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Friday, 1 September 2017

Monday's WAEC Exam Will Hold Despite Eid-el-Kabir Holiday

The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, has announced that the examinations slated for Monday September 4 will hold despite the public holidays.




The council said on its Twitter account on Tuesday that the exams for private candidates, in the 2017 timetable will hold as earlier scheduled earlier.





There had been speculations in the public space whether or not the exams would be postponed in order to allow candidates take part in the festivities heralding the Muslim celebration.

14 comments:

Miss Ess said...

It could have bedn better if it was postponed.

Anonymous said...

Origwue,it is well,pls,will be relocating soon to US,my level of education is OND,can i put in a school with dt or start afresh,any useful advise pls and can i work with dt?thanks

Anonymous said...

Origwue,it is well,pls,will be relocating soon to US,my level of education is OND,can i put in a school with dt or start afresh,any useful advise pls and can i work with dt?thanks

Rappakatakata said...

Hope some persons will not rush their exams to go catch up with the fun.

Cute hajia Omo Mummy said...

No now... Not fair at all

QueenBlaq. said...

They don't do exams during Christmas... Please it should be postponed.

Lady C said...

Okay.

Stella Igbokei said...

Noted

Stella Igbokei said...

Who told u so? I've sat for may/June on a Saturday sanitation weekend for that matter. They don't care o

Stella Igbokei said...

Start afresh. You can go study nursing it'll earn you more income

jelly said...

Oh...ok

Peaches and Cream said...

You have to start afresh. Start as a CNA(no educational requirements) make small cash. Register in a University of choice. Or continue as a LN etc

Anonymous said...

Christmas, boxing day and new year are fixed dates known to all. This allows for planning. The dates for the Islamic holidays are not fixed and vary yearly

Anonymous said...

It's lazy planning. I planned important meeting is my office and possible sallah dates for even 2020 is available on internet

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