How exam malpractice undermines nation’s development
The devastating effects of examination malpractices are usually expressed through the erosion of creativity, resourcefulness, ingenuity, technical know-how, and moral values.
The Guardian, SMI partner on smart tutorials
It is hoped that many adults will also find the lessons interesting for personal intellectual development and self-updating. This way, parents and other adults can also use the tutorial contents in providing assistance to students at home and elsewhere.
Steady improvement as WAEC releases 2017 May/June results
The era of 'mass failure,' which often characterises the performance of Nigerian candidates in the yearly West African Senior School Examinations (WASSCE) seems to be going into extinction, as the West African Examination Council (WAEC) recorded yet another improvement in the 2017 May/June WASSCE.
Private candidates to take WASSCE twice a year
This means that the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) will hold three times in a year: May-June primarily for school-based candidates; November –December and January-February for private candidates.
Improved performances as WAEC releases 2016 May/June results
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) yesterday released results of this year’s May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), with 878,040 candidates, representing 52.97 per cent, obtaining five credits and above, including English Language and Mathematics.
Ambode decries marginal pass rate by Lagos pupils in WASSCE
Governor Akinwumi Ambode, has registered his displeasure with the performance of Lagos State students and has asked them to buckle up pronto.