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How to Get WAEC Certificate Online

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) board has devised a means to allow candidates access and print out their certificates straight from its website. get WAEC Certificate online

Once the WAEC examinations are concluded and the results are out, the original certificates of candidates who successfully sat for the examination would be delivered to the institution or examination center, where the exam was written. This takes a year to be available. Information Guides Nigeria

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How to get WAEC Certificate online

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This guide is applicable to only candidates who registered privately and not as school candidates.

The Electronic Certificate Management System (e-CertMan) is a new program provisioned by WAEC to enable individuals to access their original certificates online and in a downloadable format. This program was designed to automate and facilitate the issuance of certificates to persons who sat for the WASSCE for Private Candidates.

This initiative came into realization after numerous and subsequent requests from candidates concerning the bureaucratic nature of the collection of those certificates. These applications are now made to proceed from an application stage through a pickup stage. With this, candidates are enabled to track the levels of progress of their certificate requisition.  How to apply for WAEC marking job in Nigeria

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The previous process mandated that candidates must obtain their certificates from the WAEC Zonal/Branch offices in the region where they wrote their examination. With the latest innovation, the WAEC board can dispatch the certificates, and candidates can collect them from any of their preferred WAEC Offices across the country.  Mercy Corps Nigeria Recruitment 2021 (4 Positions)

Despite the ease of access in this new method, candidates are requested to validate themselves through identification means like; National Identity Card, National Voters Card, Drivers License, International Passport, and any other legal means of identification. Npower recruitment

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To access these files, the candidate would be required to make a payment for the services. All status information involved would be handled directly through the portal. This online e-CertMan system is only available to WASSCE Private Candidates, 2019-Second Series, and subsequent years. dollar to naira rate

The certificate collection fee stipulated by the Council is four thousand seven hundred naira only [4,700]. This payment can be made with multiple certified bank branches, straight through the portal using online banking systems, USSD code, and Debit Card Operations  [Visa, Mastercard, and Verve card].

  • Applications can be made online through https://certrequest.waec.ng. or https://certrequest.waec.ng/Check-Status
  • After clicking on the above links, type in your WAEC GCE registration number in the tab provided for it
  • Pay for the service online
  • Once the payment has been processed, click on Request Original certificate/Result
  • Complete the process

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Should in case the website is unavailable or temporarily down, if it is a matter of urgency, the candidate should consider collecting the certificates physically at the WAEC office in the state where the examination was written.

You would need the following to collect the results physically;

  • One passport photo
  • Photocard
  • A printout of the result
  • N5,000 cash (payable to the WAEC accounting staff) WAEC result

You may have incurred extra charges if your certificates have stayed for more than four years in the WAEC office. This is known as ‘Custody fee”.

After this request has been made, candidates can now collect the certificate within 48 hours from the time of the request. JAMB form

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The following details will be provided by the candidates/applicants to be able to collect the certificates:

  • Candidate’s full name (as used in the examination)
  • Date and Year of Examination
  • Candidate’s Index Number
  • Candidate’s Date of Birth
  • Candidate’s Telephone Number
  • Candidate’s primary/active Email Address
  • A valid means of identification JAMB result

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Chidinma Nnamani

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