The Fee schedule for 2022 private West African Examinations Council WAEC Ghana registration depends on the number of subjects to be registered. Candidates registering fewer subjects would be required to pay a lesser amount than those registering all the subjects.
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Table of Contents
- 1 WAEC Ghana Registration Fees Schedule for 2022
- 1.1 WAEC Ghana Subject Fees
- 1.2 WAEC Fees for Oral/Practical/Project Work
- 1.3 Correction of Entries for WAEC Candidate
- 1.4 List of Participating Banks
- 1.5 Refund of WAEC Fees
- 1.6 Request for WAEC Re-Marking
- 1.7 Candidates with Special Needs
- 1.8 Issuance of WAEC Ghana Certificates
WAEC Ghana Registration Fees Schedule for 2022
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC Ghana) has schedule the date for the upcoming Nov/Dec 2022.
WAEC Ghana Subject Fees
The WAEC Ghana Subject Fees for the upcoming NovDec examination is as follows;
6 or more subjects – GH¢480.30
5 subjects – GH¢458.99
4 subjects – GH¢436.26
3 subjects – GH¢410.70
2 subjects – GH¢395.07
1 subject – GH¢379.45
WAEC Fees for Oral/Practical/Project Work
Candidates who offer subjects with oral/practical/project work component will pay additional fees as follows;
GH¢59.82 per subject for Practical Test
GH¢59.82 per subject for Project Work
GH¢43.07 per subject for Oral (English, Arabic, and French)
Correction of Entries for WAEC Candidate
All amendments of any information on Biodata would be considered during and after registration before the release of results.
After submission of entries candidates who wish to make any change(s) will pay the following charges;
- GH¢50.00 plus Practical/Project Work/Oral fee where applicable
- GH₵100.00 for correction of centre name, date of birth, address, picture or
substitution of a subject.
- For the addition of subject(s), the fees are as stated in 16(1) and 16(2) above.
Entries made between 11th July 2022 will attract the following;
- Late Entry: One and a half (1½) times the total entry fee;
- Substitution of Subject(s): One and a half (1½) times the subject(s) fee.
- Addition of Subject(s): Twice the subject(s) fee indicated in 16(1) and 16(2) above;
- Correction of name, date of birth, address, or signature: GH¢100.00.
List of Participating Banks
Candidates may pay their e-registration fees at any branch of the following banks;
- Prudential Bank (GH) Limited
- Zenith Bank (GH) Limited
- Bank of Africa (GH) Limited
- United Bank of Africa (UBA)
- Ecobank (GH) Limited
- Access Bank
- FBN Bank (GH) Limited
- Consolidated Bank (GH) Limited
- Agriculture Development Bank (ADB) (only in the following regions): Eastern, Oti, Volta, Northern, North East, Savannah, Upper East, Upper West, Bono, Bono East, and Ahafo
The registration shall become valid only after the requisite fee has been paid and the appropriate receipt obtained by the candidate at the bank.
Refund of WAEC Fees
The West African Examinations Council, (WAEC), does NOT undertake to refund fees paid for its services. However, if notice of withdrawal of candidature is received early, consideration may be given for the refund of the fee paid, solely at the discretion of the Council
Request for WAEC Re-Marking
Requests for remarking received 60 days after the release of results would not be granted. Any candidate who makes a request for remarking will be required to pay the appropriate fee.
Candidates with Special Needs
Candidates with special needs (for example: physically challenged, visually impaired, and hearing impaired) who are duly registered for the examination should complete the attached Form A and forward it to the Council to enable us to make special arrangements for them. This notification should be received no later than October 2022.
Additional Time for Special Needs
Candidates who are blind/deaf are to be allowed one and a half (1½) times the time allotted to other candidates.
WAEC Ghana Oral Tests
Candidates who are deaf are exempted from Oral Tests.
Issuance of WAEC Ghana Certificates
Certificates will be issued to candidates upon request three months after the release of results.
RECOMMENDED – WAEC Registration for Private Candidates 2022.