How To Calculate Your Wassce Results
Learn more about how calculate your wassce results;
What is the meaning of wassce?
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is administered to school candidates in the third year of Senior High School and to private candidates. The examination is for both selection to tertiary institutions and for certification.
How is the WASSCE aggregate calculated?
WASSCE results are calculated by adding 6 best subjects from your results, including four core subjects (Maths, English, Inter-Science, and Social Studies) with Maths and English being a must subject among the core subjects.
How do you calculate aggregate?
Simply add all the marks of all the subjects and divide them with total number of subjects.
How can I convert my WAEC result to percentage?
Divide the number of questions/marks you think you would get correctly by the total number of questions/marks possible. And multiply by 100 percent. Example: If you could answer 40 questions correctly out of 60 total questions given in Oral English. To calculate your percentage, it will be (40/60)x100% = 66.67% = B3.
How is WASSCE graded?
The WASSCE grade is based on the percentage of your marks.
WAEC Grading System and Interpretation in Percentage.
|Grade||Definition||Interpretation in Percentage|
|A1||Excellent||75 – 100|
|B2||Very Good||70 – 74|
|B3||Good||65 – 69|
|C4||Credit||60 – 64|
What is B2 in WAEC result?
A score of 70 to 74 is B2, which is interpreted as, “very good” while a score that falls between 65 to 69 is B3 (Good).
What aggregate marks mean?
aggregate marks used here means the grand total of marks obtained by the candidate, taken together. Sample 1. aggregate marks means the grand total marks obtained by the candidate, taken together for all the subjects, whether compulsory or optional.