I know you have a whole lot of questions to ask about WAEC, NECO, JAMB, GCE and NABTEB. Without beating about the bush, this article is to answer your frequently asked questions about WAEC, NECO, JAMB and NABTEB.
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- 1. 1. Is d7 in O-level considered a pass?
- 2. 2. What is the mission of WAEC?
- 3. 3. Is Civic education a social science subject?
- 4. 4. What is WAEC certificate called?
- 5. 5. What is the meaning of JAMB?
- 6. 6. What is the statement of results?
- 7. 7. What is the meaning of UTME?
- 8. 8. What is the meaning of NECO?
- 9. 9. What is a WAEC scratch card?
- 10. 10. How do I get my WAEC examination number?
- 11. 11. Can I Write WAEC From SS1 or 2?
- 12. 12. Can I get NECO scratch card online?
- 13. 13. What is the meaning of NABTEB?
- 14. 14. When Was WAEC Founded?
- 15. 15. When was NECO established in Nigeria?
- 16. 16. When was NABTEB established?
- 17. 17. Who is known as the father of social science?
- 18. 18. What is O-level and A level?
- 19. 19. What were the grades in O levels?
- 20. 20. Is an academic record the same as a transcript?
- 21. 21. What is NABTEB all about?
- 22. 22. What is the meaning of GCE?
- 23. 23. Who is known as the father of science?
- 24. 24. Who is the father of the English language?
- 25. 25. What is the difference between a GCE and GCSE?
- 26. 26. Why Do WAEC/NECO Withold Some Results?
- 27. 27. Can I gain admission Using my brother’s result?
- 28. 28. How Many Subjects Should I register in WAEC?
- 29. 29. What is the best website to pass WAEC, NECO and JAMB?
- 30. 30. Add your questions and I shall reply very fast…
1. Is d7 in O-level considered a pass?
In descending order, the grades are A (1,2), B (3,4), C (5,6), D7, E8, and F9. A grade of C6 or better is considered an O–level pass. Obtaining a pass in one or more subjects will lead to a Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level).
2. What is the mission of WAEC?
The Missions of the West African Examination Council are: To maintain internationally accepted procedures. To keep providing qualitative and reliable educational assessment. To keep promoting sustainable human resources development, mutual understanding and international cooperation.
Civics is a subject, open to consideration from a variety of disciplinary perspectives; economics is conceived as a discipline””a “hard” social science””rather than as a subject open to different interpretations. Civic education is moral education; it initiates students into the roles and responsibilities of citizenship.
4. What is WAEC certificate called?
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is a type of standardized test in West Africa. It is administered by the West African Examinations Council. It is only offered to candidates residing in Anglophone West African countries.
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5. What is the meaning of JAMB?
Website. www.JAMB.org.ng. The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) is a Nigerian entrance examination board for tertiary-level institutions. The board conducts entrance examinations for prospective undergraduates into Nigerian universities.
a. How Many Times Is JAMB Written in a year?
JAMB is written once in a year.
b. How many times is GCE written in a year?
GCE is written twice in a year
c. How may times is NECO written in a year?
NECO is written just once in a year.
6. What is the statement of results?
A Certified Statement of Results is an official copy of the final examination results held by CCEA. This certified document is accepted by educational institutions and employers. It lists your subjects and grades, as shown on your original certificate.
7. What is the meaning of UTME?
The United Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is a computer-based standardized examination for prospective undergraduates in Nigeria. It is designed to assess problem-solving, critical thinking, knowledge of scientific concepts and principles significance of each subject taken.
8. What is the meaning of NECO?
NECO stands for The National Examinations Council. This examination body conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education.
9. What is a WAEC scratch card?
A Scratch card is a plastic card with a scratch patch on the reverse side that conceals a PIN required to access the WAECDIRECT service. … A Scratch card may be purchased at the National Office of WAEC and at any of its zonal and branch offices across Nigeria.
