The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), often known as WAEC (West African Examination Council), is a crucial element of a Nigerian student’s academic journey.
It is also perhaps the most difficult because it is the final external examination that a secondary school student takes before beginning their tertiary studies.
Getting a distinction frequently represents a secondary school leaver’s unrivaled intellectual prowess, which is graded in the A, B, C, D, E, and F grading levels. Legit.ng will examine four pupils who excelled on the exam in this article.
1. Yinka-Banjo Victory
After receiving consecutive A’s in her WAEC in 2020, the 17-year-old was praised for her academic brilliance. Victory also excelled in other foreign tests such as the IELTS.
2. Praise Ogwubie Chikemzi
In 2020, Young Praise received nine A’s in her WAEC. The young child received an outstanding grade at a time when just 65.24 percent of students passed the exam, according to the exam authority.
3. Praise Ojonugwa Abba
With eight A1s and one B3, the young Nigerian kid passed his exam. He completed his education at Kaduna’s Faith Academy.the young Nigerian, saying the boy’s dream is to study medicine at the university.
4. Chiemela Stephanie Madu
Chiemela’s results sparked outrage on social media a few days ago, as she received A’s in all of the topics she took. The lady, who plans to pursue medicine at the Federal University of Technology in Owerri, also received a 345/400 in her Post-United Tertiary Matriculation Examination.