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Tuesday, 12 April 2016

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Work of the day in civic education our team and colleagues are working hard to get you better result in your WAEC this year 2016

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comfirm CIVIC EDUCATION Essay –
Civic Education
(1a)
-Obedience to constituted authority
-Upholding the rule of law in all matters
-Showing good example
-Peaceful protest
-Correcting the younger ones patiently
-Potraying lofty values
(1b)
-Potryaing lofty values: In such society people
show
honesty hardwork,patience,discipline and
kindness in
every of their endeavour
-Upholding the rule of law in all matters:
Orderliness
is maintained when people do not attempt to
thwart
the course of justice
-Showing good examples: Setting good
examples like
not shunting or jumping queue not giving or
taking
bribe,obeying traffic rules and
regulations,helping
the motherless or less privilegde etc

(4a)
-The victims of human trafficking travel over
long
distances before gettin to their destinations
many
even die on the way
-There is an increase in violence and crime
rate
-There is increasing prevalence of STDs
including HIV
and AIDS and unwanted pregnancy
-They suffer social alienation in the host and
home
countries
-Stigmatization

(4bi)
-WOTCLEF means Women Trafficking and Child
Labour Eradication Foundation

(4bii)
-Eradicating trafficking in persons
-Eradicating child labour and violent abuses of
the
right of women and society
-Eradicating HIV/AIDS

(4biii)
-Providing trafficked people with counselling
and
other services to help them successfully
reintegrate
into society
-Rroviding primary, secondary, and tertiary
education
assistance to economically poor students.
-Running a rehabilitation centre that offers
lodging,
protection, school assistance, meals, and
vocational
training.
-Training youth in life skills, empowerment,
confidence, and character.
.2a. National integration is the awareness of a
common identity amongst the citizens of a
country. It means that though we belong to
different castes, religions and regions and speak
different languages we recognize the fact that we
are all one. This kind of integration is very
important in the building of a strong and
prosperous nation.
2b. -cultural system
-educational system
-economical system
-political system
7)
-civil society assists in building and strenghtening
democracy
-To limit and control the power of the
state,particularly when a country is emerging
from decades of dictatorship
-To expose the curropt conduct of public officers
and lobby for good governance reforms
-To promotpolitical participation
-Civil society also helps to develop programs for
democratic civic education in schools as well
-They monitor the conduct of elections and
ensure that the voting and vote counting is
free,fair,peaceful and transparent.
5a) Drug trafficking is the term used to describe
the
production, distribution and sale of illegal drugs.
(5b)
-It leads to untimely death of many nigerians
especially the youths.
-It has led to increase in crime wave in the
country.
-It has dented the image of the country outside
because it is generally believed that every nigerian
is
a drug pusher.
-It enhance suicidal tendency and social nuisance.
-It leads to unkempt appearances and mental
instability.
PHYSICS PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

QUESTION 1
Uniform metre rule;
Knife edge;
100g mass labelled N;
50g mass labelled M;
Thread � 2m;
Sellotape; - See more at: http://naijawapaz.ng/forum2_theme_110526316.xhtml?tema=1274#sthash.5hbWtQMf.dpuf
PHYSICS PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

QUESTION 1
Uniform metre rule;
Knife edge;
100g mass labelled N;
50g mass labelled M;
Thread � 2m;
Sellotape; - See more at: http://naijawapaz.ng/forum2_theme_110526316.xhtml?tema=1274#sthash.5hbWtQMf.dpuf
BIOLOGY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016

Group I
Specimen A: A slice of fresh bread.
Specimen B: A slice of bread with mould.
Specimen C: Longitudinal section of hard boiled egg with the shell intact.
Specimen D: Freshly laid egg.
Specimen E: Transverse section of orange/any citrus fruit.
Specimen F: Freshly procured green leafy vegetables
Specimen G: Fresh stomach of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen H: Fresh Liver of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen J: Fresh Small Intestine of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen K: Fresh Lung of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen L: Fresh Gall bladder of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(with the fluid intact)
Specimen M: Fresh Kidney of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(Longitudinal Section; bilaterally symmetrical)

Group II
Specimen N: Some Rheodiscolor leaves(about 3cm� in diameter in a petri dish containing water)
Specimen P: Palm fruit(with the outer covering intact)
Specimen Q: Tridax plant(put in a petri dish)
Specimen R: Grasshopper

Group III
Specimen S: Toad(wet preserved)
Specimen T: Freshly uprooted grass species
Specimen U: Brightly coloured lizard(wet preserved)
Specimen V: A branch of Cactus plant
Specimen W: Locust (wet preserved)

