For years a lot of students have been confused about if WAEC Repeat Past Questions or not. We explain in detail why you should be practicing with past questions.
Does WAEC Repeat Past Questions? Yes, WAEC has been known for years to repeat old past questions usually from the past 10-15 years.
So what this means is you should be regularly practicing with your past question.
Should I still read my textbooks for WAEC?
Yes! Practicing with your past question app/book is not enough as WAEC does not repeat all the questions in the same order or the same way, they sometimes change sometimes and rephrase/rearrange the questions in different orders.
Also we advice you study with your textbooks as they help you to learn concepts and have a deeper understanding about various subjects.
Do i need a lesson teacher for my WAEC exam?
Well it depends on you, if you feel like you are weak in some subjects then it might be advisibable to get a lesson teacher and when you are free you should try to practice regularly using your Examina app – BEST WAEC, NECO, JAMB UTME CBT APP.
Should I Cram Past Questions?
No, we don’t advise cramming WAEC past questions as WAEC may or may not repeat the same question or might twist the same question in different manners.
You might also get into the exam hall and forget all that you have crammed and this simply means you didn’t understand what you studied.
What we advice is that you study very well and try and understand how to truly answer questions the right way. If there are topics that you don’t understand, we advise that you check your textbook or ask someone to explain it to you or even check Youtube for videos on that topic.
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