The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) released the provisional results for the 2023 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) on November 9, 2023. School candidates can access their results through their respective schools, while private candidates can access their results on the WAEC Ghana website (https://www.waecgh.org/).
To check your BECE results on the WAEC Ghana website, follow these steps:
- Go to the WAEC Ghana website (https://www.waecgh.org/).
- Click on the “Results” tab.
- Under “BECE”, click on “Check Results”.
- Enter your index number and date of birth.
- Click on “Check Results”.
Your BECE results will be displayed on the screen. You can print or download your results for your reference.
Please note that the provisional results are subject to change after the final vetting process is completed.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) typically announces results a few months after the exams are conducted.
Procedure for checking your WaecBece 2023 results
Here’s a general guide on things to do before you check your results.
- Visit the WAEC Official Website: Usually, WAEC results are posted on their official website. You’ll need to find the section dedicated to BECE results.
- Have Your Information Ready: You’ll need your examination number and possibly other personal information to access your results.
- Result Checker Card: Sometimes, WAEC requires a result checker card, which has a PIN and a serial number you’ll use to access your results. These cards are usually available at authorized outlets.
- Follow the Instructions: On the website, there will be instructions on how to input your details and access your results.
- Print or Save Your Results: Once you access your results, it’s a good idea to print them out or save a digital copy for your records.
- Understanding Your Results: The BECE results will show your grades in each subject. It’s important to understand what these grades mean for your next steps in education.
If there are any issues or if you believe there’s a mistake in your results, you should contact WAEC or your school for guidance on what to do next.
Remember, the exact date for the release of the results can vary, so it’s good to keep an eye on official announcements or check with your school for updates.
If you have any questions or concerns about your results, you should contact your school or WAEC Ghana directly.