NovDec Ghana Registration Fees

By | September 28, 2021

WAEC Nov Dec Registration Fees

6 or more subjects = GHS 480.47.

5 subjects = GHS 458.67.

4 subjects = GHS 436.67.

3 subjects = GHS 410.30.

2 subjects = GHS 395.24.

1 subject = GHS 379.18.

NOV DEC Registration Fees – Check Below:


(1)  Subject Fees

The subject fees are as follows:

6 or more subjects   …   …   …   GH¢250.00

              5 subjects    …   …   …   …   …   GH¢238.00

              4 subjects    …   …   …   …   …   GH¢225.00

              3 subjects    …   …   …   …   …   GH¢210.00

              2 subjects    …   …   …   …   …   GH¢201.00

              1 subject      …   …   …   …   …   GH¢192.00

(2)         Fees for Oral/Practical/Project Work

Candidates who offer subjects with oral/practical/project work components will pay additional fees as follows

GH¢34.00 per subject for Practical

GH¢34.00 per subject for Project Work

GH¢24.00 per subject for Oral (English and French)

Do you want to know the closing date for WAEC NovDec Registration Closing Date?

The first core subject, Integrated Science will be taken in November, followed by Oral English and Core Mathematics respectively. This year’s Nov/Dec examination is scheduled to start on Monday, November, and end in December.

Following the commencement of the registration process for the WAEC GCE examination, the West African Examination has released the closing date for registration. All private candidate who wishes to participate in the Nov/Dec examination should register before the closing date.

NovDec Registration Closing Date

Here is NovDec Registration Closing Date,

The West African Examinations Council has extended the registration period for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates, to 31st August.

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The decision to extend the date for the registration of the examination is due to the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, on the examinations calendar of the Council.  In due course, the Council will make available to all stakeholders the timetable for the conduct of the examination.

Meanwhile, the Council is encouraging everyone to adhere to the protocols put in place by the government to curb the spread of the virus.