5 Requirements To Retrieve WAEC and GCE Registration Number

Last Updated on July 27, 2020 by Ope Quadri

Before now, the printing our WAEC result was done at the state office of the examining body, sometimes, one might have to travel to the national headquarters in Lagos, that has changed.
In this post, we’ll show you how to print out an old WAEC result of 2005 or a result older than that from WAEC result portal, be it May/June or Nov/Dec popularly known as GCE.
What makes this post unique is the fact that you even if you have forgotten your WAEC registration number, you can still go-ahead to print out your result.
For instance, if the only details you can remember are the exam centre and the year.

Requirements To Retrieve WAEC and GCE Registration Number

So you’ve forgotten your examination centre number or exam registration number? Don’t you worry as their are means to retrieve forgotten examination number or registration number?
First, retrieve your photo card, see requirements below:

  1. Affidavit for loss of examination number
  2. Treasury receipt
  3. A Passport photo
  4. Processing fee of N2,000
  5. Result checking & printing fee of N950.

Follow the steps below
Step 1: Retrieve your photo card.
Step 2: Tender the listed requirements at the WAEC office nearest to you.
That’s all.
If don’t have any of the problem discussed above, but you want to check your WAEC or GCE result online, follow the guide below:

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