Note:
(i) Specimen N, P, Q and R are peculiar to candidates in Ghana only and should not be provided for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
(ii) specimens S, T, U, V and W are peculiar to candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and the Gambia only and should not be provided for candidates in Ghana.
(iii) All specimens can be provided as group specimens for fifteen(15) candidates.
(iv) All specimens in each group must carry individual labels(e.g A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M in Group I)
Materials:
(i) glass jar cover or petri dish;
(ii) scalpel or razor blade;
(iii) a beaker;
(iv) a pair of forceps;
(v) plain white sheet of paper ;
(vi) magnifying lens/hand lens ;
(vii) test tubes;
(viii) iodine solution;
(ix) white tiles.






AGRIC PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016:

A: RANGING POLE ;
B: SURVEY PIN;
C: MEASURING TAPE ;
D: WHEELBARROW ;
E: SICKLE ;
F: HAND TROWEL
G: GRASSHOPPER
H: BEAN BEETLE
I: BIRD
J: RAT
K: FUR
L: SKIN
M: HORN
N: BONE
O: EGG
P: ROUND WORM
Q: TICK
R: LOUSE
S: TAPEWORM
T: WATER LEAVES
U: GUINEA GRASS




PHYSICS PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

QUESTION 1
Uniform metre rule;
Knife edge;
100g mass labelled N;
50g mass labelled M;
Thread � 2m;
Sellotape;



QUESTION 2
Beaker (0-500cm3);
Thermometer (0-110 degree C);
Measuring cylinder (0-500cm3);
50g mass;
A pair of tongs;
Bunsen burner (source of heat);
Tripod stand;
Water, wire gauze, stirrer;
Stop clock/watch;
Flat plank (10cm x 15cm);

QUESTION 3
Variable d.c power supply;
(Battery rack capable of containing five 1.5V dry cells in series);
2 ohms standard resistor;
Key;
Ammeter (0-3A);
Voltmeter (0-5V);
Six connecting wires.


CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN:

(1) In addition to the fittings and reagents normally contained in a chemistry laboratory, the following apparatus and materials will be required by each candidate

(a) one burette of 50cm3 capacity
(b) one pipette, either 20cm3 or 25cm3. All candidates at one centre must use pipettes of the same volume. These should be clean and free from grease
(c) The usual apparatus for titration
(d) the usual apparatus and reagents for qualitative work including the following with all reagents appropriately labelled.
(i) glass rod
(ii) aqueous ammonia
(iii) dilute hydrochloric acid
(iv) dilute sodium hydroxide solution
(v) barium chloride solution
(vi) dilute trioxonitrate (V) acid
(vii) silver trioxonitrate (V) solution
(viii) dilute tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid

(e) glass rod
(f) filtration apparatus
(g) spatula
(h) two boiling tubes
(f) four test tubes
(g) wash bottle containing distilled/deionized water
(h) mathematical table/calculator.

(2) Each candidate should be supplied with the following, where �n� is the candidate�s serial number.

(a) 150cm3 of ethanedioic acid (H2C204) solution in a corked flask or bottled labelled �An�. These should all be the same containing 4.50g of H2C204 per dm3 of solution.

(b) 150cm3 of potassium tetraoxomanganate (VII) solution in a corked flask or bottle labelled �Bn�. These should all be the same containing 3.16g of KMnO4 per dm3 of solution.

(c) One spatulaful of a uniform mixture of NaCl and ZnCO3 in a specimen bottle labelled �Cn�. The components of the mixture should be in the ratio 1:1 by mass. - See more at: http://naijawapaz.ng/forum2_theme_110526316.xhtml?tema=1274#sthash.5hbWtQMf.dpuf
BIOLOGY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016

Group I
Specimen A: A slice of fresh bread.
Specimen B: A slice of bread with mould.
Specimen C: Longitudinal section of hard boiled egg with the shell intact.
Specimen D: Freshly laid egg.
Specimen E: Transverse section of orange/any citrus fruit.
Specimen F: Freshly procured green leafy vegetables
Specimen G: Fresh stomach of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen H: Fresh Liver of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen J: Fresh Small Intestine of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen K: Fresh Lung of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen L: Fresh Gall bladder of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(with the fluid intact)
Specimen M: Fresh Kidney of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(Longitudinal Section; bilaterally symmetrical)

