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The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is a type of standardized test taken in West Africa, mostly by students who wish to proceed to the higher institution. It is administered by the West African Examination Council (WAEC). It is only offered to candidates residing in Anglophone West African countries namely: Ghana, Gambia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.

Note: The contents in each WASSCE (WAEC) Economics question paper is usually the same from one anglophone country to another. Some questions may be specified to be answered by candidates from a particular country and this happens mostly in the theory section.
A WASSCE question paper on a particular subject maybe entirely cancelled and changed in a region when the West African Examination Council (WAEC) heading that region suspects a leakage of examination papers before the start of the exam.

Below this section are the Economics WASSCE past questions we have for now. Feel free to try them out. You can send us a digital copy of any Economics WASSCE past question which is not listed on this page in other for us to post it here. If you don’t have access to a scanner, you can take clear pictures of each page, compile them into a folder and send it to us-we’d do the rest of the job.


Download or view online—WASSCE / WAEC Economics past questions

Subject Year Source
WASSCE / WAEC Economics May / June 2015 Paper 2 (Theory) 2015 NG
WASSCE/ WAEC Economics May / June 2015 Paper 1 (Objective) 2015 NG
May/June WASSCE / WAEC Economics Past Question Paper 2 & 1 (Objectives & Theory) 2011 NG
Nov/Dec WASSCE / WAEC Economics past question Paper 2 & 1 (Objectives & Theory) 2008 NG
 

You can send us a digital copy of any WASSCE / WAEC Economics past question paper, which is not listed on this page in other for us to post it here. If you don’t have access to a scanner, you can take clear pictures of the pages, compile them into a folder and send it to us—we’d do the rest of the job.


 

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