Avoid Fake WAEC Online Classes:

In a recent development, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has issued a statement disavowing any connection with a website claiming to offer online classes for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) candidates.

⚠️ WAECWarning Denies affiliation with fake online classes site
🌐 Official Portal Only one e-learning portal by WAEC
🚫 Fake Site Claims to offer WASSCE classes; not associated with WAEC
🛑 Security Risk Unknown site may capture personal info
📢 Announcement Made by WAEC’s acting head of public affairs
🎓 E-Learning Candidates should use WAEC’s portal for study material
🗓️ Disclosure Date Statement released on Wednesday

WAEC Cautions Candidates Against Unauthorised Online Classes

Official Announcement to Dismiss False Claims

It has come to light that there is misinformation circulating about WAEC offering online classes through an unofficial website. WAEC has categorically denied these claims.

WAEC’s Sole E-Learning Platform

Candidates preparing for WASSCE are urged to use only WAEC’s official e-learning portal for studying. This platform is the only authorised source for examination guidance and advice.

Official Statement from WAEC

In a press release published by WAEC, Moyosola Adesina, the acting head of public affairs for WAEC, clearly stated, “The attention of the West African Examination Council has been drawn to a website purporting to offer online classes for prospective WASSCE candidates.”

Advisory to Students and Guardians

WAEC advises students and guardians to remain vigilant and use only the official e-learning portal for accurate and reliable information. The examination body stressed the potential risks of sharing personal information on unverified websites.


  • Always verify the authenticity of educational resources online.
  • WAEC’s official e-learning portal is the trusted source for examination preparation.
  • Protect your personal information by avoiding unofficial websites.

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