10 Tips on How to Pass WAEC / UTME Examination

10 tips on how to pass WAEC / UTME examination when talking about waec/utme examination this is the process candidates go true before they can come out successful, in other words, what candidates need to do to enable Succesful examination without re-writing again. it simply means the same way on how to prepare for this examination. Let us look at the full naming of WAEC / UTME before we proceed, WAEC means west African examination council, this examination is only offered to the candidate that living inside the West African country

10 Tips on How to Pass WAEC / UTME Examination

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10 Tips on How to Pass WAEC / UTME Examination With re-Writing

• Avoid panicking when you are in the examination
• Read carefully before you answer any question
• Start with the question you have confident in
• Be very free to ask the examiner question if you having any difficulty
• After you have finished asking the question you have to review what you have written
• Avoid side distraction why un the examination
• Carry all your writing material along yourself to the examination
• Eat balanced breakfast before living for the examination
• Read and follow the stream of work why preparing for the examination
• Most importantly you have to know when you are writing (date and time )


Examination and Policies


Utme registration is usually once in a year which is offered to candidate can is looking for admission into higher institution, they are allowed to select four subjects of their choice but the English is compulsory and any other three subject.

There are some things or act there is not allowed in the examination hell like those that are sitting for jamb examination calculators, mobile phone, electronic devices, malpractices, examination impersonation.


Waec Examination


These bodies have two different types of examination, which are West African examination council and general examination council


Waec is usually writing in April to May of every year, this examination is written by the final year student in senior secondary school. All students that are writing this examination most put their school uniform before they can be allowed to enter the examination center, and the result will be released in the same year by august. visit www.edu.gov.ng


Gce general examination council or WAEC GCE this examination is a private examination where uniform is not required but biometric registrations are very compulsory. This examination is usually taken by senior school students who want to make corrections in their results and the result will be released in December that same year.


Preparation for UTME / WAEC Examination


• Buying of past UTME / WAEC question
• Follow the stream of work why reading
• Personal time table for reading time
• Also, attend the class before during school
• Asking of the question in the area you don’t understand when reading
• Also, read to understand, that means concentrate while reading

History of WAEC / UTME Examination

The history of WAEC can be traced back to the year 1948 when Cambridge university us to conduct a local examination syndicate and the University of London school examinations matriculations council and the West African department of education policy of school examination within the was African context.

west African governments decide to adopted and published a report in the year 1950 without reservation of the ordinance establishing the council as a corporate body that was founded by the West African inter territorial secretariat in consultation with the government.


West African examination council set up a temporary office in Accra with some staff the handed by Mr. Kenneth Humphreys as the registrar, and every year over three million candidates register tor the west African examination council, this body serves are support to other bodies both local and international in coordinating the examination