The 2018 WAEC May/June Examamination statistics released by WAEC shows that out of 1,572,396 candidates that sat for the examination, a total of 786,016 candidates, representing 50%, obtained credits in five subjects & above, including English Language & Mathematics.
As it well known that the requirement to gain admission into tertiary institutions in the country includes having a minimum of five credits including English and Mathematics.
Therefore the only way forward for candidates that couldn't obtain a minimum of five credit passes in the 2018 WAEC May/June Exam, is to register for another exam.
The urgent solution we advise is the WAEC GCE. Currently, the WAEC GCE form is still on sale.
Hope should not be lost as there's still a chance to make it through the WAEC GCE.
Also See: 2018 WAEC GCE Registration Procedures