The National Examinations Council (NECO) has officially released the examination results for external candidates who wrote the 2020 Senior School Certificate Examination.The information was announced today by Prof. Godswill Obioma in Minna, Niger state.He revealed that only 39,503 candidates wrote the exam out of the 41,459 candidates that registered for it.
Sometimes devils pushed many people to do what they are not supposed to do, such as making attempts to kill themselves, stealing what is not belong to them, and destroying another person's properties which are not good in society.Many people did not believe that the devil uses to control some people once in a while, they believe people do what they like and not what the devils want them to do, but if we are to thinking about it, normal human beings are supposed to behave like a good ambassador of God.
The National Examinations Council (NECO) has just released the results for the past Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) which was held in 2020, and according to the information released, the results of 39,503 candidates were released.This information was announced by the Registrar and Chief Executive of the Council, Professor Obioma Godswill, at the Headquarters this morning in Minna.
JAMB has banned 2021 UTME candidates from coming to the exam hall with some items.If you are writing this exam, don’t go to exam hall with these five things.The 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination is around the corner, and as part of efforts to curb malpractice in the examination, JAMB has set new strategies in place.
NECO Releases 2020 SSCE Results The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the results of the 2020 Senior School Certificate Examination for External Candidates.This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Azeez Sani, Head, Information and Public Relations Division of council in Abuja on Thursday.
Video of a lady caught engaging in examination malpractice with the help of her baby surfaced online and one can not help but feel bad for the lady even though what she did was wrong.According to the video, the lady who was carrying a child was called out by the exam invigilator who felt convinced that the lady was cheating in the exam hall.
It is no longer news that in an examination, the majority of students results in doing examination malpractice popularly known as "expo", this hàppens because most persons are not confident of themselves and they didn't study at all, so on that day they've already prepared to cheat.
Working Together, Nigeria Will Realise Its True Potentials - Osibanjo Vice President Yemi Osinbajo believes Nigeria can solve its many problems and realize its full potential.He argues that this can be accomplished if progressives continue to work together in the country's best interests.Professor Osinbajo made the remarks at the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Wednesday, when he received members of the IMODOYE (knowledge is valuable) South West Think-Tank, led by former governor of Ogun State, Gbenga Daniel.
There was drama on Friday as Jamb Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede exposed a school that collected more than the stipulated amount for jamb registration from the students of the school.In a Video that has gone viral on social media.It could be seen as the Jamb Registrar asked students of Baptists Girls Academy the amount they paid for Jamb registration.
Former Nigerian Senator representing Kaduna central, Alhaji Shehu Sani has threw a very funny but crucial question to the officials of the West Africa examination Council (WAEC) and the Joint admission matriculation board examinations (JAMB) over their upcoming exams to Nigerian students.Shehu Sani asked in Pidgin language, "Dear, WAEC and JAMB; Una no go try virtual exams because of the Pandemic?"
A lady has been caught after allegedly using her baby to facilitate examination malpractice.In the video which was shared by instablog9ja, the lady was brought out to the front of the class with her baby by the supervisor.As could be seen in the video, the lady did not know that the supervisor had seen everything she was doing, because she was trying to deny it at first.
The reality is that many students from secondary school level to the higher institution level have involved themselves in different kinds of examination malpractice.However, the truth is that examination malpractice is not good for the development of students.For this reason, many schools are against such practices.
The educational system has been so tainted that most people are unable to defend their grades due to an increase in the number of cases of academic malpractice occurring in universities these days. Here is video trending were a young mother was caught using her little baby to carry out exam malpractice. Despite the fact that the school was not mentioned, the invigilator seemed to have observed some unusual actions from the lady in the exam room, and after confronting her, he discovered answers to the questions
Examination malpractice is any form of intentional act of wrong doing which is contrary to the rules of examinations.It's also known as the illegal action that students take during examinations in order to have good grades by means of cutting corners.A young mother has been caught in the act of Malpractice on the day of her last paper in the school commonly known as "Sign out day".
Many students struggle to pass examinations these days.Which can even lead to examination malpractice, which should not be so.Passing an examination through malpractice doesn't mean that person is smart.To curb this issue, we'll be looking at what can be done to achieve success in any examination we take.
WAYS TO PREVENT EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE NEEDS TO BE STOPPED SECURITY There should be proper security measures implemented in the school, the use of security cameras in the examination hall will help prevent students from doing examination malpractice.Students should be properly and carefully monitored during the examinations, this will ensure the students do not fall victim to this issue.
Dedeigbo ayodeji Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), was on Tuesday, 27th and Wednesday, April, 28 2021 at the WAEC Testing and Training Centre (WTTC), Ogba - Lagos.The Committee, which is the highest decision-making organ of WAEC on examination-related matters in Nigeria, meets twice a year, to consider matters relating to the conduct of West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for School and Private Candidates.
This is an interesting story about a young lady who left almost everyone in shock as regards the attitude she displayed in the examination hall.There are different ways in which some people cheat while writing exams, but this lady's pattern of examination malpractice has gotten different mixed reactions from people who watched how she was embarrassed after she was caught doing exam malpractice using her little child.
The Nigerian educational sector frowns at examination malpractice and different measures to curb the vice has been put in place.In some academic institutions, Culprits are severely punished by cancelation of the exams.Despite all strict measures put in place to curb this menace, a lot of young students still engage in the crime.
I have hearing and seeing different types of examination malpractice, never have I seen something like this before.A Nursing mother is currently trending on social media after she was caught using her child for exam malpractice.The student was caught by the invigilator with mad expos hidden inside her child’s body while the examination was going on.