Our experiences writing exam in a pandemic —Lagos WASSCE candidates


TUNBOSUN OGUNDARE checked out candidates for a normal examination in an unusual season.

BY next Saturday, the ongoing 2020 school-based West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) will be over, formally closing the secondary education chapter in the history of many senior secondary school students who made it to Class 3 (SSS3) in the country.

By then, each of the students sitting the examination would have written eight or nine subjects at the maximum. The entire candidates nationwide are 1,459,463, consisting of 786,421 males and 763,042 females from a total of 19,129 schools, according to the head of the national office of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) in…

Source: Nigerian Tribune