chemistry
  • Typewriting
  • Further Mathematics
  • Shorthand
  • Igbo
  • Hausa
  • Yoruba
  • Civic Education (Compulsory)
  • Data Processing
  • Health Science
  • Computer Studies
  • Health Education
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Commerce
  • Office Practical
  • Marketing
  • Insurance
  • ICT
  • Civic Education (Compulsory)History
  • Geography
  • Literature-in-English
  • Agricultural Science
  • Woodwork
  • Health Science
  • Auto-Mechanics
  • Building Construction
  • Music
  • Clothing and Textiles
  • Art
  • Christian Religious Knowledge (CRS)
  • French
  • Islamic Studies (IRS)
  • Physical Education
  • Arabic Studies
  • Government
  • Metal Work
  • Applied Electricity
  • Electronics
  • Foods and Nutrition
  • Technical Drawing
  • Home Management

Practical

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Geography
  • Agricultural Science
  • Physics
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Health Science


Choose from our below subscription price list that best suites you, then deposit the exact amount into any of the below bank accounts:

Our Subscription Price List For All Packages

(i) 8/9 Subjects + Practicals: N6,000
(ii) 7/6 Subjects + Practicals: N5,000
(iii) 5/4 Subjects + Practicals: N4,000
(iv) 3/2 Subjects + Practicals: N3,000
(v) Payment Per Subject: N900 each
(vi) Practicals per Subject: N600 each.

NOTE ALL SUBJECTS = Contact us via 09060948147

NOTE Password link you will be given a code to view a password protected page so you will use the code to unlock and view the answers 15mins before the exam starts.

SELECT YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PACKAGE THEN SUBSCRIBE TODAY

OUR WAEC RUNS IS #6,000. (2ND PHASE) INCREASES TO #10,000 AS FROM NEXT WEEK

How to Subscribe For WAEC 2020/2021 Runs Expo

Pay for the package you need 6,000 for the 6,7,8 subjects to 09060948147, payment is through MTN Recharge Card.

After payment text your Name, Phone number, and your 6,7,8 subject to 
09060948147 with a short text I paid 4 exam solution and after we get confirmation from the bank we will send u a confirmation text to your phone within 10 minutes of payment.
e.g name: bidemi Johnson, phone: 09060948147, AMOUNT paid and i paid for Waec.

please after successful payment in the bank try and send your details within 24hrs or else your payment will be denied


Our WAEC Runz is #6000. (2ND PHASE) INCREASES TO #10,000 as from next week.

You may now call or chat with us on WhatsApp 4 more info on 09060948147

See FAQ’s
Question: If i pay this amount now will it be too early? 

Answer: Yes but its a good one on your side because in few negotiation with our source, our payment would be high so late payments must attract additional fee

 Question: If i pay this amount will i pay any additional fee? 

Answer: No! But if it warrants so late payees would bear the cause

 Question: Is this payment for each subjects?  

Answer: No! For all 8 subjects {apart from religious and tribal courses e.g crs, irs, hausa, igbo etc.}

 Question: How Quick would this answers come? 

Answer: Our source has never failed us but latest a day before the exam answers and or questions will come to you.  

Question: How am i sure this is not a scam? 

Answer: No! And never! The outgoing NECO felt our endless answers hours before exam but since the waec is simpler a day before the exam is a rest assured time.  As a Very serious Student This Opportunity you should never miss {Write once spend less}

More FAQ’s

(1) Q. How does a person register for WAEC examinations, for instance, the WASSCE?

A. The Council usually advertises entry periods and entry procedures in national newspapers. In respect of the WASSCE for example, the Council conducts two exams each year; the first in May/June for school candidates and the second in October/November for private candidates.
Registration for either May/June or the November/December WASSCE is done through the Internet (online). The May/June exam is for school candidates and all entry formalities are undertaken by the schools presenting candidates.
In the case of the private candidates’ examination, entry is on an individual basis. A prospective candidate purchases the entry scratch card which enables him/her to complete the entry form on the Council’s registration website-www.waeconline.org.ng. A registered candidate subsequently prints out from the website the identification photo card, which contains vital information about the candidate’s centre name, location, number and the subjects entered for. The examination timetable and subject syllabuses are also made available to prospective candidates on the website.