10. How do I get my WAEC examination number?
To retrieve a lost/forgotten center number and seat number, follow the steps below:
- Know your center no via this link WAEC Exam Center Numbers in Nigeria.
- With your center no, you might remember the remaining last three(3) digits which stands for your seat number.
- Buy a WAEC Result Scratch Card.
- Check result online via waecdirect.org
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11. Can I Write WAEC From SS1 or 2?
Sure, an ss1 or ss2 student can sit for WAEC and NECO without issues. As a matter of fact, it is recommended that you try WAEC or NECO before getting to ss3.1
12. Can I get NECO scratch card online?
13. What is the meaning of NABTEB?
NABTEB. Acronym. Definition. NABTEB. National Business and Technical Examinations Board.
14. When Was WAEC Founded?
15. When was NECO established in Nigeria?
NECO was created by former Head of State Abdulsalami Abubakar in April 1999. It was the first Federal organization to offer subsidized registration to academic candidates in Nigeria.
16. When was NABTEB established?
NABTEB was established in August 1992 and was enacted through the promulgation of Decree 70 (Now Act 70) of 1993.
For example, Wilhelm Wundt is considered the father of Psychology. David Ã‰mile Durkheim, Karl Marx (yes, that Karl Marx), and Max Weber are considered the fathers of Sociology. Ferdinand de Saussure is considered the father of modern Linguistics. Many consider Aristotle to be the father of Political Science.
18. What is O-level and A level?
The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level, also called the O–level or O level, was a subject-based academic qualification. … An O–level branded qualification is still awarded by Cambridge International Examinations in select locations.
19. What were the grades in O levels?
GCE O–level (Ordinary level) subjects. From 1975 to 1987 attainment in an Ordinary level subject was indicated by a grade A, B, C, D or E of which grade A was the highest and grade E the lowest. Students awarded grade A, B, or C reached the standard of the former subject pass at Ordinary level.
20. Is an academic record the same as a transcript?
An Academic Record and an Academic Transcript are the same documents, there is no difference. You can purchase a copy of this document through JCU or My eQuals.
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21. What is NABTEB all about?
NABTEB is one of the examination bodies set up by the Federal Government in 1992 to reduce the burden of conducting examinations, which involve a lot of technical and trade-related practical, which were formerly bored by WAEC.
22. What is the meaning of GCE?
The General Certificate of Education (GCE) is a subject-specific family of academic qualifications that awarding bodies in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Crown dependencies and a few Commonwealth countries, notably Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malaysia and Singapore, confer on students.
23. Who is known as the father of science?
Galileo is considered to be the father of modern science. Stephen Hawking and other scientists believe that Galileo contributed more to modern science than any other figure in history. He is also considered to be the father of modern physics, astronomy and observational science.
24. Who is the father of the English language?
Geoffrey Chaucer. He was born in London sometime between 1340 and 1344. He was an English author, poet, philosopher, bureaucrat (courtier), and diplomat. He is also referred to as the father of English Literature.
25. What is the difference between a GCE and GCSE?
A GCSE is a “General Certificate of Secondary Education”. … GCE means general certificate of education, it represents the British program levels (GCE, A-level,etc”¦)GCSE stands for general certificate of secondary education and it is a level 2 qualification, which most students take in years 10 and 11.
26. Why Do WAEC/NECO Withold Some Results?
WAEC withholds results when they notice that you cheated during the exam. Another reason why your result might be held is when WAEC needs to verify one or more details that you filled during registration.
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27. Can I gain admission Using my brother’s result?
Absolutely NO. You cannot use other persons result to gain admission. Your result is for you and you alone. It is one thing that is not transferable
28. How Many Subjects Should I register in WAEC?
The recommended number of WAEC subjects to register is 8. The minimum you can register is 8.
29. What is the best website to pass WAEC, NECO and JAMB?
The best blog/website to pass WAEC or NECO is flashlearners.com. Flashlearners is your number source for an educational guide. Visit flashlearners.com daily and you will be good to go.
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