Parents are obligated to send their children to school and give them quality education from their early stages.
One of the most important exams they have to pass is WAEC because it will give them admission into the university.
Some children have been very brilliant. Their parents registered them for WAEC while they were in SS2, and they passed.
However, parents who want their children to finish secondary school fast will have to start equipping them to be able to pass their WAEC in one sitting.
According to recent reports from the Guardian, the Federal Government has banned SS1 and SS2 students from taking part in WAEC and NECO examinations.
These are the things you need to start doing for your children so that they can pass all their subjects in one sitting.
Enroll Them In A Personal Coaching Program
You need to enroll your children for personal coaching at home.
Get a good teacher who can take them through those tough subjects.
This will prepare them very well for their next WAEC.
When your children come back from school, always monitor their performance in school. Check out their books to see what they wrote.
This will help you to understand if they are always attentive to their teachers in school.
Don't Allow Them To Be In Front Of The TV For Too Many Hours
Whenever their exams are fast approaching, don't allow them to sit in front of the TV for hours. Let them know when it's time to read.
Give Them Proper Nutrition
Give your children some food that has nutritional benefits for the brain and energy for the body.
A child who is hungry or does not eat a well-balanced diet will struggle in school and during exams.
Promise Them A Gift
You can motivate your children to be very serious with their studies by promising to buy them a gift if they pass all their subjects in WAEC.
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