Bece 2019 Results Is Not Out, Disregard Any Such Rumour

Students who sat for the 2019 BECE should know that WAEC will officially announce the release of the results officially through a press release and this will be made known via radio, TV and news portals.

Bece 2019 Results Is Not Out, Disregard Any Such Rumour

When is 2019 BECE result going to be out online?  The BECE 2019 Results is expected to be released before the end of August 2019. This is based on previous release dates for BECE 2017, and 2018.

Bece 2019 Results Is Not Out, Disregard Any Such Rumour

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has officially announced that the WAEC results will be released 45 days after the examination. From our (websaet.com) calculations, it means that the 2019 WAEC Bece results will be released on 28th August, 2019 or after (early September).

“We are indeed happy that the examination was conducted in a hitch-free manner. Right now, we have commenced coordination, briefing and subsequently, marking,” he said. 
“We are looking at releasing the results in 45 days or earlier than that time.
“It has been the commitment of the council to always give quality service delivery in line with the head of the national office, Olu Adenipekun’s promise to reduce the waiting days from 90 days to 45 days.”

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has really put in a lot of effort to reduce the waiting days for the released of its WASSCE result to 45 days as against the usual 60 to 90 days.

It is however important that candidates know the exact date that the BECE result will be released online so that they can access with their result checker cards which are already on the market after the release of the WASSCE results.

If the information from the West African Examination Council (WAEC) that the BECE results will be released in record time thus 45 days after the examination then the result will surely be released before the end of August 2019.

Graduates who completed the 2019 Basic education and sat for the Basic Education Certificate Examinations (BECE) seem to be getting anxious with rumours in town that the results have been released.  This is mere speculation.

The graduates are hoping to make good grades and be placed is their preferred school of choice so as to enjoy the Free SHS come September 2019.

We hope when it is released, the website on which students and parents access the result does not slow down in any way or suffer from intense traffic leading to it going off as the case was when the results and school placements were released in 2018. We entreat the Ghana Education Service, WAEC and the Ministry of Education to give us a hitches free result checking experience when the BECE 2019 results are released by WAEC.

NOTE: The 2019 WAEC Bece results have not been released yet, follow the below simple procedures to to access your results once they are released by The West African Examination Council (WAEC).

How to Check Your Bece Result 2019 With a PIN (Fast Method & Recommended)

Here is how to check WAEC Bece results online. You need to connect your PC or your mobile phone with any internet network connection. Please don’t use Opera Mini for these steps.

Follow the step by step instructions given below, if you get stuck, call Websaet.com on 0555078128 for help.

Here is how to check your BECE results without a Scratch Code:

  1. Use any browser, preferably Google Chrome or Torch browser and visit ghana.waecdirect.org
  2. On the next Screen, enter your 12 Index Number: Eg: 012345678912
  3. Enter your WAEC exam year of completion. Eg: 2019
  4. Enter the exam type you sat for. Eg: BECE School 2019
  5. Now, you will need to enter your 10 Digit Pin here. Enter the secret Pin.
  6. Submit your personal information and patiently wait for your results.

How to Check your BECE Results 2019 with a Scratch Card

Now, to check your BECE result for 2019/2020, you’ll need a scratch card. We recommend you get a WAEC result checking scratch card from an accredited dealer in Ghana. We recommend Monicliq Thereafter, follow the procedures below to check your result online.

If you already have a scratch card and would not prefer the PIN Method (which is more convenient), then this is how to use the scratch card to check your results.

  1. Visit the Waec Result Checker Online Portal via the link below;
    http://ghana.waecdirect.org
  2. Enter your Index Number.
  3. Select the Type of Examination (e.g. BECE).
  4. Select your Examination Year eg. 2019.
  5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your Scratch card.
  6. Enter the 12-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Scratch card eg. 012345678912.
  7. Confirm your Index Number and Examination Year. This is to ensure that your examination information is correct.
  8. Click on Submit and wait for the display in the popup window. This may take several seconds.

How to get your BECE Results Checker PIN

You can get the BECE Pin at selected Internet Cafes and bookshops across the country for GHS 15 or GHS 20. Beware of scammers too who will only take advantage of you and try to charge you at very low prices, they are not real. Save your money. We recommend Monicliq

WAEC Ghana BECE Grading System

The grading system for BECE gives a Ghanaian candidate with an excellent score an A1 and B2 grade, a good score candidate gets a B3, a credit candidate gets a C4, C5, and C6 grade, and finally, a “pass” student gets a D7 and E8 grade.

In simple terms, below is the BECE grading scale or the used BECE grading system 2019:

ExcellentA175% – 100%
Very goodB270% – 74%
GoodB365%- 69%
CreditC460% – 64%
CreditC555% – 59%
CreditC650% – 54%
PassD745% – 49%
PassE840% – 45%
FailureF90% – 44%

READ ALSO: 2020 Bece Is Scheduled to Start from 8th June to 12th June

BECE Subjects That Candidates Take.

All the subjects offered in the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is contained in the BECE syllabus. All candidates are expected to write examinations for the following subjects.

  • English Language
  • Mathematics
  • Ghanaian language and culture
  • Integrated Sciences
  • Social Studies
  • Basic Design and Technology
  • Information Communication Technology
  • French (optional)
  • Religious and Moral Education

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