Group II
Specimen N: Some Rheodiscolor leaves(about 3cm� in diameter in a petri dish containing water)
Specimen P: Palm fruit(with the outer covering intact)
Specimen Q: Tridax plant(put in a petri dish)
Specimen R: Grasshopper

Group III
Specimen S: Toad(wet preserved)
Specimen T: Freshly uprooted grass species
Specimen U: Brightly coloured lizard(wet preserved)
Specimen V: A branch of Cactus plant
Specimen W: Locust (wet preserved)

Note:
(i) Specimen N, P, Q and R are peculiar to candidates in Ghana only and should not be provided for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
(ii) specimens S, T, U, V and W are peculiar to candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and the Gambia only and should not be provided for candidates in Ghana.
(iii) All specimens can be provided as group specimens for fifteen(15) candidates.
(iv) All specimens in each group must carry individual labels(e.g A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M in Group I)
Materials:
(i) glass jar cover or petri dish;
(ii) scalpel or razor blade;
(iii) a beaker;
(iv) a pair of forceps;
(v) plain white sheet of paper ;
(vi) magnifying lens/hand lens ;
(vii) test tubes;
(viii) iodine solution;
(ix) white tiles.






AGRIC PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016:

A: RANGING POLE ;
B: SURVEY PIN;
C: MEASURING TAPE ;
D: WHEELBARROW ;
E: SICKLE ;
F: HAND TROWEL
G: GRASSHOPPER
H: BEAN BEETLE
I: BIRD
J: RAT
K: FUR
L: SKIN
M: HORN
N: BONE
O: EGG
P: ROUND WORM
Q: TICK
R: LOUSE
S: TAPEWORM
T: WATER LEAVES
U: GUINEA GRASS




PHYSICS PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

QUESTION 1
Uniform metre rule;
Knife edge;
100g mass labelled N;
50g mass labelled M;
Thread � 2m;
Sellotape;



QUESTION 2
Beaker (0-500cm3);
Thermometer (0-110 degree C);
Measuring cylinder (0-500cm3);
50g mass;
A pair of tongs;
Bunsen burner (source of heat);
Tripod stand;
Water, wire gauze, stirrer;
Stop clock/watch;
Flat plank (10cm x 15cm);

QUESTION 3
Variable d.c power supply;
(Battery rack capable of containing five 1.5V dry cells in series);
2 ohms standard resistor;
Key;
Ammeter (0-3A);
Voltmeter (0-5V);
Six connecting wires.


CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN:

(1) In addition to the fittings and reagents normally contained in a chemistry laboratory, the following apparatus and materials will be required by each candidate

(a) one burette of 50cm3 capacity
(b) one pipette, either 20cm3 or 25cm3. All candidates at one centre must use pipettes of the same volume. These should be clean and free from grease
(c) The usual apparatus for titration
(d) the usual apparatus and reagents for qualitative work including the following with all reagents appropriately labelled.
(i) glass rod
(ii) aqueous ammonia
(iii) dilute hydrochloric acid
(iv) dilute sodium hydroxide solution
(v) barium chloride solution
(vi) dilute trioxonitrate (V) acid
(vii) silver trioxonitrate (V) solution
(viii) dilute tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid

(e) glass rod
(f) filtration apparatus
(g) spatula
(h) two boiling tubes
(f) four test tubes
(g) wash bottle containing distilled/deionized water
(h) mathematical table/calculator.

(2) Each candidate should be supplied with the following, where �n� is the candidate�s serial number.

(a) 150cm3 of ethanedioic acid (H2C204) solution in a corked flask or bottled labelled �An�. These should all be the same containing 4.50g of H2C204 per dm3 of solution.

(b) 150cm3 of potassium tetraoxomanganate (VII) solution in a corked flask or bottle labelled �Bn�. These should all be the same containing 3.16g of KMnO4 per dm3 of solution.

(c) One spatulaful of a uniform mixture of NaCl and ZnCO3 in a specimen bottle labelled �Cn�. The components of the mixture should be in the ratio 1:1 by mass. - See more at: http://naijawapaz.ng/forum2_theme_110526316.xhtml?tema=1274#sthash.5hbWtQMf.dpuf
BIOLOGY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016

Group I
Specimen A: A slice of fresh bread.
Specimen B: A slice of bread with mould.
Specimen C: Longitudinal section of hard boiled egg with the shell intact.
Specimen D: Freshly laid egg.
Specimen E: Transverse section of orange/any citrus fruit.
Specimen F: Freshly procured green leafy vegetables
Specimen G: Fresh stomach of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen H: Fresh Liver of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece)
Specimen J: Fresh Small Intestine of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen K: Fresh Lung of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(small piece).
Specimen L: Fresh Gall bladder of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(with the fluid intact)
Specimen M: Fresh Kidney of a Goat/Sheep/Cow(Longitudinal Section; bilaterally symmetrical)

