Back In Secondary School, using Notebooks to read for Examinations was my hobby. After all, they were just internal exams and the teachers were mandated not to set questions outside what they have taught.
Using notebooks to prepare for tests and examinations really worked for me from JSS1 to SS1. However, studying for waec and neco became a different ball game entirely.
The issue was that, ‘waec doesn’t care about what you have been taught in your school or lecture centres; what they care about is that you cover the waec syllabus.’ You may want to click here to see the complete waec syllabus for .
Now, waec syllabus covers the topics you have been taught since SS1. As a matter of fact, your background knowledge of some concepts in junior secondary school would be tested.
Following this trend, you will notice that the notebooks you have currently doesn’t cover all the topics you need to pass waec and neco in flying colors. Therefore, there is need to get materials that cover all waec topics for your 9 subjects.
From the facts we have gathered so far, we can conclude that your notebooks are not sufficient to read and pass waec. You would need to good textbooks for your examination.
Another question comes to mind, which books should I use to read for waec and neco? There are many recommended books by waec and neco board. You would find them after every waec syllabus. You may want to take a look at the syllabus once again by clicking here.
Finally, apart from the books recommended by waec, there are other good books you can get around. They are interesting and simple to understand. I will dwell more on the good books to read in subsequent episodes.
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