NOV/DEC 2021 Registration Fee Structure and All That You Need to Know

The time has come again for senior high school students who could not get the needed grades to enter the tertiary to try again.

The West African Examination Council has given the go-ahead to students to register and better their results. Candidates can now register at a fee and write their exams somewhere in November.

Below is the registration fee structure and the registration period.

Fee Structure


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

An additional

GHS 50.00 per subject for practicals

GHS 50.00 per subject for project work

GHS 36.00 per subject for oral (English and French)

When to Register

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The normal registration period is between 22 June to 10 August

Late registration is between 10 July to 10 August.

Students are supposed to register within the given time else they will not write the exams.

The Registration Process

The process involves enrolling fingerprints and capturing other personal data using the Biometric Data Capture Software.

Entering Biodata includes your name, date of birth, region, email and postal address, and disability (people with disabilities get to pay a little less).

Providing center and subject (s) information

Inserting a passport size photograph

Making payments at designated banks. You can pay at Prudential Bank, Zenith Bank, Bank of Africa, United Bank of Africa, Ecobank, Access Bank, FBN Bank, Consolidated Bank, and Agricultural Development Bank.

the registration will be followed by your index number and centre (s) at which you will write your examinations. (Admission notice)

NB: WAEC has not released the timetable for the examination yet.

What Else Must Students Know?

If you register anywhere else apart from WAEC, you will be charged for the registration process. It costs between GHS 100 and GHS 150.

The people who are registering you bought the registration rights from the West African Examination Council. Hence, you will have to pay for the process after paying for the number of subjects you want to register.

Some remedial schools charge for taking candidates to designated centres on the days they are supposed to write. They charge for mock exams and revisions before actual exams.

So if you don’t want to go through all the stress, you can go directly to WAEC to register, where you will pay only for the number of subjects you want to write.

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