WAEC Conducts 1st CBT Mock Exam Today

WAEC to Conduct 1st CBT Mock Exam Today

WAEC to Conduct Successful CBT Mock Exam in Preparation for 2024 West African Senior Secondary School Examination

In a significant stride towards modernizing the examination process, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) successfully conducted its free computer-based test (CBT) mock examination today, ahead of the maiden computer-based West African Senior Secondary School Examination (WASSCE) scheduled for private candidates.

READ ALSO: WAEC Assures Success for Computer-Based Testing in Upcoming Examinations

The announcement of the mock examination dates, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 23 and 24, came through a statement released by Moyosola Adesina, the Acting Head of the Public Affairs Department at WAEC on Monday. According to the statement, the mock exam served as a preparatory step for candidates gearing up for the actual computer-based test, which is set to commence nationwide on Wednesday, January 31.

Candidates were instructed to log on to the mock exam portal at mockcbt.waec.org.ng using their phones or personal computers. The portal remained accessible throughout both days of the mock examination, allowing candidates to attempt the test multiple times if needed.

In preparation for the mock exam, login details were to be sent to the registered candidates’ email addresses and phone numbers after the registration period concluded. Additionally, WAEC emphasized its commitment to providing support by sharing a tutorial video on how to navigate the examination portal across all their social media platforms.

The Council stressed that the computer-based testing model for the 2024 examination is exclusively designated for private candidates and will not be employed for general school candidates. This shift towards computer-based testing reflects WAEC’s dedication to embracing technological advancements in the educational assessment process.

See also  Waec Economics Questions and Answers 2022 - 7th June 2022

As WAEC continues to modernize its examination procedures, candidates and stakeholders are encouraged to stay tuned for further updates on the upcoming West African Senior Secondary School Examination. The Council’s commitment to leveraging technology to enhance the examination experience underscores its mission to maintain credibility and efficiency in the assessment of students across West Africa.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Join Our Telegram Channel