Following the released of WASSCE result, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released the performance of school candidates in Integrated Science and Social Studies in the just concluded WASSCE.
Integrated Science recorded a noticeable improvement in the performance of candidates from 50.52% in 2018 to 63.17% in 2019. This represents an increase of 12.65%. Out of the total number of candidates who sat to write the paper, 216,095 (63.17%) obtained A1-C6; 91,151 (27%) got D7-E8 while 34,825 (10.18%) had F9.
In the subject area of Social Studies, 257,838 (75.43%) candidates obtained A1-C6; 52,983(15.50%) got D7-E8 whilst 30,970 (9.06%) had F9. Based on this, Social Studies showed a slight improvement in the performance of candidates from 73.27% in 2018 to 75.43% in 2019. In all, the provisional results indicate an improvement in the range of A1 to C6 in both Integrated Science and Social Studies.