Hardly is it possible to come across a Nigerian student who has never cheated during examinations. In other words, examination malpractice is such a widespread vice which starts as early as Primary School. We hear stories of parents arranging for their wards to be assisted with their exams. And the unfortunate thing about […]
Pre-exam slump? Check out this article, It says that students tend to create study plans every day; but the problem is that study plans became futile when the urge to slouch takes over. So instead of making it a daily basis routine, create a project method to plan your exam and plot your […]
The Minister of Education, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, has said that, Nigeria recorded mass failure of secondary school pupils in the 2014 Senior Secondary Certificate Examinations in Mathematics and English language due to lack of skilled teachers of the subjects .
Shekarau stated this yesterday, in his keynote address at the 60th National […]
An Ikeja High Court on Thursday sentenced a 20-year-old student, Abiodun Raheem, to eight months imprisonment for creating a Website to facilitate examination malpractices.
According to Vanguard’s report, Justice Kudirat Jose handed the sentence to Raheem after he pleaded guilty to the offence during his re-arraignment.
The convict had entered a […]
The Borno State Government has appealed to the West African Examination Council, WAEC, and the National Examination Council, NECO, to release the results of its candidates who sat for the 2014 examinations.
The Permanent Secretary, state Ministry of Education, Mohammed Kauji, made the appeal in Maiduguri while briefing journalists on Sunday.