WAEC GCE Timetable 2023/2024 – Second Series

Latest report reaching us today is that the new and current West African Examination Council – WAEC GCE Timetable 2023 for the second series has been released and published online. The examination is expected to start on the 27th of October 2023.

According to the Timetable schedule for 2023 that was recently released by the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates, the English Language is on Saturday, 9th of December 2023, while Mathematics is on Saturday, 25th of November 2023.

Recommended: National Common Entrance Examination – NCEE Timetable for 2023/2024

You can choose to download the new WAEC GCE Timetable for the second series for the 2023 academic session.

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When Is WAEC GCE Starting?

According to the official timetable released and published online by the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates, the WAEC GCE examination is scheduled to start on 27th October 2023 and end on Wednesday 20th December 2023.

WAEC GCE Timetable 2023 – Second Series.

WAEC GCE Timetable WAEC GCE Timetable

The schedule below shows the papers you have on each day of the academic calendar.

** Means that the option is available to candidates in Nigeria only.

Important Notes on WAEC GCE 2023 Exams.

  • Difference in Time on Question Paper and Timetable.

If for some reason best known to the WASSCE board, and they decided to change the time as indicated on the question paper differs from that on the timetable shown above, please note that the time on the question paper should be followed.

Question Papers to be Given Out in Advance of the Dates They Are to be Taken.

(1) Visual Art 3.

Paper 3A: Instructions will be given to supervisors two weeks before the paper is due to be taken.

Paper 3B: Question papers will be given to candidates two weeks before the paper is due to be taken.

3. Extra Time for Blind, Deaf and Dumb Candidates.

The WASSCE board has disclosed that all blind, deaf and dumb candidates must be allowed one and a half times the time allotted to other candidates partaking in the examination.

Conclusively, it’s important that you carefully go through the WAEC GCE timetable to be certain of the day you have your papers. If you miss the exam, there is absolutely no way you can re-write or re-take the examination.

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