WAEC private candidates (second series) registration is in few months. Before the time comes, you should learn how much WAEC registration 2018 is going to cost you so that you know what to expect this April. We will tell you how and where to pay the fee, too. Do not miss out on this! WAEC registration fee As the registration for private candidates (second series) has not yet started, there has been no official information about the registration fee from WAEC as of now. However, if the first series is anything to go by, then the fee should be ₦13,950, with additional ₦500 commission. For some reason, a few months ago, people have been spreading false information that the fee was increased to ₦30,000, to which WAEC Nigeria responded that no such thing happened. Now, as the registration (and the exams, for that matter) for the first series is now closed, and the second series has not yet begun, it is hard to say whether the fee will stay the same. In any case, we will make sure to update you if anything changes. Where to pay the WAEC registration fee Unlike the fee amount, the way you can pay for registration is the same each year. You go to any branch of almost any Nigerian bank or an accredited agent, pay the fee + commission, and you receive the information VCD and your registration PIN. Below, you can find the list of banks you can go to in order to pay for registration: Zenith Bank; WEMA Bank; Unity Bank; United Bank for Africa; Union Bank of Nigeria; Sterling Bank; Standard Chartered Bank; Stanbic IBTC Bank; READ ALSO: 2017-2018 WAEC timetable Skye Bank; Heritage Bank; Guaranty Trust Bank; First City Monument Bank; First Bank of Nigeria; Fidelity Bank; Ecobank; Diamond Bank; Access Bank. It is very simple, really. Just make sure that you make your payment before the deadline, and you should be all set! Where to find additional information on WAEC exams If you want to learn more about WAEC or WAEC exams, you can click here to read this year’s brochure for the first series. Alternatively, you can go to www.waecnigeria.org or www.waeconline.org.ng and find all the necessary information there.
7 Mar 2018