WAEC 2020? Nigerian Students May Fail Their Examinations. See Reason Why.
By Tribridpg | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Most Nigerians are busy putting pressure on the Federal Government to reopen schools even if it is only for the final year WAEC students to quickly write their exams.
The Federal Government recently made a decision to reopen schools for final year students to write their exams on August 3rd, but went back on their decision saying it's not safe for schools to reopen yet.
Let's think about this, everyone is talking about how school should reopen. Students are complaining about how they want to get their WAEC over with but- Are they actually ready to take this exam?
If a survey we're to be taken about how many students were taking their studies seriously even while at home, I bet no more than 30% students will pass that survey.
The students aren't ready at all because it's not easy to read amid all the comforts of home. Most students don't just care about school anymore that they don't even care about the fact that they have a very important examination coming up.
My point is that- Whatever time the Federal Government sees it fit to reopen schools, it shouldn't be to just rush the students unprepared into examinations. They should resume about a week or two before the exam date to prepare for the exams.
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