WAEC Syllabus for school candidates (May/June) and Private candidates (GCE) are available here.
Are you in need of the latest syllabus to get you fired up for the coming West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)? If yes, your search ends here.
These syllabi are your guide to tackling WAEC questions and also expose you to nearly everything you need to know about the subjects you registered for. They are well-organized, specific and detailed. They are a form of communication between the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and candidates preparing for their exams.
We also discovered the reasons for poor performance in WAEC examinations every year. Our discovery led us to understand that poor performance in WASSCE is the results of students’ lack of knowledge of common pitfalls, coupled with inadequate coverage of syllabus and non-familiarity with the test format.
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So instead of searching for an expo every time, why not prepare well by availing yourself with the necessary materials to excel. So, we have compiled the syllabus of some major subjects in WAEC for candidates preparing for May/June, Jan/Feb and Nov/Dec WASSCE. Some of the subjects include General Mathematics, Further Mathematics, English Language, Literature – in – English, Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agricultural Science, Government, Economics, Geography, Civic Education, Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Financial Accounting, Commerce and many more.
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The syllabi above are the latest ones released by WAEC. They are for both School Candidates (May/June) and Private Candidates (Jan/Feb & Nov/Dec GCE).
If there is/are any subject(s) not included here, drop it/them in the comments section. We will upload it/them here latest 48hrs.
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Source: WAEC Nigeria.