WAEC SSCE May/June Timetable 2022 Is Out. This is to inform all candidates who have registered and currently preparing to write the WAEC SSCE May/June Examination that the Timetable has been released and is available for access. All applicants should see details and a breakdown of the timetable below. Jamb Result
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) new Timetable for 2022 May/June Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) has been made available. According to the Timetable, the examination for candidates in Nigeria will begin on Monday May 9th, 2022, and end Tuesday June 28th, 2022. The complete details of the timetable are as shown below. Dollar to Naira Rate
Candidates are also informed that all WAEC Past Questions, both objective and theory, together with their solutions and answers, are now available online. You no longer need to carry multiple past questions or books to excel in your coming exams. WAEC SSCE May/June Examination
We now have both Objective & Theory questions and answers for all previous years, which will definitely help you in your coming exams. Feel free to get, and use this facility at this link; WAEC Past Questions And Answers Pdf in PDF Format
The timetable is contained in the attached PDF file below; Pounds to Naira
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