important information to why students fail there exam
Have you ever wondered how you failed your exams(Waec/Neco/Nabteb)
Do you think you got fake runs?
(1) Most of the students dont have anything in their brain, all they know is facebook, twitter, play games etc.
even if you pass your exam eventually, how do you tink you can cope in theuniversity or polytechnic
without knowing something.
(2) As a standard, astudent is expected to know 60-80% of the entire syllabus.
how many can you topics can you boast of
(3) Most students are not serious. imagine the following:
most student will just write it the way they see it
instead of interpreting it as
sqr rut- √
So how do you want to pass if you can interpret our symbols correctly.
(4)Bad center/ black listed center:
some of you dont make research on the center you are writing exams, you just register anywhere you and when you fail you want to push the blame on someone else. What you dont know is that some center result have been bad since 3years ago.
(5) Student caught in the exam hall:
Once a student is caugth cheating or involved in any malpractice, such a student sthould neverd expect his/her results.
(6) Cheap/fake runz
Alot of website are out there gving free or fake runz. imagine such a site not considering the results of students, compose fake answer or give the students fake runz. Most of the fault goes to students risking their own exams for cheap runz.
(7)Waiting to get free runz when we post it:
Normally, we do post answer late on the site for those that can pay for the runz,
obj posted 5mins to the end,
theory posted 20mins to the end.
Tell me how do you want to pass by waiting for free answers when those that paid for the runz has finished, you are just starting.
What you dont know is that nothing is free, even in freetown. Learn how to pay for what you need most. Be wise and try harder to pass
Powered by Mr.Frank
Why Waec Gce is Far better than Neco Gce. ... 2: Grading: The marking scheme of Neco is totally different from that of Waec Gce and mostly students prefer writing Waec gce than that of Neco , Have you heard about C Parallel slogan, Student now call some board Exam Parallel Examination.
National Examinations Council, otherwise known as NECO, is a national examination body established by the Nigerian government to conduct examinations. Unlike WAEC, NECO is a national examination body vested with the responsibility to oversee specified exams only in Nigeria.
Ngozi Osarenren has said that the regional examination body WAEC (West African Examination Council) is better and more effective than its Nigerian counterpart, National Examination Council (NECO). ... ?What we should be talking about is the sanctity and credibility of our exams; not the duplicity of exam bodies.? Prof.
Is WAEC 2020 Timetable Out? Yes, WAEC official timetable for 2020/2021 exam is out. WAEC EXAM will commence on 30th March, 2020 and will end on 12th June, 2020. At every stage of human endeavor, there is always a need for promotion which is often preceded by an examination.
B3 is B (Very Good), C4 is C (Good), C5 and C6 are (Credit), D7 and E8 are E (Pass) and F9 is F (Fail).
Yes, you can use NECO (be it NECO June/July or Nov/Dec) to gain admission into any university of your choice. Generally, all higher institutions accept NECO just like WAEC, GCE and NABTEB. You can as well combine your NECO with another NECO or any other exams type to gain admission.
Under the new WAEC grading system, A1 is Excellent, B2 Very Good, B3 Good, C4, C5 and C6 are interpreted as Credit, D7 and D8 are interpreted as Pass, while F9 is Fail. A1 and B2 in the WASSCE means Excellent, B3 is B (Very Good), C4 is C (Good), C5 and C6 are D (Credit), D7 and E8 are E (Pass) and F9 is F (Fail).