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Katsina emerged 5th worst performing state in 2019 WAEC result

Katsina emerged 5th worst performing state in 2019 WAEC result

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Katsina emerged 5th worst performing state in 2019 WAEC result 

Katsina State emerged the fifth worst state according to a new data released for the May/June 2019 WASSCE in Nigeria by the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

According to data from the commission, over 1.6 million candidates sat the May/June 2019 WASSCE in Nigeria while 1,020,519 candidates representing 64.18% obtained credits and above in minimum of five (5) subjects including English Language and Mathematics and 1,309,570 candidates representing 82.35% obtained credit and above in a minimum of any five (5) subjects (that is, with or without English Language and/ or Mathematics.

Also, 180,205 candidates, representing 11.33% of the total number of candidates that sat the examination are being withheld in connection with various reported cases of examination malpractice.

Abia, Anambra and Edo states led other Nigerian states in the 2019 performance ranking chart of the West African Examination Council.

The chart, as released by the examination board, ranked the performances of all 36 states including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja in the country.

Full Ranking

Abia
Anambra
Edo
Rivers
Imo
Lagos
Bayelsa
Delta
Enugu
Ebonyi
Ekiti
Kaduna
Ondo
Abuja
Kogi
Benue
Akwa Ibom
Kwara
Ogun
Cross River
Taraba
Plateau
Nasarawa
Kano
Borno
Oyo
Niger
Adamawa
Osun
Sokoto
Bauchi
Kebbi
Katsina
Gombe
Jigawa
Zamfara
Yobe.

Comment(3)

  1. Very shameful. The Katsina State Government should do something serious for the betterment of our children’s education. After all, what is the use of removing educational subsidy?

  2. It is dishearten for a state like Katsina to performed this bad.
    Despite infrastructural improvement in schools, Teachers need motivation through provision of modern teaching materials, equipping the laboratories, appointing qualify teachers in various subject and incentive for teachers at regular intervals.
    Our rural schools must be inspected regularly by the various zonal quality assurance directorates.

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