Details of the May/June 2015 West African Senior School Certificate Examination emerged on Thursday with states in the South-East, again, leading in the performance chart of candidates who obtained credits in at least five subjects, including English Language and Mathematics. (Scroll Down to See Full Ranking List) – 2015 WASSCE: No Candidate Qualified for University Admission from four Federal Government Colleges

Abia State topped the chart with 33, 762 of its 52, 801 candidates.

To secure university admission in the country, a candidate must obtain credits in five subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

Anambra State came second with 28, 379 out of 46, 385 candidates. While Abia State scored 63.94 per cent, Anambra got 61.18 per cent out of 100 per cent.

Edo State took the third position with 38, 052 of its 62, 327 candidates getting five credits and above. It had 61.05 per cent. Rivers and Imo states came fourth and fifth respectively.

In the 2014 May/June WASSCE rankings, Anambra State led the pack, while Abia State came second.

However, with 4.37 per cent, Yobe State came last on the 2015 rankings list with only 646 candidates obtaining five credits and above including English and Mathematics. Fourteen thousand, seven hundred and eight-four pupils, comprising 10, 807 males and 3,977 females, sat for the examination in the state.

In other words, 1,029,871 representing 64.63 per cent failed to obtain admission requirement to the nation’s universities.

The former Head of National of the council, Mr. Charles Eguridu, announced the release of the results last August.

A further breakdown of the 2015 results, showed that the seventh, eighth, ninth and 10th positions went to Bayelsa, Delta, Enugu and Ebonyi states in that order.

Ekiti State placed 11th with 8,954 out of its 21, 333 candidates that sat for the examination getting the required admission benchmark.

Kaduna, Ondo, Abuja, Kogi, Benue, Akwa Ibom, and Kwara states came 12th, 13th, 14, 15th and 16th in that order.

Ogun State with 75,994 candidates occupied the 19th position. The state bagged 32.89 per cent with its 25, 006 candidates, comprising 12,059 males and 12, 947 females, obtaining five credits and above including English and Mathematics.

In the 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25 slots are Cross River, Taraba, Plateau, Nassarawa, Kano and Borno states in that order. While 15,903 candidates out of 62,511 obtained the benchmark in Kano, 5,347 out of 21,695 got the same results in Borno.

Niger and Adamawa states occupy the rankings list ahead of Osun State. They placed 27th and 28th. While Osun State recorded 18.03 per cent success, Niger and Adamawa states got 19.66 and 18.08 per cent respectively.

2015 WASSCE Candidates Performance Ranking

  1. Abia State
  2. Anambra State
  3. Edo State
  4. Rivers State
  5. Imo State
  6. Lagos State
  7. Bayelsa State
  8. Delta State
  9. Enugu State
  10. Ebonyi State
  11. Ekiti State
  12. Kaduna State
  13. Ondo State
  14. Abuja
  15. Kogi State
  16. Benue State
  17. Akwa-Ibom
  18. Kwara State
  19. Ogun State
  20. Cross River State
  21. Taraba State
  22. Plateau State
  23. Nassarawa State
  24. Kano State
  25. Borno State
  26. Osun State
  27. Niger State
  28. Adamawa State
  29. Oyo State
  30. Sokoto State
  31. Bauchi State
  32. Kebbi State
  33. Katsina State
  34. Gombe State
  35. Jigawa State
  36. Yobe State

Compare with 2014 List below:

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