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South East States Top WAEC Ranking, Northern Schools Rank Low by kingsfield(m): 10:25am On Feb 05, 2016
– 2015 WAEC analysis shows south east school perform well
– Northern schools scored very low
The analysis of the performance of states in the 2015 West African Senior School Certificate Examination has emerged with south east states again topping the chart with their candidates obtaining the most credits in at least five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.
The Punch reports that the details of the May/June WAEC examination were released on Thursday, February 4.
Abia state topped the chart with 33, 762 of its 52, 801 candidates getting five credits and above including Mathematics and English thereby securing 63.94 per cent. Anambra followed with 61.18 per cent as 28, 379 out of 46, 385 candidates performed well. Interestingly, candidate obtained five credits and above, including English and Mathematics from four federal government colleges meaning none of the candidates from the school are likely to secure university admission. The schools are: Federal Government Girls’ College, Bajoga, Gombe State; FGGC, Bauchi; FGGC Gboko, and the Federal Science and Technical College, Kafanchan.
Edo state came third with 38, 052 of its 62, 327 candidate getting five credits and above while Rivers, Imo, Lagos, Bayelsa, Delta, Enugu and Ebonyi rounding up the top ten in the performance ranking.
Only 646 candidates from the 14, 784 that wrote the exam in Yobe got five credits and above the thereby coming last with 4.27 per cent. Northern states occupied the rear positions with nine northern states in the last ten positions. They are Adamawa, Osun, Sokoto, Bauchi, Kebbi, Katsina, Gombe, Jigawa, Zamfara and Yobe.
Lagos with 68, 173 out of 141, 963 candidates that sat for the examination placed sixth on the rankings.
The analysis showed that 1,590. 284 candidates sat for the examination in which only 562, 413 candidates obtained credits in five subjects and above including English Language and Mathematics while 1,029,871 representing 64.63 per cent failed to obtain admission requirement to the nation’s universities.
See the ranking below:
1 Abia
2 Anambra
3 Edo
4 Rivers
5 Imo
6 Lagos
7 Bayelsa
8 Delta
9 Enugu
10 Ebonyi
11 Ekiti
12 Kaduna
13 Ondo
14 Abuja
15 Kogi
16 Benue
17 Akwa Ibom
18 Kwara
19 Ogun
20 Cross River
21 Taraba
22 Plateau
24 Kano
25 Borno
26 Oyo
27 Niger
28 Adamawa
29 Osun
30 Sokoto
31 Bauchi
32 Kebbi
33 Katsina
34 Gombe
35 Jigawa
36 Zamfara
37 Yobe
Re: South East States Top WAEC Ranking, Northern Schools Rank Low by bonechamberlain(m): 10:36am On Feb 05, 2016
this country is a brain drain to the east.
God save ur people
Re: South East States Top WAEC Ranking, Northern Schools Rank Low by nnachukz(m): 10:55am On Feb 05, 2016
No single northern states was able to rank above anyone of the five southeastern states. Good. Next time we need to line up the first five positions.
Re: South East States Top WAEC Ranking, Northern Schools Rank Low by MonPro: 9:49am On Feb 08, 2016
lalasticlala and mynd44, make una come see result o.

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