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The study investigated the development and administration of parallel forms of tests in Council’s examinations as a means of curbing examination malpractices. Two parallel forms of tests made up of alternatives A and B in English Language 1 (Essay) and Mathematics 2 (Theory) were administered to students.
There has been an upsurge of sentiments on the comparability of grades in May/June and November/December Senior School Certificate examinations.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) among other functions organizes pre-retirement training programmes for its staff.
The significance of the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) called for the need to ascertain its content validity.
This study sought to verify the assertion that the level of thinking of the objective items and essay questions in some past SSSCE papers were testing more of factual knowledge and comprehension than those of higher levels of thinking.
The study sought to determine the predictive validity of WAEC Agricultural Colleges Entrance Examination (ACEE).
The need for Technical/Vocational Education for middle and high-level manpower at this point in the reconstruction of the Sierra Leone’s national economy cannot be overemphasized.
The objective of the study was to compare male and female candidates' performance in the STM subjects (1999-2001); to assess the extent to which JSSCE past questions have been gender bias;
The study replicated an earlier study by investigating the development and administration of parallel forms of tests in Council’s examinations.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) 'League Table' as published in the Daill' Gravhic Qf Janual:v 20. 2004 created a lot of debate and doubt on the reliability of the criteria used.....
The study investigated the causes of low entries and poor performance of Gambian students in science subjects at the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) from 1998 to 2001.
The study investigated the suitability of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination Syllabuses in four social science subjects namely, Economics, Geography, History and Government.
The study investigated the factors responsible for the good but sharp astronomical improvement in candidates’ performance in Biology in the November/December 2002 when compared with previous years.
The system of education, which operates in any country/society, should aim, primarily, at serving the needs, particularly the manpower and other developmental needs of the country.
It is assumed by students and the general public that teachers who have some working relationship with the West African Examinations Council have a better performance potential than their counterparts who do not.
The importance of the West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) demanded the need to examine the Taxonomy of the examination questions by Cognitive Domain...
This study examined the differences between the Local/Global and Local/Local procedures of moderating Continuous Assessment Scores (CASS).
This study investigated the ownership of schools as a determinant of candidates’ performance with a view to identifying the factors inherent in the two types (public and private) which....
For an organization to be successful it must continuously ensure the motivation and satisfaction of its employees. This is particularly critical for Organisations like WAEC where excellence is the watch word.
The study investigated the perceived causes of low candidature in Technical Vocational subjects in the May/June 2003-2007 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in Nigeria.
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