In fact we just finished briefing course for INVIGILATOR AND SUPERVISORS for 2013 WASSCE The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has set-out rules and regulations governing the 2013 West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).The council has, therefore, directed all heads of educational institutions, students and pupils as well as parents and guardians to study the rules and comply accordingly as anyone who violated them would face the necessary sanctions. A WAEC warned both senior and junior high school candidates to avoid any misconduct that would lead to cancellation of the examination results.Below is what transpired during the briefing and want to share with you
==>Insults or assault of supervisors,invigilators and inspectors
==> Other offences include holding any foreign material
==> collusion, impersonation, leakages or mass cheating.
The WAEC said it had acquired new techniques to deal with anybody who attempted to indulge in any examination malpractices during this year.
The supervisor will bring device called "Foreign Material Detector" detect all foreign materials carry by students