Ghana Waec (Wassce for Private Candidates Registration) 2019

Ghana Waec (Wassce for Private Candidates Registration) 2019: The West African Examinations Council will re-open registration for the WASSCE for Private Candidates, 2019 from 29th July to 12th August, 2019 for the benefit of candidates who could not register during the regular period. Student who are currently in school can also register and try their hands on the exam.

Ghana Waec (Wassce for Private Candidates Registration) 2019

Prospective candidates should report at WAEC accredited café operators for registration.

Candidates registering during the period will be allocated examination centres in the REGIONAL CAPITALS ONLY.  Other terms and conditions apply.

Re-open registration for WASSCE for Private Candidates, 2019 – Step-by-step How To Register

The registration for the exam is strictly online, it is however done manually for some WAEC accredited institutions.

interested candidates can register for the exam at any accredited internet café,
Candidates are to first capture their finger prints to commence registration.
After your finger prints have been captured, you can now create an account by providing your email address and a password.
You can then proceed to registration providing your Bio data (personal details)
and subject selection,
You would have to upload your scanned photograph and signature.
Make sure the information provided are correct before you submit because you cannot make any changes upon submission.
An invoice will be generated for you to print and proceed to the bank to make payment.
NOTE: your registration is not valid until the appropriate fees has been paid
Below are the subject fees
Ghana Waec (Wassce for Private Candidates Registration) 2019

Ghana WAEC Novdec Registration Fees Schedule 2019

Ghana WAEC Novdec Registration Fees Schedule 2019: Below is the private WAEC registration fees schedule for November/December Examination 2019. The Fees schedule for 2019 private 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.


Ghana WAEC Novdec Registration Fee Schedule 2019


Ghana WAEC Novdec Registration Fees Schedule 2019

Subject Fees

The subject fees are as follows:

6 or more subjects … … GH¢308.00
5 subjects … … … GH¢293.00
4 subjects … … … GH¢277.00
3 subjects … … … GH¢259.00
2 subjects … … … GH¢248.00
1 subject … … … GH¢237.00

Fees for Oral/Practical/Project Work

Candidates who offer subjects with oral/practical/project work component will
pay additional fees as follows:

GH¢42.00 per subject for Practical
GH¢42.00 per subject for Project Work
GH¢30.00 per subject for Oral (English and French)

Correction of Entries

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¢42.00 plus Practical/Project Work/Oral fee where applicable
  • GH₵100.00 for correction of centre name, date of birth, address, picture or
    substitution of subject.
  • For addition of subject(s), the fees are as stated in 16(1) and 16(2) above.


Entries made between 16th April and 31st May, 2019 will attract the following:

(a) Late Entry: One and half (1½) times the total entry fee;
(b) Substitution of Subject(s): One and half (1½) times the subject(s) fee
indicated in 16(1) and 16(2) above;
(c) Addition of Subject(s): Twice the subject(s) fee indicated in 16(1) and
16(2) above;
(d) Correction of name, date of birth, address, or signature: GH¢100.00.


Candidates may pay their e-registration fees at any branch of the following banks:
(1) Prudential Bank (GH) Limited
(2) Zenith Bank (GH) Limited
(3) Bank of Africa (GH) Limited
(4) United Bank of Africa (UBA)
(5) Ecobank (GH) Limited
(6) Access Bank
(7) FBN Bank (GH) Limited
(8) Agriculture Development Bank (ADB) (only in the following regions):

The registration shall become valid only after the requisite fee has been paid and the
appropriate receipt has been obtained by the candidate at the bank.


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 before
29th June, 2019, consideration may be given for the refund of fees paid.


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 (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 make special arrangements
for them. This notification should be received not later than 1st June, 2019.

Candidates who are blind/deaf are to be allowed one and half (1½) times the
time allotted to other candidates.

Candidates who are deaf are exempted from Oral Tests.


Certificates will be issued to candidates upon request three months after release of

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