Can a student pass WAEC examination without examination malpractice?

For sure, many students will want to know if they can possibly pass WAEC examination without engaging in malpractice.  Well, if you ask majority of students in Nigeria or students of other country who also write WAEC examination, they will tell you that it is very difficult to do that, or perhaps impossible. Only few, will assert that it is absolutely possible. But then, there is a controversy. 


Now, the truth is that most students pass WAEC exams through examination malpractice, and as such, they assume that the only way to attain success in the examination is through malpractice. Just last week, a student sent a whatsapp message to me from Ghana, pleading that I should send to her, the answers to her examination questions. I wanted to block her at first, but I decided to send back to her. My message to her was that she should go and read her books properly. And surprisingly, she sent a message to me again, reminding me that WAEC is very difficult and that no student can possibly pass without examination malpractice. After this incident, I understood why students often say it is impossible to pass WAEC examination. 


Yes, anybody can pass WAEC examination without engaging in malpractice. In fact, it is not only possible,  it is also easy. The reasons for all this "malpractice" notion about WAEC examination, is because indolent students find it very difficult to pick up their books to read. You can pass WAEC examination without engaging in malpractice. But that will be as long as you read your books voraciously. You don't expect your brain to bring out what it doesn't have, do you? So, you will pass, as long as you read. 

Okay, I think the bewilderments has be resolved. It is possible to pass WAEC examination without engaging in examination malpractice. But that will be as long as you prepare properly for the examination. WAEC examination is not difficult. Any student who read voraciously before the examination will pass it. So, I advise all students to jettison the notion of malpractice in WAEC examination.