Saturday, February 17, 2018

10 Important Requirements for the Nigeria Army Recruitment


Stcharlesedu.com highlights 7 basic requirements needed to qualify for the recruitment exercise as listed by the Nigeria Army.

Requirements For the Nigeria Army Recruitment

1. Applicants shall be of Nigerian origin by birth and possess National Identity card.


What are Educational requirements for Nigeria Army Force Recruitment?

2. Applicants must possess a minimum of 4 credits in not more than 2 sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB. One of the credits must be in English language.
3. In addition, Tradesmen & Women Applicants must also possess OND/Trade Test/City and Guild certificate.


Age Requirements for NPF 2018/2019 recruitment

4. Non-Tradesmen & Women Applicants must be aged between 18 - 22 years by March 1
5. Tradesmen & Women Applicants must be aged between 18 - 26 years by March 1.


Others Requirements

6. Applicants must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit and must not be less than 1.68 meters tall for male and 1.62 meters tall for female.
7. Applicants must print their completed online forms, attest it and submit it at the examination recruitment centres during the screening exercise period.
8. Knowledge of additional Nigerian Languages other than mother tongue is an added advantage
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The Printed forms shall be accompanied with the following documents to the exam venue
  • Photocopies of Birth Certificate/Age Declaration.
  • Photocopies of academic and professional Certificates.
  • A letter of Identification signed by the identifying officer in Section F of the duly completed form (printed from this online portal).
  • Applicants shall be required to produce the originals of all certificates/Credentials and Online Registration Scratch Card purchased during the screening exercise.
  • Any applicant suspected to have impersonated, manipulated or submitted false documents shall be disqualified during or after training. Such an applicant shall also be handed over to the Police for Prosecution.
  • Candidates whose pictures are not submitted electronically will not be considered for shortlisting.
  • The Nigerian Army shall not entertain any enquires in respect of applicants whose applications are rejected or failed to meet the selection criteria.

Friday, February 16, 2018

List of SSCE NECO Approved Subjects - for Science, Arts & Commercial

National Examination Council (NECO) Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE)
This is the examination taken by candidates in their last stage of Secondary School Education. The SSCE is in two categories. One is for candidates in the third and final year of their senior secondary education and it is called SSCE Internal while the Second is SSCE External and is for candidates not in the School system, i.e. Private Candidates.
NECO INTERNAL
The SSCE internal has seventy-six subjects which are grouped into the following six categories.
1. Compulsory Cross-Cutting Subjects
2. Science and Mathematics
3. Technology
4. Humanities
5. Business Studies and
6. Trade/Entrepreneurship.
The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight while the maximum is nine. All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.
NECO EXTERNAL
Another core component of the mandate of the Council as espoused in the Enabling law is the conduct of the Senior School Certificate Examination for External Candidates.
101 : English Language (ENG)
102 : Mathematics (MTH)
103 : Civic Education (CIV)
201 : Biology (BIO)
202 : Chemistry (CHE)
203 : Physics (PHY)
204 : Further Mathematics (FMT)
205 : Health Education (HEA)
206 : Agricultural Science (AGR)
207 : Physical Education (PHE)
208 : Computer Studies (CMP)
301 : Technical Drawing (TEC)
302 : Metal Work (MET)
303 : Basic Electricity (BEL)
304 : Electronics (ELE)
305 : Auto Mechanics (ATM)
306 : Building Construction (BUI)
307 : Wood Work (WWK)
308 : Home Management (HOM)
309 : Food & Nutrition (FNU)
401 : Xtian Religious Studies (CHR)

Neco Approved Subjects

402 : Islamic Studies (ISL)
403 : Visual Art (VIS)
404 : Music (MUS)
405 : History (HIS)
406 : Geography (GEO)
407 : Government (GOV)
408 : Economics (ECO)
409 : Literature in English (LIT)
410 : French (FRE)
411 : Arabic (ARA)
412 : Hausa (HAU)
413 : Igbo (IGB)
414 : Yoruba (YOR)
415 : Edo (EDO)
416 : Efik (EFK)
417 : Ibibio (IBB)
501 : Stores Management (STM)
502 : Financial Accounting (ACC).
503 : Commerce (COM)
504 : Office Practice (OFF)
505 : Insurance (INS)
601 : Auto Body Rep & Spray Ptn (ARS)
602 : Auto Electrical Work (AEW)
603 : Auto Mechanical Works (AMW)
604 : Auto Parts Merchandising (APM)
605 : Air cond. & Refrigeration (AIR)
606 : Weld. & Fab. Engr Craft p (WFE)
607 : Elect. Install. Maint. Wk (EIM)

