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2014 WAEC May/June Specimens for Physics Practical

MSG Team present 2014/2015 WAEC May/June candidates the specimens for Physics practical. You can verify this from your school physics teacher, as they would have been provided the specimens by WAEC.

WAEC physics specimens

Specimens for Physics – WAEC

A. GENERAL APPARATUS – Mathematical tables
-Graph paper
-Geometrical instruments
Question 1
-Metre rule
-Knife edge
-50g mass covered and labelled m1
-100g mass covered and labelled m2.
-Two pieces of thread (about 75cm long each)
Question 2
-Drawing board
-Drawing papers
-Four optical pins
-Four drawing pins
-Rectangular glass block
-30cm ruler
Question 3
-2V accumulator or 2 x 1.5V dry Leclanche cell
-Plug key
-Resistance box
-2 ohms resistor
-5 ohms resistor covered and labelled X
-Voltmeter (0- 5V)
-Ammeter (0-1A)
-10 connecting wires

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