Students will be writing NECO Literature 2019 examination tomorrow.
The exam is to be taken by SS 3 students in the Humanities Department. NECO Literature is one of the core subjects in the department. This is why many students will google search terms like, “Free NECO Literature questions and answers”.
Looking for ‘Free Literature expo’ before tomorrow’s exam? NIGERIA NEWS have compiled 3 key ways to pass 2019 NECO literature exam. This is far better than the 2019 Free Literature NECO expo you might be looking for.
You can easily get an A in Literature if you follow the easy steps presented here and so, what do you need Free expo literature questions and answers.
Here is how to pass NECO Literature:
Study Well before the Exam Day
You should not wait till the day of the exam before you read. By that time, it will be difficult to assimilate whatever you are studying. This is because of the pressure associated with exam day.
So, it is advisable to fully study well before the exam day which is far better than looking for “NECO 2019 English Language expo” online.
Study Past Questions well
To enhance your preparation for the exam, study with past questions. This is the best short cut to studying. Past Questions will be build your skills in understanding and answering questions.
The rule is: You can read a thousand books as you prepare for an exam but unless you study a comprehensive practice question, your studying is not complete. This is the importance of a Past Question.
Get to the Exam Hall Early
Apart from just studying, other key preparations like being early to exam centers will keep your head up. Handling exam pressure is very vital if you wish to pass your exam easily.
Your mind needs to be very calm and ready for the exam and so, when you get to the center earlier than the normal time, you will have enough time to relax and reflect on what you have already studied.
Buhari purposely denying youths right to education and challenge misrule – AASU
The Academic Staff Union of Universities has berated President Muhammadu Buhari’s policy on education as anti-masses.
The academic group accused the Federal Government of a deliberate plan to starve public education with funds in order to deny Nigerian youths the right to know and challenge misrule.
AASU in a statement released in Ibadan and signed by the Chairman, University of Ibadan Chapter of the union, Prof. Deji Omole, lamented that the sacrifices of understaffed and underpaid Nigerian academia would be futile if President Buhari did not increase funding for education.
Citing the University of Ibadan as an example of an institution presently groaning due to paucity of funds, insufficient staff, decayed infrastructure and bad laboratories, Omole claimed that education was not the priority of the Buhari government.
According to him. the paucity of funds has denied over 500,000 Nigerian children who desire public university education, adding that they were rejected annually due to decayed infrastructure and reduced manpower.
He, therefore, stated that unless urgent steps were taken to cater to the needs of children of the Nigerian masses, many of them would fight back with crime.
“Education is not the priority of this government. Due to paucity of funds, many universities including the University of Ibadan, the nation’s premier university, cannot admit many qualified candidates into the universities.
“This is dangerous to the society as the rejected qualified and brilliant candidates may eventually take to crimes because the country has rejected them. The policy is not only wicked but criminal,” ASUU lamented.
Jamb Fake Result: Another Students Confesses To Jamb Upgrading Scam
A Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination applicant, Cletus Kokowa, has again been arrested by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board for upgrading his Jamb score from 162 to 206 with the assistance of a scam artist.
Kokowa is now the second applicant arrested by the commission after Adah Eche, who was tracked down for comparable offense last month.
Kokowa admitted to being made to pay N10,000 for the upgrade before JAMB committee on Thursday.
The committee informed journalists that a couple of weeks earlier the applicant with Registration Number 95329290ED approached the fraudsters through a Whatsapp group in which they informed him they could upgrade his score
It clarified that scammers subsequently sent Kokowa a false outcome screen capture saying that his result was 206 now.
Nevertheless, when the outcome stayed unaffected on the JAMB page, Kokowa’s dad, Garen Kokowa, submitted a complaint letter to the board requesting that his son’s results be corrected.
The father of the Jambite had told JAMB Officials that:
“Your inability for swift response to address the issue has led to my son’s forfeiture of his Nigerian Defence Academy admission opportunity.
“However, I am craving for your indulgence to quickly rectify the result in affirmative to enable him have a good stand for his second choice of institution.”
After this, they invited Kokowa to their office to present proof of his results which he later disclosed that some scam artists had helped him.
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