Neco approved subjects

608 : Radio, TV & Electro. Serv (RTV)
609 : Blk Lay. Brick L. & Cone. (BLO)
610 : Painting & Decorating (PTD)
611 : Plumbing & Pipefitting (PPF)
612 : Machine Woodworking (MWK)
613 : Carpentary and Joinery (CPJ)
614 : Furniture Making (FUR)
615 : Upholstery (UPH)
616 : Catering Craft Practice (CCP)
617 : Garment Making (GMK)
618 : Clothing & Textiles (CLO)
619 : Dyeing and Bleaching (DYE)
620 : Printing Craft Practice (PCP)
621 : Cosmetology (COS)
622 : Photography (PHO)
623 : Mining (MIN)
624 : Tourism (TOU)
625 : Leather Goods Man. & Rep. (LEA)
626 : Stenography (STN)
627 : Data Processing (DAT)
628 : Store Keeping (STO)
629 : Book Keeping (BKP)
630 : GSM Maintenance & Repair (GSM)
631 : Animal Husbandry (ANH)
632 : Fishery (FSH)
633 : Marketing (MKT)
634 : Salesmanship (SMS)
616 : Catering Craft Practice (CCP)
617 : Garment Making (GMK)
618 : Clothing & Textiles (CLO)


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What is the meaning of Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR)?

Remita Retrieval Reference

is a 12 digits character that is generated and used to carry out transaction (pay electronic invoice) on the official remita website

what is the meaning of Remita Retrieval Reference

What does the RRR stand for?

RRR is the short form or abbreviation for writing Remita Retrieval Reference.

Remita is the most comprehensive way to make & receive electronic payments in Africa.
Whether you intend to use Remita for personal or business purposes, this multi-device platform lets you view all your bank balances - from different banks - on a single screen, easily transfer money to one or more beneficiaries, pay bills, view detailed transaction reports on-the-go, and much more.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

SSCE/GCE: WAEC Online Registration Centres | Agent Centre Listing

WAEC ONLINE REGISTRATION AGENT CENTRES LISTING

This is to inform all Cyber Cafes who are or will be engaging in the forthcoming WAEC online registration that we are creating a directory of SSCE/GCE WAEC Online Registration centers to make it easy for Intending School and Private candidate to locate you and register in your cyber cafe.
Remember, stcharlesedu.com is not the official WAEC website, but owned and managed by a private firm to provide information to intending school and private candidate who will be needing them in a way they will understand. Hence, we do not charge you to access information from this website, rather the site is being managed by ad revenue and donations.

How to Become WAEC Registration Agent

HOW TO BECOME AN APPROVED CENTRE FOR WAEC ONLINE REGISTRATION
There is nothing like approved centre for WAEC Online registration or any special registration with the official WAEC. The criteria that qualifies you to register intending school candidate and private candidate include:
  1. Having a computer with a memory of at least 1G RAM
  2. Having a black and white or coloured printer which you’ll need to print out exam photo card for private candidate and list of registered candidate for school candidate that are successful registration.
  3. Having a Biometric Scanner for thumb printing. The Recommended scanner is Digital Persona U.are.U 4500. If you do not have, we can place order for you then you pay when you receive the Biometric scanner.
  4. Power supply.
If you have the above, you are good to go!
Now what next?
You need to let people around you know that you do this. Most Secondary Schools and Private Candidate
within your vicinity might not know your business center and will probably search google for approved centre for WAEC online registration.

How to Join the WAEC Registration Agent listing

Type and send in the below info, using the comment box
Business Name:
Business Contact Address:
Owner Name:
Phone Number:
WARNING
Intending school or private candidate are advise to meet this people face to face at their office address, if you intend doing business with any of the agent listed here.


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How to Create School Account for WAEC Offline/Online Registration

How to Create WAEC School Account through WAEC Offline Registration Software.

