How To Pass WAEC Examinations In One Sitting

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West African Examination Council (WAEC) is an examination board that prepares and conducts the West African Senior School Certificate Examination. This senior high school certificate is the University entry examinations in West African countries. The participating countries include Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia.

WASSCE is very important. As a matter of fact, it is the first external examination that determines your admission status. You must not fail WASSCE. So many things will go wrong if you fail WASSCE. That’s why you should do everything within your ability to pass WASSCE in one sitting.

For the last three consecutive years, about 60% of students have failed these exams. However, with adequate preparations, students in West African countries can actually pass this examination. The tips on how to adequately prepare for the WAEC examination form the basis of discussion here below where they will be highlighted.

Tips for Passing WAEC Exams

  1. Have a Decent Timetable for Your Studies.

The WAEC examinations are not the kind of exams that students just get in and perform well. You must have a decent timetable that outlines your reading schedule. This schedule should allocate adequate time for all your subjects.

  1. Don’t Depend On Waec Expo

This is the reason why so many candidates fail WAEC. They depend on answers that will be sent to them on the WAEC examination day. Getting WAECanswers on the exam day is still very valid. You can get both WAEC theory and Objective answers in your inbox. However, they are not to be trusted. You can be a victim of wrong answers.

2.Have Confidence in Yourself

You should be very confident in yourself and believe that you will pass the exams. Though the exams are usually hard for students to pass, a confident student will easily pass the exams and proceed to the University. Therefore, students should exercise self-confidence before and during the exams.

3. Don’t Procrastinate

Later things. This is the top language of procrastinators. You need to start anything you need to start so as to pass WASSCE. Do not delay or surrender.

4. Take Notes when you Study

During your allocated time for study, it is important to take notes on some important points. These notes might help you when doing a final revision for the annual WAEC exams.

5. Don’t Be Afraid of Some Subjects

Maths is difficult. This is the language of many WAEC candidates. Yours may not be mathematics. But make sure you kill any fear you have for any subject. They are all simple.

6. Revise Past Papers

While doing your revision, you should allocate a good time revising the past papers. As a trend by the WAEC,

examination tests are drawn from previous papers. They only twist the questions to get a new examination.

Therefore, you should not ignore past papers and actually take it as a preparation strategy to revise them.

Read all the Examination Rules Before Exams Being a regional examination body, WAEC has strict rules that govern its examinations. You should thus read all the rules before getting into an exam room. Though the rules will be written in front of the question paper, some students fail to read them during the examination period and thus show the importance of reading them prior to the exams.

7. Get Adequate Sleep and Eat Well

As the examination dates approach, you should have

healthy meals and give yourself enough sleeping time. This is one of the preparation strategies that have been ignored by students who opt for extending study hours during the night. This could be the reason for the regular failure of students. Get this strategy right and sleep well.

8. Improve in your Writing

Your writing is the first thing examiners look at. Make your writing very clear and simple. Write in a very simple and understandable English. Compose yourself and properly present your answer. You should plan to compose yourself during the examination. Learn the right sitting postures for examinations. And don’t be in a rush to answer questions during the exams.

9. And yes.. pray before and after your Exams.

The above mention tips should be followed by senior school students who want to prepare adequately for their forthcoming West Africa Examination Council examination.

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