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      WAEC QUESTION FOR 2012
                           
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    The alleged ‘money for grades’ cabalists of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) are reportedly receiving money from hundreds of persons that recently took the private West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE).

    It has reached this press that pupils who took the private WASCE pay a certain amount to officials at WAEC to enable them to receive better passing marks when the results are put out.

    Sources from within WAEC revealed however that officials working at WAEC have had chronic and unchanging attitudes, receiving money from undeserving pupils and in turn give them good WASCE grades.

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    THE JAMB SUMMARIES FOR NOVEL.
    THE POTTER's WHEEL
    Author:- Chukwuemeka Ike
    (10 Questions and Total Mark =
    25} (265 Pages)
    "The Potter's Wheel" tells of
    Obuechina Maduabuchi
    (mouthful), the only brother of
    six older sisters, prize pupil in
    the village school, apple of his
    doting mother(Mama Obu)'s eye,
    eight years old and hopelessly
    spoilt. In a vain attempt to
    salvage his character, his father
    (Papa Mazi Lazarus Maduabuchi)
    decides he must be sent away as
    a servant to a schoolmaster with
    a dragon of a wife. Obu goes
    and he comes back very
    different. ||
    POINT TO TAKE NOT OFF IN
    POTTER's WHEEL
    The story is all about
    obuechina*, mazi* is the father
    of obu and he has seven
    children*, obu is the 6th child*
    and he is the only son* of the
    family, his best friend is oti*,
    while the eldest of the three
    friends is samuel* who is
    referred to as the bully and
    trickster*. Obu lived with his
    family in the village of
    Umuchukwu*. obu came first in
    the school exam while he was 5
    years old.
    ogechukwu(obu's immediate
    sister)* is three years older than
    obu, but ogechukwu failed. Obu
    'wished' he didn't want to go to
    school at the age of 5*, but his
    parents refused. (Mazi, obu's
    father was a cloth dealer* and
    he was a dancer when he was
    young. Obu's father also had a
    bicycle but the first person to
    have ridden a bicycle in
    ummuana town* was chief
    okeke okafor*). Obu was given a
    red flute* to congratulate him on
    his success, when obuechina
    was asked to name anything he
    wanted and he asked for a
    goat*, mazi his father said they
    had one for Christmas already.
    obu said he wanted to learn
    how to ride a bicycle* and it was
    granted unto him, although, he
    never got to learn it*. obu's
    mother over pampered him
    which led him to bed wetting
    and obu was meant to die at his
    9th birthday, as a result of a
    mark and a stone called ogbanje
    stone* which was buried and
    which represent the life of obu.
    then obu wanted david* to
    teach him how to ride a bicycle
    but by that time when he went
    to david's house, david was sick,
    so he went to his friend, oti*
    who had followed his brothers
    to the river for fishing. Obu was
    over pampered and his father
    was not pleased with his mother
    so his father sent him to a
    village called Aka*, in mr kanu
    zaccheus' (a schoolmaster)*
    place, the man was known to be
    wicked himself, same as his wife
    (frequently called 'missus'). on
    getting there, obu was
    maltreated by the
    schoolmaster's wife. later, obu
    was registered in a school
    named central school* where he
    met an osu girl called margret*,
    osu means outcast*, so obu was
    classified as impure as a result
    of the interaction between him
    and margret.
    Monday* was the eldest of the
    houseboys, he was 19yrs old,
    after a long while, obu began to
    play tricks on the teacher as a
    result of the way he was treated
    by the teacher's wife, he wrote
    fake letters to the teacher that
    his dad needed him at home but
    the teacher refused them,until
    his dad sent madu (mazi's
    friend)* to visit Aka town to
    check how his son, obuechina
    was doing. on getting there, he
    slept over and came back the
    next day with obuechina whom
    his mother always calls
    "onyigbo"*. His mother was so
    happy that she left what she
    was doing and welcomed
    obuchina, then obu has totally
    changed as a result of the lesson
    he learnt in Aka town.
    GET THE MEANING OF THIS
    IDIOM AS USED IN THE NOVELS
    >> It is because you have not
    trained him very well that I'm
    talking about sending him away
    before he dissolves completely
    like a bag of salt"
    >> " The dog does not eat the
    bone chained round its neck"
    >> 'John whose face knows no
    laughter"
    >> " Vultures will eat your meat
    as thy ate Jezebel's if you
    continue answering me without
    putting Ma"
    >> "When the cricket knows the
    crime is has committed, it dabs
    whitewash round its eyes.
    WHAT YOU SHOULD TAKE NOTE
    OF
    Tips how to get where question
    may be ask. While reading the
    novel pick up pen and jotter and
    jot down
    (1) names of major roles
    (2)idioms use in d passage.
    (3)events that took place that is
    significant
    (4)quotation passage which
    they will ask e.g quoting a
    passage and asking u who
    quote this or who does it refer
    too
    (5)the mood of the writer ,
    dates,places,author
    autobiography.note potters
    wheels has 10questions
    15marks and sucessor
    5questions: more tips till coming.
    (6) The Writer's Mood or the
    Writer's Point of View.

