Since the commencement of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) on Thursday, April 11th, 2019, there have been complaints all around the nation as many candidates have witnessed either an increase or a decrease in their UTME scores.
According to reports obtained by NIGERIA NEWS, a certain candidate, Miss Khadijah Adebola, stated that the change in score only affected those who wrote their exams late.
“I wrote my JAMB early. Those that wrote theirs late are the ones their result is interchanging. They will check it in the afternoon, it will bring a score. They will check it like an hour later, it will bring out another score. It was those people that wrote it late that the error is affecting them. But as for me, I wrote mine early, so I don’t have that error.
“I think it was the first score that it brought out, that is the original score. It was the very first score that when they first checked that is accepted by JAMB.”
Therefore, the score that appeared the very first time the results were checked is the original UTME result. It is also the result that is registered on JAMB’s database and the result the institutions of choice will recognise.
WAEC: How A Teacher Find Himself In Court Over Malpractice In 2019 Examination
The Ikeja Magistrates Court In Lagos State charges Oluwasegun Adegoke to court over Malpractice in 2019 West Africa Examination Council, WAEC. Olusegun Adegoke happened to be a teacher at a private school in Agege and was caught for sending WAEC answers to the student through an online platform, NIGERIA NEWS reports.
The Police inspector, Innocent Odugbo relay to the court that Olusegun was caught in examination malpractice act on 17th of May, 2019 at the school.
The teacher committed the crime by sending scanned answer booklet to students via Whatsapp in which he was caught by finding the answer booklet on the internet and was reported to WAEC.
The Inspector further describe the scenario of how Olusegun was arrested:
“On tracing the school, it was discovered that the defendant posted it.
“The case was reported and the defendant was arrested,”
The crime is punishable by provisions of section 324(3)of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 and he should be charged to 10 years imprisonment. He pleaded not guilty and the Magistrate, Mrs. Emeka Opara offered Olusegun to pay a fine of 50 thousand naira along with two sureties
The offence, he said, contravened the provisions of section 324(3)of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the section prescribes 10 years jail term for unlawfully assisting a candidate in the course of an examination.
Following his plea of not guilty, Magistrate Mrs. Emeka Opara, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties to undertake for him. The two sureties must be an employee and must put forward to the court the tax payment evidence to the Lagos state government. However, the court proceeding is adjourned to 26th of June, 2019.
WAEC Agricultural Science 2019 Questions answers & ‘expo’?
Tomorrow’s WAEC exam to be written is Agricultural science questions and answers. The Waec Examination which will soon come to an end has started since April 8, 2019. Check the Official WAEC TIME TABLE
Students can easily pass Agricultural Science question and answers if they can study well. So, Therefore there will be no use in looking out for “WAEC Agricultural Science Expo”. The exam is divided into 2 parts:
Paper 1 (objective)
This paper contains 50 objective questions. Without doubt, questions from objective parts are easy for students that have studied well. This part will be 50 marks.
Paper 2 (essay)
In this Essay Paper 2 category, students are required to answer 5 questions out of six essay questions. This entire paper will be 90 marks.
If you believe that cheating during the WAEC exams is the same as cheating yourself then here are some valuable tips help you pass without expo.
Go to your Exam Hall very early
This is indeed very important. Getting there early gives you a psychological advantage. You will be able to relax and settle your mind.
This does not guarantee that anyone, which includes those that have not read their book, that comes to the exam hall early will pass. Yet, no matter how much you have studied, if you get to your hall late, it will affect your performance. NIGERIA NEWS has provided a full timetable for WAEC 2019 so that you can view for your next WAEC 2019 examination
Relate only with people that are better than you
This is also important if you wish to get an A tomorrow. This is just related to the saying that “Iron sharpeneth Iron”.
The advice is simple and straight forward, and it is advisable to study with the best student. You will benefit from this mutual knowledge than studying with an unserious individual.
Be careful of WAEC cheats else you forfeit the entire exam. WAEC has placed a strict rule on cheating and it is a stupid risk to take by entering an exam hall with an expo.
Apart from this, how sure are you that these cheats are 100% correct?
Most students have become victims of wrong answers which they have actually purchased. Yet, rather than coming out in flying colours, their results were painted in the red color.
Be wise and be warned, you can pass WAEC without cheating and you can equally do this by following the tips here.
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