WAEC To Introduce CBT For SSCE

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has unveiled plans to convert it’s annual senior secondary school certificate exam (SSCE) to a computer based assessment.

Olu Adenipekun, the national head of the council in Nigeria, stated this in a news conference on Tuesday. The CBT will start with the objective exam.

In his words, he said; “In about two weeks, we should be concluding installing all the necessary software and backups in our new CBT centre with a 600-seat capacity.

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“In fact, we want other stakeholders – corporate individuals and organisations – to join hands with us in establishing CBT centres nationwide, in schools and other places, but I want to say WAEC is at the forefront for this project.”

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“However, where any schools feel they have been training their students on how to apply the computers very well and therefore want us to come and administer such a test using the computers, why not? We will do it,” he explained.

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“That is why I say, for us to be able to introduce the CBT test for our examinations, it will take combined efforts of all of us – schools, WAEC and other keys stakeholders.”

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WAEC To Introduce CBT For SSCE

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