The Head of National Office of the West African Examination Council Dale Gbotoe says all is now set for the conduct of the last private candidate exams commonly know as resiter.
According to Mr.Gbotoe the council has completed all in house training both with staff of WAEC and supervisors in a move to ensure the perfect and professional conduct of the exams.
Mr.Gbotoe told reporters that the exam will be administered in thirteen of Liberia’s fifteen Counties and in over sixty centers.
He named Rivercess and Gbarpolu as the two Counties where the exams will not be administered due to the failure of more or no candidates to apply for the test.
The Liberian educator pointed out that the council is fully prepared to conduct the test on Monday,January 7, 2019 void of interruption.
He noted that about 11,000 Candidates will write the test either in the approved subject or subjects of deficiency.
He encourage the qualified candidates to take advantage of the last exams because it is the final test that will be administered under the Liberia Senior High School Certificate Examinations.
According to him any candidate who fails to sit the exams on Monday they will have no choice in the coming years but to write all subjects under the West African Senior Secondary Exams (WASSCE)
Meanwhile sensitive educational materials as well as WAEC staffs and supervisors are now being dispatched and deployed as well to their respective areas of assignments.
Additionally preparations leading to the hosting of the second conduct of WASSCE exams is said to be well on course.
At the same time ,the council will this year in June hopefully re-launch and or re-introduce the 6th graders exams.
Mr.Gbotoe at the same time praised President Weah for his support to the council and the educational sector of Liberia in general.