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WAEC Refutes Upgrade Of Wassce Results

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Examination malpractice, an educational dysfunction has plagued the West African Examination council into great losses as there seem to be leakage of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) and West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) papers ahead of schedule every year.

This issue has gotten worse to the extent that some people boast of having the audacity to alter examination results on the council’s digital results checking and school placement systems.

Speaking to Ahenkan FM’s Maakye morning show hosted by Obuoba Ofori Amanfo, the Public relations officer for West African Examination council, Ghana, Mrs. Winifred Apiaw explained that they have put up measures to curb the situation of leakages repeating itself going forward.

 

 

 

Mrs. Winifred stated that claims made by people of having access to their systems to alter results which they call “upgrading of results” are all fake and that some fraudsters are going about playing tricks on desperate final year students to steal money from them.

She called on the society especially students to be vigilant not to fall into the trap of those fraudsters and encouraged them to desist from any examination malpractices during and after the Final year exam.

 

 

 

 

Concluding on her message, she urged all students to do the right thing by taking their education serious while having lessons in class in order not to face any consequences of examination malpractice in their final year examinations which may destroy their future.

 

 

 

 

 

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The 2021 edition of the WASSCE commenced on Monday, August 16, 2021, with the administration of the Visual Art project work and ended smoothly on Friday, October 8, 2021, despite cases of questions leakages and malpractice.

 

A total of 446,321 representing 221,437 males and 234,884 females from 965 schools (651 public schools and 314 private schools) sat for the just-ended international examination administered at 763 exams centres nationwide.

 

 

 

This is the complete guide to existing WAEC result upgrade scams you should be aware of.

 

Scammers upgrade WAEC results and do they really get into WAEC’s secured systems? The answer is a big NO yet they do fake upgrades that will lead you into the waiting arms of the law.

WAEC result upgrade scam is one of the biggest threats to our education system in West Africa. Ghana, Nigeria and other countries that have their candidates writing the WASSCE, Nov/Dec and BECE are faced with this challenge.

 

Result upgrade scams keep flourishing in Ghana and Nigeria because students do not take their studies serious whiles nothing seems to be done by WAEC to arrest and persecute such elements. The end result is that students fail their exams and look for an easy way out. 

 

Scammers who do WAEC result upgrades which WAEC has continued to warn the public about will not stop soon until the examining council takes steps to weed out such person in our countries and education sector

Any time, someone manages to breach the systems of WAEC from its strong room or uses forgery to change a student’s result, the credibility of WAEC is lowered and the trust in the council is put under serious threat. 

To unveil what the so-called masters of result upgrade do, we publish this write-up only for educational purposes and not to ask students or the public to in any way fake their results or edit them. The law will catch up with you if you dare try this. 

It is a serious crime to engage in any form of  WAEC result upgrade scam because WAEC has indicated it does not upgrade results and it does not offer such services. 

So the big question is how do scammers upgrade WAEC results? What we are about to reveal is only for educational purposes. Do not try it.

Our investigations revealed that result upgrade scammers are smart and catch frustrated students, cash in on them and leave the scene. 

 

#1 They usually ask for your Index number and all the relevant details and request that you to make a part payment.

If they charge you GHS500.00, you are required to pay close to GHS350.00 before they begin work. 

#2 They buy a result checker and log into WAEC’s portal to check and print your results. They save the web page version of the result for their dubious activities. 

#3 After downloading your result or saving it as a web page template, they try to open the web page off the line on their desktop as a text file.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: MyGhanaMedia.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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