The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has denied any change in the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) timetable date.
The exam body announced this on Wednesday, August 19, via its official Twitter handle in response to an online user.
A Twitter user @SamooOfficial had shared a picture of a letter from the WAEC office with changes to a subject timetable date.
It would be recalled that WAEC had denied leakage of its Mathematics paper as the 2020 SSCE exam commenced under strict coronavirus protocols for school candidates across the country.
The head of public affairs of WAEC, Demianus Ojijeogu, said the answers in circulation which were believed to be leaked from the Mathematics subject written Monday, August 13, were fake.
“No, it’s not true. They were fake. Scammers photoshopped past question papers to sway gullible candidates,” he said.
The examination, which was supposed to commence on April 6 to June 5, was suspended due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
Unlike in the past, all candidates writing the paper were seen sitting apart from one another in line with the COVID-19 protocol of the federal government.
She claimed that one of the administrators of such group shared prepared answers to Agricultural Science and Economics, two subjects that were yet to be taken.
According to her, the answers came 27 minutes before the exam time.