Tuesday, 10 January 2017


We’re glad to inform the general public and all prospective WAEC candidates that the portal for the 2017/2018 WAEC e-Registration has been opened and as such, candidates can now register for their WAEC examinations online but has to be done through their school.

The WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration website is very user friendly and easy to navigate through. Schools can now login to the portal and register their candidates for the forthcoming WAEC examination.

The WAEC e-Registration service makes registration easier for the schools and also eliminates errors in registration information which are hitherto made on paper and only detected while processing the paper forms by WAEC.

Documents such as Timetable, Syllabus and Registration Template for the examination can easily be printed or downloaded by the School Authorities from the WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration portal.

WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration – Procedure For Registration
We’ll talk about the whole registration process for the WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration portal. If you follow the instructions carefully, you’ll be able to complete your WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration without any hassles.

We’ll be covering the following details:
• Payment for the Examination
• Identification of School Principal/Examination officer (Sign up/Sign In)
• Registration of Candidates
• Reviewing/Editing candidate information
• Generation Examination Numbers
• Downloading of Information
• Offline Registration

WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration – Payment For The Examination

For the payment of the WAEC 2017/2018 e-Registration fees, schools are expected to collect the approved registration fees from all their candidates and issue one bank draft in favour of The West African Examinations Council (WAEC). This cheque is paid at the WAEC Zonal/Branch Office in charge of their State. The designated WAEC Finance Officer in the Zonal/Branch Office enters information regarding the payment on his computer and issued the school a scratch card or pay voucher containing information to enable the Principal/Examination Officer sign up to the e-Registration Website.

However, to accommodate schools that may not have easy access to the internet in their locality and to make the online registration trouble-free, there is a provision for offline registration on their standalone PCs or through Business Centers in their locality. The CD-ROM containing this offline registration facility will be given to schools along with the pay voucher upon payment. This also means that schools could start registering their candidates as they collect entry fees from them. 

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