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2020 Nov/Dec: Candidates without Index Number to check centres with invoice number – WAEC

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The organizers of the WASSCE for Private Candidates (Nov/Dec) says candidates who as at now have not gotten their Index Numbers should use their invoice number to check for their examination centres.

The Head of Private Examinations, WAEC said this in an interview monitored by Georgeweb.org on Thursday November 19, 2020.

The invoice number the WAEC official said was given to applicants who registered for the private examination and made payment at the bank.

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Mrs Veronica Asante indicated that candidates with the invoice number are to visit the Council’s website to check their admission notice and centres.

“Similarly candidates with index number can also check for this admission notice or examination centres”, She told host of the interview

“Admission notice is ready, every candidate should check, there is no way a candidate will say I don’t know the centre I will write my exams”, the WAEC staff added.

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Source: Georgeweb.org

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