I want to buy NOV/DEC Results Checker Card – Here is what you need to do

I want to buy NOV/DEC Results Checker Card – Here is what you need to do

If you a looking to buy a NOV/DEC Results Checker card, chances are you have already sat for your WAEC examinations and your results are out. Probably, you want to buy the NOV/DEC Results Checker cards and use it to check for someone else.

Here is what you need to know about buying NOV/DEC Results Checker.

Overview

NOV/DEC Results Checker cards are used to check all NOV/DEC Results. You can easily buy one online per preference. It is not difficult to get a NOV/DEC Results Check card.

What you need to do

To buy NOV/DEC Results Checker Card, you need to visit checkercards.com retail shop online or visit a nearby Internet Cafe to get your cards. After that, visit the NOV/DEC Results Checker portal. Input the details there and submit to check your NOV/DEC Results.

How to buy NOV/DEC Results Checker Online

Here is how you can buy your NOV/DEC Results Checker online;

1. Go to Checker Cards websitehttps://www.checkercards.com/

2. Select NOV/DEC Results Checker.

3. Select the quantity of cards you want to buy.

4. Click on “Buy Now”.

5. Fill in the details by adding your First nameLast namePhone Number and Email Address.

6. Scroll down and click on “Proceed To Payment”.

7. Select “Pay with Mobile Money” and enter your MoMo number.

8. Click on “Confirm”.

9. Approve payment on your phone.

Read more in this easy guide.

Footnotes

There are a number of sites to buy NOV/DEC Results Checker Card, however, Checkercard.com is the number 1 most responsive retail website to buy all your WAEC checker cards. We make sure all those who buy our cards are well sorted.

WAEC Results (All You Need To Know + How To Check)

WAEC Results (All You Need To Know + How To Check)

The WAEC results are out and you want to check your WAEC results but you don’t know how to go about it. This article will show you exactly how you can check your WAEC results online.

First of all, you need to know about WAEC. West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is an examination board established by law to determine the examinations required in the public interest in English-speaking West African countries.

Currently, WAEC conducts and awards certificates to students in Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and the Gambia.

If you are reading this article, then it means you are in one of these countries.

WAEC Results Overview (For School Authorities)

The West African Examinations Council does not issue duplicate certificates. The Council, however, issues certified Statement of Results which are as valid as the certificates. The certified Statement of Results are, however, NOT issued to individual candidates or persons but rather directly to any of the following authorities only:

  • Institutions of Higher Learning
  • Public Bodies
  • Prospective Employers (Public/Private)

Requirements

  • Persons requiring the Council to forward their results to any Organization/Institution must provide the following details:
  • His/her name (in full as used in the examination)
  • The name, month and year of the examination whose results are required by the person
  • The index number(s) used in the examination(s)
  • In addition, the person must forward two of his/her passport-size photographs to the WAEC office where the request for the statement is made.
    The passport-size photographs should be endorsed at the back by any one of the following persons who must also guarantee that the applicant is the bonafide candidate who wrote the examination:
  • Head of applicant’s present/former school
  • Head of a recognized educational institution
  • A senior officer of the security services not below the rank of Major/Superintendent or its equivalent
  • A senior public servant (Principal Executive Officer and above)
  • A qualified registered medical practitioner (herbalists are not acceptable)
  • A barrister/solicitor

Fee for Confirmation/Verification of Results and Related Services

Requests by individuals/organizations/institutions for statements to be issued to organizations/institutions in Ghana or outside Ghana

  • Issuing of the confirmed statement of results to local/foreign destinations GH¢100.00 per statement per examination (exclusive of courier/delivery services)
  • Bulk confirmation of results – GH¢50.00 per statement per examination
  • Bulk Verification of results – GH¢50.00 per document
  • On-line verification of results for tertiary institutions and organisations – GH¢7.00 per result per candidate 
  • Verification of results/identity – GH¢100.00 per document
  • Establishment of equivalence/interpretation of statement of results – GH¢125.00 per statement 

These fees are revised from time to time and do not include courier/delivery services. All payments must be made in cash at the nearest WAEC Office or by bank draft made payable to the “West African Examinations Council” written out in full.

Payment may also be made using VISA card. Any application which is not accompanied by all the requirements will not be processed.

Application Form

Application forms may be collected from the Records and Aptitude Tests Department of the Council’s Office at Accra OR any WAEC Branch Office in Ghana or downloaded at www.waecgh.org

Verification of Results

Verification of Results is NOT available to individual applicants but to organizations and institutions who want to authenticate the examination results of their prospective students and or/employees.

They are required to submit photocopies of the documents presented by the student (s)/ employee (s) to the Council. Verification can also be done online by tertiary institutions at www.waecgh.org.

The online service fee is GH¢7.00 per result per candidate.

Attestation of Results

The West African Examinations Council does not issue duplicate certificates.

The Council, however, now issues Attestation of Results which are as valid as the certificate. Users who wish could confirm the details on the document with the Council.

