WAEC in Review is a practical intervention strategy in transforming the weakening educational system of Liberia where academic excellence is unceasingly diminishing. LIPACE Pilot Study Guide is not only a landmark achievement in the educational history of Liberia but a remarkable strive towards the proper preparation of Liberian students for future diets of the WAEC exam. As a member of the National Committee of the West African Examinations Council and a Stakeholder in the Liberian Education System, I wish to recommend the use of this study guide to adequately prepare each and every Liberian student for future examinations thereby setting the stage for an easy transition to the emerging West African Senior Secondary Examinations (WASSCE). I am explicitly confident that you will definitely find your journey through this guide very rewarding as you prepare to sit the next WAEC Exam.aDavid S. Massaquoi, Sr., director of Education, The Salvation ArmyaLiberia Command Education Secretariat Our students sit the exam in constant fear of proctors and supervisors. They know nothing about the exam and its structure and this fear lead to them failing massively. We need to build the confidence level of our students and help them to study hard and understand the roles of proctors and supervisors to stop the intimidation during the exam. Thanks to LIPACE and the aTurning the Tidea project, we have helped our students achieved an amazing achievement for the first time in the history of Gbarpolu County where all senior students successfully passed the exam.aLartey Bemah, principal of Bopolu Public School (2012-2013), Gbarpolu County, LiberiaI am explicitly confident that you will definitely find your journey through this guide very rewarding as you prepare to sit the next WAEC Exam.aDavid S. Massaquoi, Sr., director of Education, The Salvation ArmyaLiberia Command ...
|Title||:||WAEC in Review|
|Author||:||Benjamin Freeman Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-11-07|