4 Ways to Keep Your Brain Sharp During Exams

Your brain is your most prized possession since it is the seat of learning and memory. It is important for all task, great or small – even the seemingly simple act of recognising words -, and more importantly so during examinations when you need it to bring back to your mind important details.

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Classwork Exercise and Series (Economics-SS3): Elementary Theory Of Income Determination (II)

The circular flow of income

circular flow is a model of the economy in which the major exchanges are represented as flows of money, goods and services, etc. between economic agents The flows of money and goods exchanges in a closed circuit and correspond in value, but run in the opposite […]

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Amazing Traits of People Born in December

This is the last month of the year, even if you’re not born in December aren’t you eager to know the truth about people born in December? Perhaps, they have some special traits because December is kinda special? Let’s find out!

People born in December are

Are fiercely independent

Are […]

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How to Score the Maximum Marks in Your Exams

It’s exam season across Nigeria as students are tested on what they have learnt this first term. Sure, you have studied hard, you have revised well, and you are applying those tips that will bring everything to memory. But it doesn’t stop there, you also need to know how to answer questions – […]

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Reasons Why Human Is Unique

Man is a mammal and belongs to the class called primates. Primates share common features such as:

Hair or fur on some parts of their body.
Give birth to young ones alive and the young are fed with milk from the mother’s mammary glands
They have nails on their hands, and can stand upright or erect.
Apart […]

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9 Tips To Help You Pass Your Examinations.

Most students are usually scared of the examination period in their schools especially those ones who are not particularly brilliant. Here are some tips to help you get better results at the end of this term.

Preparation – Proper planning prevents poor performance.
Take notes as you read – This helps you better understand what […]

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Grammar Clinic: Part of Speech (Verb)

We say that a verb is a part of speech (or word class) that describes an action or occurrence or indicates a state of being. Generally, it makes more sense to define a verb by what it does than by what it is. Just as the “same” word (rain or snow, for example) […]

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Classwork Exercise and Series (Economics- SS3): Elementary Theory Of Income Determination (I)

The concept of savings

Saving is income not spent, or deferred consumption. A method of saving includes putting money aside in, for example, a deposit account, a pension account, an investment fund, or as cash. Saving also involves reducing expenditures, such as recurring costs. It is any income not used for immediate […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises { Civic – JSS3}: Protection of Rule of Law

Topic: Protection of Rule of Law

Contents –    Meaning of Rule of Law

                   Principle of the Rule of Law

Rule of law is the law that states that the law is supreme over all the citizens and even those […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Government – SS3}: Weaknesses of the Military Regime in Nigeria


Topic:  Weaknesses of Military Regime in Nigeria

Incompetence or inexperienced personnel: The military regime constituted military personnel who lacked administrative and political experience to govern.
Non-tolerance to criticism: the military government does not tolerate criticism.
Dictatorship: All military administrations are dictators.
Independence of the judiciary: It was sometimes not guaranteed which rendered the judiciary powerless.
The Nigerian civil war: The […]

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