Attestation of Results are issued to individual candidates or persons for their possession. The Attestation must be collected personally by applicants from the offices of the Council in Accra or the regions. For the issuance of the Attestation, applicants will be required to provide the following details:

  • Your Name (in full as used in the examination)
  • The Name, Month and Year of Examination
  • Your Index Number
  • Passport photograph.
  • A valid identification document.
  • GH¢350.00

Establishment of Equivalence         

The Council also establishes equivalences and interprets certificates from different examining bodies that it has information on.
For further information on confirmation, verification and interpretation of results, contact The Deputy Registrar/Controller, Records and Aptitude Tests Department.

NB: Students reading the WAEC Results Overview above may not have to concern themselves with it as the schools you have registered with will sort out the prerequisites.

WAEC Results

After all written papers have been marked, WAEC announces the release of results. Most countries receive their results at the end of the second half of the year. Each student is required to check his/her own results online and print it out for application to Senior High Schools and Tertiary Institutions.

Types of WAEC Results

BECE – Basic Education Certificate Examination

Introduction

This examination is both for certification and selection into Senior High Schools and Technical Institutes in Ghana. The results of the examination is based on Continuous Assessment and external examination. The Continuous Assessment forms 30% whilst the external examination forms 70% of the total assessment.

Eligibility

Candidates in the third year of Junior High Schools approved by the Ghana Education Service are eligible to register to take part in this examination.

Date of Examination

The examination is conducted nationwide in June each year.

Entry for the Examination

Registration for the examination is done electronically in October/November each year. Statement of Entries, CDs together with the registration fees should reach the appropriate Office of the Council by specified dates that will be determined by the Council from year to year.

Subjects for the Examination

The following are the subjects available to candidates:

  • English Language
  • Ghanaian Language and Culture
  • Social Studies
  • Integrated Science
  • Mathematics
  • Basic Design and Technology
  • Religious & Moral Education
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • French (optional)

Grading of Candidates

Candidates are graded based on their performance in the external examination (objective and written) and Continuous (Internal) Assessment marks provided by the schools. A nine-point numerical scale is used in grading the candidates with Grade 1 denoting the highest performance and Grade 9 the lowest.

Release of Results

The results of the examination are released in August to enable successful and qualified candidates to enter Senior High Schools and Technical Institutes at the beginning of the academic year. However, ever since the pandemic lockdown which started in 2020, the release of examination results has been delayed to ending of the year and sometimes January.

The results lists are sent to the participating schools, whilst each candidate receives a statement of results through his/her school. Candidates can also check their results online with an access card at www.waecgh.org.

How To Check BECE Results Online

Purchase a BECE result checker card via www.checkercards.com and proceed to the result checking portal at https://eresults.waecgh.org. On the results checker portal, type in your Index Number, re-enter your Index Number to confirm it is correct, select Examination type (e.g BECE School), select the year of Examination (e.g 2022), type in the Serial number (e.g 180000000001) and type in the Pin (e.g A1B2C3D4E5F9) from the Bece Results Checker Card you bought > Submit and wait for the popup window to display your results.

Selection of Candidates to Senior High School

Candidates are selected to Senior High Schools by the Computerized School Selection and Placement System (CSSPS).

Review of Scripts

Scripts are kept for three months after release of results before they are finally destroyed. During this time, review of scripts for a fee is allowed and this is done at the instance of the Head of school or an accredited representative of the school since the Basic Education Certificate Examination is a school-based examination. The Council by policy does not undertake review of scripts at the instance of candidates, parents, guardians, or persons claiming to act “in loco parentis”

Certificates

Certificates are sent to the schools for collection by individual candidates. Certificates are produced once, and so certificates which get lost or damaged after collection are not replaced.

Confirmation of Results

Candidates who lose their certificates may confirm their results to prospective employers and educational institutions

Attestation of Results

Candidates who lose their certificates may also request attestation of their results.

Further information/Enquires

All enquiries about the Basic Education Certificate Examination may be directed to the Deputy Registrar/ Controller, National Examinations Administration Department on telephone numbers,

(233) 302-208201-9 or info@waecgh .org

WASSCE – West African Senior School Certificate Examination

Introduction

The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is administered to school candidates in the third year of Senior High School and to private candidates. The examination is for both selections to tertiary institutions and for certification.

Dates of the Examination

The examination is conducted twice a year – May / June for school candidates only and in September / October for private candidates.

Entry Procedure

School Candidates

The entry period is from September to November and it lasts for six weeks. School authorities are expected to register their candidates and upload their entry data online. Continuous Assessment Scores are however received from the schools on CDs. Other details of the entry procedure are provided in Notes for the Guidance of Schools which are supplied together with the entry documents. The completed entry documents, together with evidence of payment of registration fees at a designated bank are expected to be submitted to the Council’s Office located in the region of the school.

Private Candidates

The entry period is from February to May. Registration is strictly online for private candidates. Candidates can obtain more information on how to register for the examination at www.waecgh.org

Subjects for the examination

The following subjects are available for the examination.

