Will Cancelled Results Be Released? (WAEC, GCE, NECO, NABTEB)! - SCHOOLCONTENTS.info

Will Cancelled Results Be Released? (WAEC, GCE, NECO, NABTEB)!

A few candidates will be affected, every year, by cancelled results. Some subjects will be cancelled for a few students, while for others, it will be for all subjects.

Cancelled results can be rampant and not limited to WAEC, similar exams e.g. GCE, NABTEB and NECO results are frequently affected too.

When a student is hit by CANCELLED in his/her results, he/she wants to know if the exam body will ever release them.

In this post, I will be answering this question.

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Cancelled Results Should Not Be Expected to Be Released

Especially when you hear that results with OUTSTANDING and HELD are being released, that may raise your hope that your CANCELLED results should be out, any time sooner too.

Unfortunately, I get bad news for you. You will never see cancelled results released. None of the exam bodies (WAEC, NECO or NABTEB), in the past, has ever released results after being cancelled.

The direct interpretation of CANCELLED in the result grading system is, "these results will not be released now or ever".

Once you're affected by a cancelled result, forget it. If you need the result or the subject affected, sit for another exam and make the papers.

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Don't Worry If The Affected Subjects Are Not Relevant

You don't need to be waiting for a dead horse to run if the affected subjects are not relevant to your proposed course.

For example, if you're proposing Computer Science in your JAMB or admission, the 5 required or relevant O'level subjects for that are English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, and any other Science subject such as Biology, Agric Science, etc.

If any of the five subjects is not canceled, it won't matter if the rest 4 are canceled.

However, if any of your required subjects or all are canceled, the best thing is to obtain another SSCE (O'level) and make it before processing admissions.

However, if you don't have some relevant subjects in one result (e.g. WAEC May/June) with other relevant subjects canceled, sit for another exam. If you make the canceled subjects in the new exam, you're allowed to combine the two results to meet up for the five subjects required for your proposed course.

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Cancelled results from the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), National Examinations Council (NECO), National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB), and General Certificate of Education (GCE) exams may or may not be released depending on the reason for the cancellation.

If a candidate's result is cancelled due to examination malpractice or any other form of violation of the examination regulations, the result will not be released. In such cases, the candidate may be barred from taking any future exams conducted by the examination body and may face legal consequences depending on the severity of the offence.

However, if the result is cancelled due to technical or administrative issues such as errors in grading or processing, the examination body may release the result after resolving the issue. Candidates in this situation may need to contact the examination body to find out the status of their results and to determine if any action is required on their part.

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