WAEC (SSCE) OBJ Questions Will Soon Be Converted to CBT





WAEC (SSCE) Objectives Questions Will Soon Be Converted to CBT

West African Examination Council (WAEC) Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (SSCE) Objectives Examination Questions Will Soon be Converted to Computer-Based Exam as WAEC Concludes Installation of Software In New CBT Centre with 600-Seat Capacity [WAEC CBT Exam].

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) says its senior secondary certificate exam (SSCE) will soon be converted to a computer-based exam.

Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, Olu Adenipekun, the council’s head of Nigeria national office, said the CBT test would start with its objective questions.

“In about two weeks, we should be concluding installing all the necessary software and backups in our new CBT centre with a 600-seat capacity.

“In fact, we want other stakeholders – corporate individuals and organisations – to join hands with us in establishing CBT centres nationwide, in schools and other places, but I want to say WAEC is at the forefront for this project.”

Adenipekun said the introduction of CBT would be a gradual process to allow students to get familiar with using computers for exams.

“However, where any schools feel they have been training their students on how to apply the computers very well and therefore want us to come and administer such a test using the computers, why not? We will do it,” he explained.

“That is why I say, for us to be able to introduce the CBT test for our examinations, it will take combined efforts of all of us – schools, WAEC and other keys stakeholders.”

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