You can leave this page open, while you create your WAEC Account profile in another window, and use this as a guide.
SSCE WAEC Account Creation – This article will give you an insight on how to “Create WAEC School Account Profile” for both online and offline registration. Follow the lead below;
For you to carry out this process successful, your system has to be connect to an internet.
1. Launch the WAEC WASSCE For School Candidates Offline Registration System
2. Click on Administration
3. Click on online upload
4. Click on Signup (new user)
5. Type in the pin given to you after payment at waec office
6. Click on Validate
7. Fill in the detail shown to you correctly, when done, click on submit
Login Info:- User Id, password, Security question and answer.
Examination Officer Info:- Surname, first name, other names, email address, School Phone No, Examination, Officer No.
School Selection Info: - name of School, School type, School Address
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How to Create School Account for WAEC May/June WASSCE School Candidate Online

1. visit the link WASSCE (for School Candidate)
2. Click on Create an Account 
3. Type in the pin given to you at waec office after payment.
4. Click on Verify Pin, once you click the verify pin in step four, step five provides you with a form to fill in your personal information
5. Fill in all the information as provided by the form. Your School Category, user name, surname, first name, middle name, gsm number, email address, security question and answer, password to login into your waec wassce school account.
6. Once you are sure of all the above information, click on “Create Account”.
That’s all, your account will be created immediately. You should see a message that says “Your Account Creation Was Successful.” You can click on “Proceed to Login” to access your new profile.
Please ensure you crosscheck all the above information, because if you don’t, it may cost you to change it in future.
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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Nigeria Police Recruitment Requirements and Form 2018

Nigeria's police was first established in 1820. The first person to have the highest rank in all the police is commissioner general colonel KK. In 1879 a 1,200-member armed paramilitary Hausa Constabulary was formed. In 1896 the Lagos Police was established.
The need by the present leadership to reposition the Force through capacity building calls for the recruitment of Police Officers of lower cadre into the Nigeria Police Force. In order to align with International standard and best practices and the United Nation Standard of Policing, the Force needs virile and dynamic police officers for better service delivery and mitigiating emerging security challenges. To this end, our goal is to ensure the safety of lives and property of the Nigeria citizens and make Nigeria safer and more secured for economic development and growth.

Nigeria Police Recruitment Requirements

1. Applicants shall be of Nigerian origin by birth and possess National Identity Number (NIN)
2. Applicants must possess a minimum of 5 credits in not more than 2 sittings in WASSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB with credit passess in English and Mathematics.
3. Applicants must be aged between 18-25 years by March 2018.
4. Applicants must be medically, physically, and psychologically fit and must not be less than 1.67mtrs tall for male and 1.64mtrs tall for female.
7. Applicants must print their completed online forms, guarantor form and submit it at the examination / screening and recruitment centre.
8. All appllicants MUST have readily available scanned copy of their
- SSCE/GCE/NABTEB/NECO Result
- Birth Certificate Result
- FSLC Result
- LGA Certificate
- Passport Photograph

Nigeria Police Recruitment Requirements/Forms - How to Apply

ALL applications must be submitted ONLINE.
i. You MUST have a functional Email Address and Mobile Phone Number before you begin your application:
ii. Fill and SUBMIT the Online Form. (Review the information before final submission).
iii. Ensure that you print out the information that is sent automatically to your Email, and do not forget to copy and save your REGISTRATION NUMBER for future correspondences. The NUMBER Is case sensitive please.
iv. You would be required to present a hardcopy of email message sent to you if you are shortlisted and contacted for the next stage of the recruitment process.
click to apply online > Nigeria Police Recruitment Online Form

Junior WAEC Syllabus and List of Subjects | AKA BECE or JSS 3 EXAM


At the Junior WAEC level, eighteen subjects are taught, a candidate is expected to enroll for a maximum of ten subject, A candidate is said to have successful passed the exam if he/she cleared six subject including English Language and Mathematics

How to Obtain BECE, JSS 3 or Junior WAEC Syllabus

Meet the principal or head master of your school to demand for a copy of it.

