BASIC ETIQUETTE FOR PASSING WAEC AND SCHOOL MATHEMATICS EXAMS
There are certain practices students must observe to please WAEC and school maths examiners
1. The student should ensure that there is consistency in equality signs when solving problems .i.e. all equality signs should be properly aligned.
2.Units must be put at the end of each answer if there is an indication for such.
3. Each question should be separated from others during school or external examination by at least two lines and by a line between sub-questions. Internal exams by at least two lines and by a line between sub – questions. Note that external exams may have their own rules.
4. All questions should be properly numbered and all sub-answers should be underlined with a single line. And only the final answer should be underlined with a double line. If an examiner picks up a paper and it…
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