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19 April 2016

Leadership (Abuja)

Nigeria: Students Access WAEC Questions, Answers Online for N1,000

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  • Education
  • Nigeria
  • West Africa


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By Bukola Idowu, Mattew Dike and Taiwo Ogunmola Omilani

Examination malpractice in Nigeria has taken a frightening dimension as students are now offered answers to the ongoing West African Examination Council (WAEC) test questions hours before the exam papers are written on several websites and blogs.

No fewer than four websites offering answers for free and for a token yesterday provided answers to examination papers on Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Religious Studies and Chemistry which were written yesterday a few hours before the exams started.

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