BECE, JSS 3 or Junior WAEC List of Subjects

1. Mathematics
2. English Language
3. Basic/lntegrated Science
4. Agricultural Science
5. Physical Education
6. Introductory Technology
7. Social Studies
8. Religious Studies
9. Business Studies
10. Local Language
11. Computer
12. French
13. Civic Education
14. Home Economics
15. Cultural & Creative Arts


Compulsory Subject to Enroll in BECE

The top 6 subjects to focus on in Junior Waec are as follows:
1. Mathematics
2. English Language
3. Basic/lntegrated Science
4. Civic Education
5. Agricultural Science
6. Computer


Junior WAEC Grading System

A - Distinction 
B - Upper Credit 
C - Lower Credit 
P - Pass 
F - Fail

Sunday, February 11, 2018

WAEC Four Figure Table PDF - How to Download and Use it Free

WAEC Four Figure Table App - How to Install and Use it on your Andriod Mobile Devices

How to Download WAEC Four Figure Table Mobile App
visit google play store  using your mobile android device
Search for the keyword Logarithm Table: Math Solver
Download and install the Mobile App and Get all the powerful functionalities on your device
The App come with Table of Logarithm and Antilogarithm
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waec four figure table - log

How to Use WAEC Four Figure Table to Find Logarithm and Antilog

  1. WAEC Four Figure Table: How to determine logarithm of a given number
If x is a positive real number then log x can be written as
log x =  characteristic of x  +  mantissa of x.
Remember that the base is 10 and we are considering natural logarithms or logs only.
Characteristic of x is an integer that can be either positive or negative depending on whether x > 1 or
0 < x <1.
Mantissa of x has to be read from the log tables.
i)How to determine the characteristic of a logx:
If x > 1,  then count the digits on the left of the decimal point; if the number of digits is y,  then the characteristic is (y - 1).
If 0 < x < 1, then count the number of zeroes appearing in the right side of the decimal point; if the number of zeros is z, then the characteristic is ñ ( z + 1 ).  This is
_____
also written as ( z + 1 ), read as (z + 1 ) bar.
ii)How to determine the mantissa of a logx :
As mentioned earlier, the mantissa has to be read from a standard log table.  Log tables consist of rows that go from 10,11, up to 99.  The columns have values 0,1, 2, up to 9. Beyond the 10 columns, there is another column which is known as the mean difference. For determining the mantissa, a particular row has to be read off and the mean difference has to be added from the table.
The following has to be remembered :
  • Mantissa usually consist of a four digit number, and it comes after the decimal point.
  • Mantissa is a non negative real number , which is less then 1.
  • While determining the mantissa, the decimal point of the number has to be ignored.
  • Most of the log tables give values of mantissa up to four digits only. For more than a four digit mantissa, we have to round off the last digit.
  • Number with same sequence of digits have same mantissa.
Example 1 : Find the log of 500.2.
Characteristic = 2.
For mantissa, read from the table a number 5002. From the rows, choose 50, and read off from the number under the column 0. The number given in the log tables is 6990. Now read, in the same row, the mean difference under 2. This number is given as 2.
Mantissa = 6990 + 2  =  6992.
Thus log 500.2  = Characteristic of 500.2   +    Mantissa of 500.2
                        = 2   +   0.6992
                        = 2.6992.
Example 2 : Find the log of 72.98.
Characteristic = 1.
For mantissa, read from the table a number 7298. From the rows, choose 72, and read off from the number under the column 9. The number given in the log tables is 8627. Now read, in the same row, the mean difference under 8. This number is given as 5.
Mantissa = 8627 + 5  = 8632.
Thus log 72.98  = Characteristic of 72.98   +   Mantissa of 72.98
                        = 1   +   0.8632
                        = 1.8632.
Example 3: Find the log of 0.0009887.
Characteristic =  -4.
For mantissa, read from the table a number 9887. From the rows, choose 98, and read off from the number under the column 8. The number given in the log tables is 9948. Now read, in the same row, the mean difference under 7. This number is given as 3.