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    THE SUCCESSORS
    Author:- Jerry Agada
    (5 Questions and Total Mark =
    10} (243 Pages)
    The book explores the
    significant shift that occurs in
    inheritance as a means of
    showing the challenges that
    patterns succession - displaying
    how at the end, one has to
    choose a path that either leads
    to success or failure. The beauty,
    ugliness, morality or otherwise
    of the path is not the ultimate
    message in this book. ‘The
    Successors’ is the story of who
    comes next and how they got
    there - in this case, the fictional
    life history of Okoh Ameh and
    Terkura Atsen and the
    succession by David and Ifenne.
    And what did they learn - that
    Industry and hard work pays.
    So, as I mentioned earlier, the
    story is mainly of these two
    young men Okoh Ameh and
    Terkura Atsen who met in a
    hotel as junior workers. Terkura
    is very ambitious and dreams of
    one day owning a hotel as big
    as the one he is working in.
    Okoh on the other hand is the
    opposite - very unassuming. All
    Okoh wants is to do well at his
    job, get promoted, marry a nice
    and obedient girl with whom
    he’ll forever live happily. All
    these he did but because of his
    limited ambition, he feels
    inadequate as he observes that
    his mates, Terkura inclusive, had
    done very well for themselves.
    Inferiority complex thus drives
    him into drinking and
    womanizing. So much so that he
    neglects his family. As a
    consequence of his neglect, his
    eldest son joins a gang, begins
    to skip school and took to
    smoking marijuana. This drives
    Okoh further into despair.
    Terkura on the other hand goes
    on to finish university and is
    lucky to meet a benevolent who
    helps further fuel his ambition.
    He becomes very rich and
    influential. Although, he never
    got married nor had children to
    bequeath his wealth.
    Ifenne, son of Okoh continues in
    the difficult and destructive path
    his father had chatted for him.
    He struggles at every turn to
    make ends meet. He becomes a
    bus conduct and in a twist of
    faith, manages to own a bus of
    his own.
    Terkura, transfers his wealth to
    his nephew David. And the
    young man overwhelmed by the
    magnitude of his disposable
    wealth embarks on a frivolous
    life style that sees him flying all
    over the world, attending and
    holding the most ostentatious
    and lavish parties.
    In an ultimate twist and the
    author’s design, Ifenne and
    David join up and put together a
    grand plot beyond everyone’s
    expectation.
    WHAT YOU SHOULD TAKE NOTE
    OF
    Tips how to get where question
    may be ask. While reading the
    novel pick up pen and jotter and
    jot down
    (1) names of major roles
    (2)idioms use in d passage.
    (3)events that took place that is
    significant
    (4)quotation passage which
    they will ask e.g quoting a
    passage and asking u who
    quote this or who does it refer
    too
    (5)the mood of the writer ,
    dates,places,author
    autobiography.note potters
    wheels has 10questions
    15marks and sucessor
    5questions: more tips till coming.
    (6) The Writer's Mood or the
    Writer's Point of View.


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