Some students writing the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in the Eastern region have been ordered to stop and rather asked to re-sit the papers next year following a reported mix up of their index numbers.
Some candidates sitting the ongoing have been reportedly stopped from writing their papers due to a mix-up in their index numbers. The development has caused parents of the affected students express their displeasure over the development calling on WAEC to address the anomaly.
READ ALSO: Find out the agreement Mahama signed with IndiaMeanwhile, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) said it cannot be blamed for the situation. Spokesperson for WAEC, Agnes Teye Cudjoe, said registration of students was done at the school level which is then uploaded onto WAEC’s website.“When it gets to registration, any anomaly which comes about as a result of the registration process should be traced back to the school. WAEC cannot be held responsible for any mix-up in index numbers,” Cudjoe emphasized.
All supervisors of the affected schools have thus been ordered to write a report to WAEC for investigations to begin.