This is How SSS3 Student Who Tested Positive to COVID-19 Wrote His Own WAEC in Gombe

Testing positive for COVID-19 did not stop a student in Gombe State from joining thousands of other students across Nigeria from writing the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE).

The Government Science Secondary School Gombe student took part in the Mathematics exam that was written on Monday, August 17, 2020, according to the Gombe government.

 

The student wrote the exam in his isolation room with his specially-assigned invigilator decked out in protective gear.

“A final year student of GSSS Gombe tested POSITIVE for COVID-19 and was isolated yesterday, today he is writing Mathematics SSCE while ensuring his invigilator is well protected,” the government announced on Twitter.

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The exam, administered by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), was first postponed in March after schools were shut down across the country in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus disease.

Boy in Gombe who was infected with Covid-19, gets to write his exams in isolation centre. The WASSCE invigilator had full PPE to monitor the process.
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