Mantissa = 9948 + 3  = 9951.
Thus log 0.0009887 = Characteristic of 0.0009887   +   Mantissa of 0.0009887
                             = - 4   +   0.9951
                             = - 3.0049   ( The log of 0.009887 is also written as  .9951, although
its value is  - 3.0049 )
Example 4 : Find the log of 0.1234.
Characteristic =  - 1.
For mantissa, read from the table a number 1234. From the rows, choose 12, and read off from the number under the column 3. The number given in the log tables is 0899. Now read, in the same row, the mean difference under 4. This number is given as 14.
Mantissa = 0899 + 14  = 0913.
Thus log 0.1234 = Characteristic of 0.1234   +   Mantissa of 0.1234
                        = - 1   +   0. 0913
                         = - 0.9087  or .0913
The log of 1.234  will be 0.0913.
The log of 12.34  will be 1.0913.
The log of 123.4 will be 2.0913.
The log of 1234 will be 3.0913.
To keep consistency, the log of  0.1234 is written as  .0913, (although its value is - 0.9087).
The log of 12344 will be as follows : this is a five digit number, so the last that is the fifth digit will have to be rounded off. The fifth digit is 4, which is less than 5. So take the last digit is 0.  Thus the mantissa of 12344 will be same as the mantissa for 1234.
log  12344 = 4.0913.
The log of 12346 will be as follows : the last digit 6 is rounded off as 1 and is added to the second last number 4. Thus the last digit becomes 4 + 1 = 5. So we have to find the mantissa for 1235, which is 0899 + 15 = 08914.
log 12346 = 4.08914.
  1. WAEC Four Figure Table: Antilogarithm
Antilogarithm is the exact opposite of logarithm of a number.
If x = log b, then antilog (x) = b = .
Remember that antilog(x) =  .
Antilog table for base 10 is readily available. Antilog tables are used for determining the inverse value of the mantissa.
 From the characteristic, the position of the decimal point can be determined.
Antilog tables consist of rows that go from .00, . 01, up to .99.  The columns have values 0,1, 2, up to 9. Beyond the 10 columns, there is another column which is known as the mean difference. For determining the antilog of the numbers after the decimal point,  a particular row has to be read off and the mean difference has to be added from the table.
Example 1 : Find the antilog of 2.6992.
The number before the decimal point is 2, so the decimal point will be after the first 3 digits.
From the antilog table, read off the row for .69 and column of 9; the number given in the table is 5000. The mean difference in the same row and under the column 2 is 2. To get the inverse of mantissa add 5000 + 2 = 5002.
Now place a decimal point after the first 3 digits and you get the number 500.2
Thus antilog 2.6992 = 500.2
Example 2 : Find the antilog of  – 1.9087
Convert   – 1.9087 in bar notation as follows :
characteristic of   – 1.9087 =  = –2
mantissa of  –1.9087 = – 1.9087– (–2) = 0.0913
so  –0.9087  = .0913
The number before the decimal point is 0, the number of zeroes after the decimal point is one.
From the antilog table, read off the row for .09 and column of 1; the number given in the table is 1233. The mean difference in the same row and under the column 3 is 1. To get the inverse of mantissa add 1233 + 1 = 1234.
Now place a decimal point before the 1234 followed by a zero and you get the number 0.01234.
 ApplicationsWe will now see how logarithms and antilogarithms of numbers are useful for calculations which are complicated or have very large/small numbers.
Example 1 : Find 80.92 * 19.45.
Let  x = 80.92 * 19.45
Use the log function on both the sides.
log x = log  (80.92 * 19.45)
log  (80.92 * 19.45) = log 80.92 + log 19.45 ( from the laws of logarithms)
From the log tables we get log 80.92 = 1.9080, log 19.45 = 1.2889
Thus log  (80.92 * 19.45)  = 1.9080 + 1.2889 = 3.1969
log x  =  3.1969
Now use antilog functions on both the sides.
x = antilog 3.196
From the antilog tables we see that the antilog of 3.1969 is 1573.0.

WAEC Time Table For Science Student, Commercial Student And Arts Student


WAEC Time Table: See the official WAEC Compulsory Subjects for Science, Arts,
and Commercial students. So many candidates make this mistake by choosing a wrong
subject when they do WAEC Registration. To help them, we have compiled the list of all
the WAEC subjects and highlighted those that are compulsory.

