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EDUCATION

See How Waec 2020 Will be Marked

WAEC GRADING SYSTEM.  Under the new WAEC Grading system, A1 is Excellent, B2 is Identified as Very Good, B3 Is Identified as "Good ", C4, C5 and C6 are interpreted as Credit.    D7 and D8 are interpreted as Pass while F9 is absolute Failure.     WAEC GRADING SYSTEM AND INTERPRENTATION (BY PERCENTAGE)   Grade Definition.  🕴 A1 Excellent 75% --100%  🕴 B2 Very good 70%---74%  🕴 B3 Good 65%--69%   🕴 C4 Credit 60%--64%   🕴 C5 Credit 55% -- 59%  🕴 C6 Credit 50%--54%   🕴

  2 years ago ago
See How Waec 2020 Will be Marked

EDUCATION

5 Proven Techniques To Help You Pass WASSCE/NECO Examination

WASSCE - Which is the West African Senior School Certificate Examination is a type of standardized test administered by WAEC and offered to candidates residing in Anglophone West African countries as the academic school-leaving qualification awarded upon successful completion of senior high school. Under the new WASSCE grading system, A1 is Excellent, B2 is Very Good, B3 is Good, C4, C5, C6 are define as Credit, D7 and E8 is Pass and F9 is Fail. Check the table below for these details. You can also vis

  2 years ago ago
5 Proven Techniques To Help You Pass WASSCE/NECO Examination

EDUCATION

5 Proven Techniques To Help You Pass WASSCE/NECO Examination

WASSCE - Which is the West African Senior School Certificate Examination is a type of standardized test administered by WAEC and offered to candidates residing in Anglophone West African countries as the academic school-leaving qualification awarded upon successful completion of senior high school. Under the new WASSCE grading system, A1 is Excellent, B2 is Very Good, B3 is Good, C4, C5, C6 are define as Credit, D7 and E8 is Pass and F9 is Fail. Check the table below for these details. You can also vis

  2 years ago ago
5 Proven Techniques To Help You Pass WASSCE/NECO Examination

HEALTH

Health: Mums who Smoke and drink while pregnant ‘increase baby’s risk of cot death’

CHILDREN born to mums who drank and smoked while they were pregnant are 12 times more likely to die from cot death than those that weren’t. A new study found that unborn babies exposed to tobacco and alcohol beyond the first trimester of pregnancy are at a huge risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The shocking revelation comes after a team of scientists from the US and South Africa, known as the Prenatal Alcohol in SIDS and Stillbirth (PASS) Network, followed the outcomes of nearly 12,000 pregnancies

  2 years ago ago
Health: Mums who Smoke and drink while pregnant ‘increase baby’s risk of cot death’