It is important to note that once the prescribed fee is paid to the accredited selling agent, a prospective candidate obtains two scratch cards, one for the online registration and the other for the online checking of results.

(2) Q. What are the entry regulations for the WASSCE Examination?

A. Candidates are required to enter and sit for a minimum of eight (8) and a maximum of nine (9) subjects.
These must include the following :
(i) English Language
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) At least one Nigerian Language (see footnote)
(iv) At least one of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
(v) At least one of Literature-in-English, History and Geography.
(vi) Agricultural Science or at least one vocational subject.
These are the core subjects.
In addition to the above, every student must offer any three of the underlisted subjects not already offered as core subjects:
Biology, Economics, Physics, Book-Keeping, Chemistry, Typewriting, Further Mathematics, Shorthand, Commerce, History, Geography, Literature-in-English, Agricultural Science, Woodwork, Health Science, Auto-Mechanics, Building Construction, Music, Clothing and Textiles, Art, Christian Religious Knowledge, French, Islamic Studies, Physical Education, Arabic Studies, Government, Metal Work, Applied Electricity, Electronics, Foods and Nutrition, Technical Drawing Home Management.
NOTE: The Federal Ministry of Education has given a waiver
in respect of Nigerian Languages during the 2003 examination. This implies that candidates’ entries are valid with or without a Nigerian language for the period of the waiver

(3) Q. Who are those qualified to sit for the WASSCE ?

A. In the case of the school examination, the prospective candidate must be in the SS 3 class in a recognized school,
For the private candidates’ examination, any one of the following categories may enter for the WASSCE:

a. Those who have attempted the WASSCE in previous years;
b. Those who have attempted the GCE and obtained a pass in at least three subjects;
c. Those who have passed the Teachers’ Grade two examination.

(4) Q. Does WAEC prepare candidates for its examinations?

A. WAEC does not prepare candidates for its examinations by establishing secondary schools or tutorial centres, and no such institutions are affiliated to the Council. WAEC provides feedback in the form of Chief Examiners’ Report on candidates’ perofrmance in the various papers for each examination diet, which helps schools and private candidates to prepare adequately for subsequent examinations. The Chief Examiners’ Reports are avialable for sale at the Council’s offices nationwide.

(5) Q. Who are the officials involved in the conduct of WAEC examinations?

A. There are three categories of officials: supervisors, invigilators and inspectors.
Supervisors are teachers nominated by the various State Ministries of Education. They are actually responsible for conducting the exams at the various centres. It is their responsibility to collect question papers from the custodian and return answer scripts to the custodian centres.
Invigilators are usually teaching staff nominated by their school principals to assist the supervisors at the centres, while inspectors are WAEC staff members who go from one centre to another when the examination is in progress.

(6) Q. Does WAEC have a way of disciplining erring functionaries ?

A. Yes. Reports about functionaries who are teachers are made to the various State Ministries of Education and All Nigerian Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS) for disciplinary measures. Such functionaries have been disciplined in the past. WAEC has its own procedures for disciplining erring inspectors.

(7) Q. Do WAEC officials mark candidates’ scripts ?

A. No. The marking of scripts is handled by examiners appointed by WAEC. They are usually educationists who are familiar with the classroom situation and their identities are not supposed to be disclosed.

(8) Q. Who are these examiners and how are they appointed ?

A. WAEC examiners are mostly graduate teachers in secondary schools, and some lecturers in colleges of education, universities and polytechnics.
A prospective examiner must be a graduate in the subject he is appointed to mark. In addition, he must have a minimum of two years of classroom teaching experience and must be recommended by the principal of the school in which he teaches.