Group II
Specimen N: Some Rheodiscolor leaves(about 3cm� in diameter in a petri dish containing water)
Specimen P: Palm fruit(with the outer covering intact)
Specimen Q: Tridax plant(put in a petri dish)
Specimen R: Grasshopper

Group III
Specimen S: Toad(wet preserved)
Specimen T: Freshly uprooted grass species
Specimen U: Brightly coloured lizard(wet preserved)
Specimen V: A branch of Cactus plant
Specimen W: Locust (wet preserved)

Note:
(i) Specimen N, P, Q and R are peculiar to candidates in Ghana only and should not be provided for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia.
(ii) specimens S, T, U, V and W are peculiar to candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and the Gambia only and should not be provided for candidates in Ghana.
(iii) All specimens can be provided as group specimens for fifteen(15) candidates.
(iv) All specimens in each group must carry individual labels(e.g A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M in Group I)
Materials:
(i) glass jar cover or petri dish;
(ii) scalpel or razor blade;
(iii) a beaker;
(iv) a pair of forceps;
(v) plain white sheet of paper ;
(vi) magnifying lens/hand lens ;
(vii) test tubes;
(viii) iodine solution;
(ix) white tiles.






AGRIC PRACTICAL SPECIMEN FOR WAEC 2016:

A: RANGING POLE ;
B: SURVEY PIN;
C: MEASURING TAPE ;
D: WHEELBARROW ;
E: SICKLE ;
F: HAND TROWEL
G: GRASSHOPPER
H: BEAN BEETLE
I: BIRD
J: RAT
K: FUR
L: SKIN
M: HORN
N: BONE
O: EGG
P: ROUND WORM
Q: TICK
R: LOUSE
S: TAPEWORM
T: WATER LEAVES
U: GUINEA GRASS




PHYSICS PRACTICAL SPECIMEN

QUESTION 1
Uniform metre rule;
Knife edge;
100g mass labelled N;
50g mass labelled M;
Thread � 2m;
Sellotape;



QUESTION 2
Beaker (0-500cm3);
Thermometer (0-110 degree C);
Measuring cylinder (0-500cm3);
50g mass;
A pair of tongs;
Bunsen burner (source of heat);
Tripod stand;
Water, wire gauze, stirrer;
Stop clock/watch;
Flat plank (10cm x 15cm);

QUESTION 3
Variable d.c power supply;
(Battery rack capable of containing five 1.5V dry cells in series);
2 ohms standard resistor;
Key;
Ammeter (0-3A);
Voltmeter (0-5V);
Six connecting wires.


CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN:

(1) In addition to the fittings and reagents normally contained in a chemistry laboratory, the following apparatus and materials will be required by each candidate

(a) one burette of 50cm3 capacity
(b) one pipette, either 20cm3 or 25cm3. All candidates at one centre must use pipettes of the same volume. These should be clean and free from grease
(c) The usual apparatus for titration
(d) the usual apparatus and reagents for qualitative work including the following with all reagents appropriately labelled.
(i) glass rod
(ii) aqueous ammonia
(iii) dilute hydrochloric acid
(iv) dilute sodium hydroxide solution
(v) barium chloride solution
(vi) dilute trioxonitrate (V) acid
(vii) silver trioxonitrate (V) solution
(viii) dilute tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid

(e) glass rod
(f) filtration apparatus
(g) spatula
(h) two boiling tubes
(f) four test tubes
(g) wash bottle containing distilled/deionized water
(h) mathematical table/calculator.

(2) Each candidate should be supplied with the following, where �n� is the candidate�s serial number.

(a) 150cm3 of ethanedioic acid (H2C204) solution in a corked flask or bottled labelled �An�. These should all be the same containing 4.50g of H2C204 per dm3 of solution.

(b) 150cm3 of potassium tetraoxomanganate (VII) solution in a corked flask or bottle labelled �Bn�. These should all be the same containing 3.16g of KMnO4 per dm3 of solution.

(c) One spatulaful of a uniform mixture of NaCl and ZnCO3 in a specimen bottle labelled �Cn�. The components of the mixture should be in the ratio 1:1 by mass. - See more at: http://naijawapaz.ng/forum2_theme_110526316.xhtml?tema=1274#sthash.5hbWtQMf.dpuf

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