SCHOOL CANDIDATES

The Core Subjects for the examination are:

  • English Language
  • Integrated Science
  • Mathematics (Core)
  • Social Studies

In addition to the Core Subjects, each candidate must choose ONE of the Options under ONE of the Programmes and must enter and sit for THREE or FOUR Elective Subjects from the Option of his/her choice.

The Programmes, the Options available under them and the Elective Subjects in each option are as follows:

Agricultural Programme

  • General Agriculture

One of the following:

  • Animal Husbandry
  • Crop Husbandry and Horticulture
  • Fisheries
  • Forestry

One or Two of the following:

  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • Geography
  • French OR Music
  • ICT (Elective)

Business Programme

This Programme has two options – Accounting and Secretarial

(a) Accounting Option

  • Business Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Any one of or two of the following
  • Principles of Cost Accounting
  • French OR Music
  • Economics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • ICT (Elective)

(b) Secretarial Option

  • Typewriting (40wpm)
  • Business Management
  • Any one or two of the following
  • Financial Accounting
  • Principles of Cost Accounting
  • Clerical Office Duties
  • French OR Music
  • Economics
  • Literature in English
  • ICT (Elective)

(3) Technical Programme

  • Technical Drawing

Two or three of the following:

  • Applied Electricity
  • Auto Mechanics
  • Building Construction
  • Electronics
  • Metalwork
  • Woodwork
  • ICT (Elective)
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • French

Vocational Programme

This Programme has two options – Home Economics and Visual Arts

(a) Home Economics Option

  • Management-In-Living

One of the following:

  • Clothing and Textiles
  • Foods and Nutrition

One of the following:

  • General Knowledge-In-Art
  • Textiles
  • French or Music
  • Economics

One of the following:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • ICT (Elective)

(b) Visual Arts Option

  • General Knowledge-In-Art

One of the following:

  • Graphic Design
  • Picture Making

One of the following:

  • Basketry
  • Ceramics
  • Jewellery
  • Leatherwork
  • Sculpture
  • Textiles

In addition, any one of the following subjects may be selected:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • French
  • Music
  • Economics
  • Literature-in English
  • ICT (Elective)

General Programme

This Programme has two options – General Arts and General Science

(a) General Arts Option

Candidates must enter Three or Four of the following:

  • Christian Religious Studies
  • Literature – In – English
  • French
  • Arabic
  • Geography
  • Government
  • History
  • Literature-in English
  • Islamic Religious Studies
  • West Africa Traditional Religion
  • Economics
  • Mathematics (Elective)
  • ICT (Elective)
  • Languages 

One of the following:

  • French
  • Dagaare
  • Dagbani
  • Dangme
  • Ewe
  • Ga
  • Gonja
  • Kasem
  • Nzema
  • Twi (Akuapem)
  • Twi (Asante)

(b) General Science

  • Mathematics (Elective)

Two or three of the following

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • French OR Music
  • Geography
  • General Agriculture
  • ICT (Elective)

Release of Results

The results of the examination are released in July to enable successful and qualified candidates to enter tertiary institutions at the beginning of the academic year. However, ever since the pandemic lockdown which started in 2020, the release of examination results has been delayed to ending of the year and sometimes January.

The results lists are sent to the participating schools. Candidates can also check their results online with an access card at www.waecgh.org.

How To Check WASSCE Results Online

Purchase a WASSCE result checker card via www.checkercards.com and proceed to the result checking portal at https://ghana.waecdirect.org/. On the results checker portal, type in your Index Number, select the examination type *e.g WASSCE school, WASSCE private, NOV/DEC etc) and examination year (e.g 2022), type in the Serial number (e.g 180000000001) and type in the Pin (e.g A1B2C3D4E5F9) from the Bece Results Checker Card you bought, re-enter your Index Number to confirm it is correct and re-select Examination year > Submit and wait for the popup window to display your results.

Review of Scripts

Scripts are kept for three months after the release of results before they are finally destroyed. During this time, review of scripts for a fee is allowed and this is done at the instance of the Head of school or an accredited representative of the school since the West African Senior School Certificate Examination for school candidates is a school-based examination. The Council by policy does not undertake a review of scripts at the instance of candidates, parents, guardians, or persons claiming to act “in loco parentis”

Certificates

Certificates are sent to the schools for collection by individual candidates. Certificates are produced once, and so certificates which get lost or damaged after collection are not replaced.

Confirmation of Results

Candidates who lose their certificates may confirm their results to prospective employers and educational institutions.

Attestation of Results

Candidates who lose their certificates may also request for attestation of their results.
Further details on the examination may be obtained from the Senior Deputy Registrar/ Head of Test Development Division, Telephone Numbers: +233-302-208201-9 and Senior Deputy Registrar/Head of Test Administration Division, Telephone Numbers: +233-302-208201-9 or info@waecgh.org

How To Check WAEC Results

Generally, to check WAEC results you may visit your school or check online. For purposes of application into Senior High Schools and Tertiary Schools, we recommend that you check online.

You may check BECE Results online via https://eresults.waecgh.org/ and WASSCE via https://ghana.waecdirect.org/ or https://eresults.waecgh.org/.

Do not forget to buy your results checker cards from our website here: https://www.checkercards.com/