How To Check Your West African Examination (WAEC) Result -Step-by-Step Guide

Previously, we announced that the West African Examination WAEC Result of May/June 2013 has been released. Today, we want to provide the step-by-step tutorial on on how to check your result with ease. Checking of the newly released 2013 West African Examination Council (WAEC) is as simple as ABC that you can even send that your brother nursery school to check it for you if you may be having a very busy schedule.

The result of the 1,543,683 candidates that sat for the examination has been released while 145,505 results with held by WAEC out 1,689,188 candidate that registered  and copied from www.examsguru.net for this year’s May/June 2013 Secondary School Certificate Examination.
Let me not get you board with stories and history of WAEC and how they came into existence and all of that rather than showing the steps of checking it.

So Now Let’s Get it Done
You must get the scratch card that you want to use in checking the result ready, so you will have the access to your result.
You can get the scratch card  from WAEC Offices nearest to you, you can get it on some authorized banks or any of our Examguru.Net Agents
Now that your scratch card is ready do the following:

  1. Go to www.waecdirect.org
  2. Enter your WAEC Examination number
  3. Enter you Examination year e.g 2013
  4. Enter the serial number of your scratch card, you can find the serial number on the back of your scratch card.
  5. Enter the pin number of your scratch card.
  6. Now hit on submit and wait for your result window to come up.

Wow! Congrats on your result.

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