Have you ever asked yourself the question, am I prepared for Waec/Neco or not? How do i know whether I am prepared for Waec 2020? This is what we shall discuss in this article today.
Do you actually think you are set for Waec or Neco? If yes, what makes you think you are prepared. If No, what then makes you think that you are not prepared?
Checkout the biggest signs that you are fully prepared for your exams. If you are not prepared yet, you may want to click here for how to prepare and pass any ssce examination once and for all.
Signs That You Are Prepared For Waec And Neco
1. Full Confidence:
This is the first sign that shows whether you are good to go or not. Your confidence determines your competence. Being confident in yourself shows that you have something to bring to the table.
2. No Fear:
At the mention of Waec & Neco, the heart of many students beat and they are filled with fear.
Now, If you are no longer scared when people talk about Waec, it means you have gathered liver. This signal shows that you are equipped for the exam.
3. Solving Questions Correctly:
When you go through questions under the topics you have covered and are able to get many of them correctly and very fast, then you are prepared to face Waec/Neco.
On the other hand, if you still struggle to solve problems, it implies that some work still need to be done.
4. Covered Topics:
If you have read every topic in waec syllabus back to back, you don’t need a magician to tell you that you are good to go. Covering waec syllabus and hot topics is a strong signal of adequate preparation.
5. Sure Of All As:
If you have ever told yourself that your lowest score should be an A based on how you have prepared so far, then you are set to pass Waec/Neco 2020.
It takes a confident and prepared candidate to set target and at the same time be sure of the target.
6. Understands Waec:
If you actually understand how waec and Neco sets questions and how to completely interpret them, congrats! you are set for the examination.
7. Solved Past Questions:
If you have solved and fully understood six years past questions each for you subjects, then you are set to blast Waec and Neco.
From my simple explanations above, where do you stand? Are you prepared or you are still preparing? Drop your comment below and don’t fail to share with others.
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