The West African Examination Council has released provisional results for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School candidates.
The 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School Candidates was administered at 216 centers from April 3 to 20, 2018.
The result shows that out of 33,124 candidates who sat the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), 21,580 students representing 65.15% of senior students failed the Exams while 11,544 students representing 34.85% made a successful pass.
A total of 33,979 candidates from 600 senior high schools across Liberia submitted all entries online for the Examination out of which a total of 33,124 candidates representing 97. 48% of the candidates sat the examination.
Accordingly, Eight hundred and fifty-five (855) candidates’ results are being withheld for being caught with cell phones (60), Foreign materials (40), Engaging in irregular activities (62), Insult and Assault (122), and Collusion (571 candidates from 14 schools).
Thirty-two (32) of the six hundred (600) high schools have a 100% passing rate of (E8) in at least one subject.
Thirty-three (33) of the six hundred (600) high schools have a 90% passing rate of (E8) in at least one subject.
Two of the candidates were able to passed in both English Language and Mathematics , they are candidate Samuel G. Sumo with identification number: 2081425183 of the Firestone Senior High School in Harbel, Margibi county and Miss. Munah J. Wlemus with identification number: 2101848037 of the ELWA Academy in Paynesville, Montserrado county.
Candidate Emmanuel Morris with identification number: 2001044067 of the J.J Roberts United Methodist High school, and Student Peter Thomas Mollie with identification number: 2021010047 of the St. Martin’s Catholic High school in Gbarnga, Bong County were the two students who passed in eight of the nine subjects.
While candidate Nelly Wende with identification number 2001085039 of SOS Hermann Gmeiner High School in Monrovia, candidate Lewis Rogers with identification number: 2001044083 of the J. J Roberts United Methodist High School in Monrovia, and candidate Ahmaduo R. Jalloh with identification number: 2101280089 of William Booth High School in Paynesville Montserrado county were successful in seven of the nine subjects.
At the level of the Liberia Junior High School Certificate Examination (LJHSCE) which were administered at 256 centers on May 31, and June 1, 2018; a total of 41,270 candidates from 1,335 Junior high schools registered for the examination.
40,502 candidates representing 98.14% of the candidates sat the examination.
Twenty – five (25) candidates results are being withheld for the following forms of examination malpractices: caught with cellphones while on the test, caught with foreign materials and student being involved in some irregular activities that are against the examination rules.
Twenty – five thousand six hundred and eighty – five (25,685) candidates representing 63.42% of the candidates who sat the examination made a successful pass, and fourteen thousand eight hundred and seventeen (14,817) candidates representing 36.58% of the candidates who sat the examination were unsuccessful.
For the junior high division, candidate Luther D. Makehyor with identification number 102823013 of Pamela Kay High School in Brewerville Montserrado County, came out as the outstanding student with a T-Score of 379.00.