(9) Q. How does WAEC ensure standardization in grading ?

A. First, a committee of experts draws up a marking guide. All appointed examiners are then thoroughly drilled in all aspects of the marking scheme in a simulated marking exercise called co-ordination. Actual marking does not start until the coordinating officers are satisfied that all examiners know what is required of them. Even when actual marking begins, the examiners are not left entirely on their own. They are organised into small groups, each being supervised by a highly experienced examiner called a Team Leader. The Team Leader checks and vets the group members’ marking progressively to ensure that they are keeping to the guidelines. The Team Leaders themselves are supervised by more experienced examiners called Chief Examiners. When marking is finally completed, WAEC still goes ahead to employ another group of people called Checkers. The main role of Checkers is to ensure that all marks awarded by examiners are correctly recorded and transferred to the appropriate score sheets.

(10) Q. Can a candidate register a protest over his examination result? If ‘yes’, how ?

A. Yes, but only if he is a school candidate. No provision is made for a private candidate in this regard. Even then, a school candidate does not write directly to WAEC. It is his principal who, knowing the candidate’s ability, forwards a request for the review of the candidate’s scripts. Of course, there is a specified fee to be paid on every paper to be reviewed. Such requests should be sent in within sixty days of any examination.

(12) Q. What are the acts that constitute examination malpractice ?

A comprehensive list of offences is provided in Council’s Regulations & Syllabuses.

(13) Q. Can one combine May/June and Nov/Dec WASSCE results for admission purposes ?

A. Yes.

(14) Q. How can a candidate get errors on his/her certificates corrected ?

A. A Private candidate sends his/her request for an amendment to WAEC directly, while in the case of a school candidate it is the principal who makes the request.
In the two instances, the original copy of the certificate should be sent along with the application for amendment. WAEC charges a fee for the amendment where it is discovered that the error emanated from the candidate, otherwise, it is free.

(15) Q. Why is it that candidates sometimes have partial release of results ?

A. Results are partially released due to queries arising from one or a combination of the following mistakes:
(a) Wrong transfer of examination numbers in one or more papers; (b) Failure to shade examination numbers;
(c) Shading objective sheets with biro pens instead of pencil;
(d) Mistakes in entries leading to duplication of subjects.

(16) Q. How does a candidate collect his/her certificate ?

A. School candidates collect their certificates from their schools while private candidates obtain theirs directly from WAEC.

(17) Q. What Is the official life-span of WAEC Certificates ?

A. WAEC certificates have no expiry date.

(18) Q. Does WAEC replace lost certificates?

A. No. Instead it issues statements of result to the owners of lost certificates or, when necessary, confirms their results for a fee.

(19) Q, How does one process a confirmation of result ?
A. A confirmation of result can be processed by submitting to WAEC the following:
— One plain foolscap envelope
— One stamped, addressed envelope for each confirmation of results
— =N=250 postage stamp for local mails
— =N=350 postage stamp for international mails
— An affidavit sworn to in a court of law which should contain the following details:

Candidate’s Name (in full)
Name of Examination
Year of Examination

— Two copies of candidates’s passport photograph per result
— Fee for confirmation of resultis:
=N=10,000.00 per result for overseas institutions
=N=5,000.00 per result for institutions within Nigeria

Confirmed results are not handed over to candidates. They are sent direct to the institutions/establishments which candidates want to provide with the information.

(20) Q. What channels of communication exist between candidates and WAEC ?

A. WAEC discourages direct communication with school candidates. School candidates are expected to send their complaints to WAEC through their school principals, while private candidates contact WAEC directly.

(21) Q. Which WAEC Offices issue certificates ?

A. Candidates can collect their certificates from WAEC Zonal and Branch offices in charge of the state where they sat for the examination.

(22) Q. Does WAEC accredit certificates, say, from foreign institutions ?

A. No. Accreditation is carried out by the Federal Ministry of Education alone.

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