I will gist you about Waec 2020 Timetable in this Episode. Meanwhile, you may want to click here to check Waec 2020 Timetable release status or continue reading for how to use the Waec timetable for you good.
Before I go into details, it is good you have a sound knowledge of what timetable really is. According to Wikipedia, timetable is a kind of schedule that sets out times at which specific events are intended to occur.
Therefore, the Waec timetable is an arrangement of all Waec subjects plus the dates and time which the subjects would be written. Waec releases timetable close to the examination date. This is a few months after the official release of the registration form.
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For many candidates, the Waec timetable is just a calendar you follow to write your exams. They don’t know that the Waec 2020 timetable is meant to prepare them for the examinations properly. Below are few tips you need to make effective use of the Waec 2020 timetable.
Tips To Use Waec Timetable 2020
- Write out your subjects, the dates and time. Leave other subjects since they do not concern you.
- Engage in general revision a few days to the Waec examination and dwell more on the subjects you find difficult.
- Focus on only your first paper a week to the exam. This would make it sweet and you will have the energy to read for other papers.
- Don’t read any other subject when it is two days to a particular subject.
- When you have two papers that are separated by only one day, read the second one first before going to the subject you have first.
- Ensure to be in the Waec examination venue at least two hours to the examination so that you would be balanced.
- Try to be up to date in cases of changes in the timetable.
- Have a personal copy of the Waec timetable and syllabus.
- Go through your timetable daily so that you don’t miss any paper.
- Don’t go to the hall when you are not having paper that day.
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