08 April, 2019

WAEC: May/June WASSCE begins Monday amid expected clash with 2019 UTME

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The West African Examinations
Council (WAEC), commenced the
May/June 2019 West African
Senior Secondary Certificate
Examination (WASSCE) today.

The exams began with practical
exercises on Monday, April 8 and
would end on Friday, June 7.

This come amid the expected
clashes with the Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (UTME)
conducted by the Joint Admission
and Matriculation Board (JAMB),
which is scheduled to commence on Thursday, April 11.

Unlike the WASSCE that is
scheduled to span two months,
the UTME is billed to take place
within a week, between April 11
and 17.

But WASSCE candidates who are
billed to take subjects like
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting, Animal
Husbandry, Printing Craft Practice,
Auto Mechanical Work, Health
Education, Foods and Nutrition, Arabic and French, among others,
may not be able to sit for the
UTME.

More than 25 subjects will be
affected by the clash.

Source: Computer Hope
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