In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said on Sunday, June 7, that it is set to initiate its exercises in Nigeria.
The association said it would initiate assessment after the Nigerian government revives schools the nation over.
WAEC had suspended its assessments in March 2020 after the conclusion of schools in the nation as the legislature declared lockdown of certain states and Abuja.
The Nigerian Tribune cites WAEC’s representative, Demianus Ojijeogu, as expressing this during a meeting.
WAEC gives new update concerning its assessment for Nigerians
WAEC says it is set up to lead assessments in Nigeria Credit: WAEC
He clarified that the association was completely set to begin its tasks and lead assessments for up-and-comers however that it isn’t in a rush.
He said after schools continue, the association would have rules for directing the assessments.
He expects that WAEC would not surge its applicants into the assessment despite the fact that it had given them online examination materials.
He said WAEC would discharge another plan for the direct of the assessment and this makes certain to give competitors sufficient opportunity to get readied.
He clarified that teachers, and principals would be given enough time also to consummate their arrangements in front of the assessment.
It said arrangement would be made for the legislature to make sure about focuses and schools for the assessment since WAEC thinks about the wellbeing of its up-and-comers and different partners.
“Along these lines, we would liaise with the government service of instruction and that of the state so as to guarantee we as a whole have a sans hitch test,” the representative said.
As was accounted for that following the world’s proceeded with fight with the Covid-19 pandemic, the government delayed the Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE) for 2020 uncertainly.
Emeka Nwajubu, pastor of state for training, on Tuesday, April 21, made the exposure in Abuja while reeling out the government’s instruction guide during coronavirus period.