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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) wishes to inform its publics that it has released provisional results of candidates who sat for the BECE for both School and Private Candidates, 2023.
In this article, we will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest news and examination statistics, insights into the BECE for both school and private candidates, actions taken to address examination malpractices, and important cautions for all stakeholders involved.
Result Despatch and Bece Results Checker 2023
The Council will despatch the results of school candidates to their respective schools through the Metropolitan/Municipal/District Directors of Education. Private Candidates can access their results at the Council’s website www.waecgh.org. School candidates who desire to do so may also access their results online at the Council’s website.
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A total of 600,900 candidates, comprising 300,404 males and 300,496 females, participated in the school examination. The number of participating schools was 18,993. Additionally, the examination involved candidates with special needs: 53 with visual impairment, 366 with hearing impairment, and 54 with other special educational needs. The examination was conducted at 2,137 centers across the country, with 3,366 candidates recorded as absent.
BECE for Private Candidates
The BECE for Private Candidates recorded a total entry figure of 1,839 candidates, consisting of 942 males and 897 females. The examination was conducted in fifteen centers, mostly in regional capitals, with 61 candidates reported as absent.
Following investigations into irregularities during the examination and marking of scripts, the 34th Meeting of the Final Awards and Examiners’ Appointment Committee for BECE, held on Monday, 6th November, 2023, approved the following actions:
- Cancellation of Subject Results for 312 school candidates and 3 private candidates for bringing foreign materials into the examination hall or colluding with other candidates.
- Cancellation of Entire Results for 41 school candidates and 1 private candidate for possession of mobile phones in the examination hall.
- Withholding of Subject Results for 180 school candidates and 4 private candidates for various suspected offenses.
- Withholding of Entire Results for 110 school candidates and 2 private candidates for various suspected offenses. Furthermore, the scripts of 22,270 candidates in certain subjects are currently under scrutiny for reported cases of mass cheating. The results may be canceled or released based on the outcome of investigations.
FAQs About the 2023 BECE Results
1. Is the 2023 BECE results released?
Yes, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has officially released the provisional results for the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) for both School and Private Candidates.
2. How can I check my BECE results online?
You can check your BECE results online by visiting the WAEC’s official website at www.waecgh.org. On the website, you will find a dedicated section for result checking. You will need your examination details, such as your examination center and candidate number, to access your results.
3. Can I purchase a BECE results checker online?
Yes, you can purchase a BECE results checker online through checkercards.com. These results checkers are typically available for a fee, and they provide a secure means to access your results.
4. Is it true that the BECE results are out?
Yes, it is indeed true that the BECE results for 2023 have been officially released by WAEC. 2023 BECE results was released on Thursday, November 9, 2023. You can access your results online or through your respective schools if you are a school candidate. Please use the official channels to check your results and avoid fraudulent offers promising to upgrade results, as WAEC results are secured and authenticatable.
The Council extends its sincerest gratitude to stakeholders, especially the Ministry of Education, Ghana Education Service, the Security Agencies, Heads of School, Supervisors, Invigilators, Examiners, and all who supported the successful conduct of the examination and the release of results.
The Council cautions all stakeholders to be wary of fraudsters who promise to upgrade results for a fee. Candidates are reminded that WAEC results are secured and can be authenticated.