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WAEC internal can be easier because you're have been well prepared for the papers most recently (SS1 to 3). People usually write GCE while they'd abandoned books for months - if not years. This may make it more difficult to pass. There are other reasons WAEC internal could be more convenient as detailed in this post.
Currently, waec no longer allow students to go home with their question papers. So, when you ask? does waec repeat past questions? Just have it in mind that the past questions you are talking about is the old past questions. And we all know that waec usually change syllabus, and English language do change as well.
Reasons Why NECO Result is Accepted for Study in Canada. You sure read that correctly, NECO result is accepted for study in Canada if you did't know. And if you already know this, you definitely would have been surprised when you read the caption since NECO is a Nigerian examination.
The researchers found that while 32.1% of respondents admitted to cheating in a face-to-face class, 32.7% admitted to cheating in an online course. ... Another study took another tack in establishing how common cheating in online exams is, as compared to face to face exams.
West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has announced that the General Certificate Examination (GCE) for private candidates will now be held twice a year starting in 2017.
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).
?The reality of the situation is ? with Proctor U or traditional testing ? nothing is cheat-proof. ?A well-working testing program is one that admits that you're going to have vulnerabilities that are going to pop up from things you had not even thought of.
Waec and neco are similar exams. ... They both test what you have been taught in secondary school. Therefore, you can use the same books, past questions and syllabus to prepare for both waec and neco.
So, if yours is an internal examination, kindly go to your school for collection. For private candidates, you need to go to the nearest WAEC office and make inquiry. Just remember, if it's been more than a year since your certificate was released, you will have to pay a fee to collect your certificate.
You are required to get at least a credit pass (50%) in your core subjects. 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.
See Answer. Can i Use my NABTEB Result to study at any University or Institution Abroad? ... The Results offered after participating in NABTEB Examination is called NABTEB RESULT and it can be used to gain admission into Universities, Polytechnics or Colleges of Education.
The following are the approved fees for the examination and other related items: Registration fees ? 4,000.00 Naira (Mandatory fee) Late Registration ? 1,000.00 Naira per candidate ? (Mandatory fee) Re-Sit Exam ? 1,000.00 Naira per copy.
Six years of elementary school is followed by six years of secondary school. Junior Secondary school consists of JSS1, JSS2 and JSS3 which are equivalent to the 7th, 8th and 9th Grade while the Senior Secondary school consists of SS I, SS 2, and SS 3 which is equivalent to the 10th, 11th and 12th Grade.
It is no news that many schools in Nigeria (especially private secondary schools) charge up to 50,000 naira and even above for waec registration in their respective centres. The normal price for WAEC SSCE Enrollment fee fixed by waec is within N13,950.
Candidates are expected to pay a registration fee of Thirteen Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty Naira (N13,950) only. There's an extra bank charge of N500.
The fact is your O'level result; be it WAEC , NECO or NABTEB is valid for a life time and has no expiration date. The Examination conducted by these examination bodies is known as ?achievement test? and therefore the certificates awarded are valid forever.
Probably not, you still have a degree. It's pretty bad though as you are competing with grads with 2:1 for good jobs. You can hustle to work on your CV and gain skills in the next few years, but opportunities would come as easily as someone with a 2:1 or 1st.
We released SSCE results in 43 days ? NECO. The National Examinations Council has said it released the last Senior Secondary Certificate Examination results in 43 days.
Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) issued by the West African Examination Council (WAEC). A minimum grade of B3 required. Finally, there are other universities in Canada the accepts WAEC/WASSCE/SSCE/NECO results.
According to the timetable, the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school candidates, 2020, will commence on 6th April, 2020 and will end on 5th June, 2020.
Currently, public universities don't accept D7 for core subjects in admission purposes.
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.
GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) ? formerly known as O-levels. A single-subject exam taken upon completion of two years of study at the age of 16 (age at US 10th grade). Students take anywhere between 5-10 subjects, which, if passed, are generally considered equivalent to a US high school diploma.
There isn't a GED equivalent, as the UK does not have a standard school-leaving test or qualification. High school students can take a number of different "A-levels", "International Baccalaureate", "Scottish Highers", "National Vocational Qualifications", etc.