WAEC Time Table - Compulsory Subject for both Science Student, Commercial Student and Art Student

1. English (compulsory to choose and sit for)
2. Mathematics (compulsory to choose and sit for)
3. Yoruba/Hausa/Igbo (one of these is compulsory to choose but not compulsory to sit
for)
4. Biology (compulsory to choose but not compulsory to sit for)
5. Economics (compulsory to choose and sit for)

WAEC Time Table For Science Student Only - Compulsory Subject

1. Physics
2. Chemistry
3. Geography
4. Agric Science
5. Further Maths

WAEC Time Table For Commercial Student Only - Compulsory Subject

1. Accounts
2. Commerce
3. Government
4. Further Maths

WAEC Time Table For Arts Student Only - Compulsory Subject

1. Literature in English,
2. CRK /IRK,
3. History
4. Government
5. Music
Note: Art students can also borrow subjects like commerce and Agric Science to complete
their subjects

List of WAEC Approved Subject: Non-Trade/Trade Subjects

Agricultural Science
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Animal Husbandry
Arabic
Auto Body Repairs and Spray Painting
Auto Electrical Work
Auto Mechanical Work
Auto Mechanics
Auto Mobile Parts Mechandising
Basic Electricity
Basic Electronics
Biology
Block Laying. Brick Laying and Concreting Work
Book- Keeping
Building Construction
Carpentry and Joinery
Catering Craft Practice
Chemistry
Christian Religious Studies
Clothing & Textiles Commerce
Computer Studies/ICT
Cosmetology
Data Processing
Dyeing and Bleaching
Economics
Edo
Efik
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Works
Rnancial Accounting
Rsheries
Foods & Nutrition
French
Furniture Making
Further Mathematics
Garment Making
Geography
Government
GSM Phone Maintenance and Repair Hausa
Health Education
History
Home Management
Ibibio
Igbo
Insurance
Islamic Studies
Leather Goods Manufacturing and Repairs
Literature in English
Machine Woodworking
Marketing
Metalwork
Mining
Music
Office Practice
Painting and Decorating
Photography
Physical Education
Physics
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Printing Craft Practice
Radio Television and Electronic Works
Salesmanship
Stenography
Store Keeping
Store Management
Technical Drawing
Tourism
Upholstery
Visual Art
Welding and Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice
Woodwork
Yoruba

WAEC - List of 34 Approved Trade Subjects/Entrepreneurship


What Are Trade Subjects?

Trade subjects provide career and technical education to children in secondary school. By deploying the course in your school, you give each student the opportunity to gain hands-on experience to learn a trade alongside their academic studies.

List of WAEC 39 New Trade Subjects

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Animal Husbandry
Auto Body Repairs and Spray Painting
Auto Electrical Work
Auto Mechanical Work
AutoMobile Parts Mechandising
Block Laying, Brick Laying and Concreting Work
Book- Keeping
Carpentry and Joinery
Catering Craft Practice
Cosmetology
Data Processing
Dyeing and Bleaching
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Works
Fisheries
Furniture Making
GSM Phone Maintenance and Repair
Garment Making
Leather Goods Manufacturing and Repairs
Machine Woodworking
Marketing
Mining
Painting and Decorating
Photography
Plumbing and Pipe Fitting
Printing Craft Practice
Radio, Television and Electronic Works
Salesmanship
Stenography
Store Keeping
Tourism
Upholstery
Welding and Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice
list of trade subject entrepreneurship subjects

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Sunday, February 4, 2018

WAEC NOV/DEC PHOTOCARD - How to Reprint WAEC GCE Photocard



Welcome!, In this tutorial, I will show you how will be able to reprint waec gce photocard, if by one means or the other your where unable to get the first print out or misplace the first print out.

WAEC NOV/DEC Photocard Reprint Login Requirement

Candidate waec gce profile user name and password.

How to Reprint WAEC GCE Photocard for first Series Exam

Step 1. Visit the website. https://registration.waecdirect.org/FirstSeries/APPFORM/ReprintPhotocard.aspx
Step 2. Type in the candidate waec gce profile username and password.
Step 3. Click on Login
Step 4. Click on Print Photocard

Important Notice
Candidates are not allowed to bring Mobile Phones into the Examination Hall.
Candidates are advised to keep their scratch/photo cards safely, as they may be required to present them at the examination centre and for other official uses.
Connect with WAEC on www.waeckonnect.com using your exams details