Acadastore is uniquely designed with the educational advancement of our users in mind. To this end, we have customized our CBT’S into at least 10 subjects and broken down each subject into their respected topics for student users in Junior Secondary Classes 1, 2 and 3 and Senior Secondary Classes 1, 2 and 3.
For the respective junior class and senior school class, each subject, as would be taught according to user’s curriculum in their respective school classrooms is broken down into topics and questions created from those topics. Studying according to topics allows a user to narrow his/her study to any particular topic of concern and have his/her knowledge tested by answering questions generated from only that topic of interest for better understanding and retention. With this feature, users can now surgically focus their study test on those topics, chapters or problem areas taught at school on a daily basis.
Through this study tool, users are better able to precisely understand topics taught at school, know what an examiner requires from any given question even if misleadingly framed and improve their daily performance. Studying according to topics would also guard users against being easily swayed by the craftiness of examiners who may sometimes suggest closely related answers.
Right now, for all the academic classes we have the following subjects and their topics represented;
|JUNIOR SECONDARY CLASS 1, 2 AND 3||SENIOR SECONDARY CLASS 1, 2 AND 3|
|PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION||CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE|
TheNational Examinations Council (NECO) is the examination
body that conducts the Basic Education Certification Examination (BECE)
in Nigeria for candidates in their third year of the Junior Secondary School
to transit from the ninth year of the basic education class to the Senior Secondary School.
Component states, in Nigeria including the FCT, bear the responsibility for
conducting the BECE for their respective candidates. NECO on the other hand oversees
the conduct of the examination for secondary schools under the Armed Forces, Federal Unity Colleges and other Federal establishments.
Twenty-two subjects are administered at the BECE level. However, a candidate is expected to write a maximum of thirteen subjects and a minimum of ten. Candidates are also expected to pass 6 subjects including Mathematics and English Language to satisfy the minimum general requirement for promotion into the Senior Secondary School class.
The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE)is a high
school-leaving standardized academic examination administered by the West
African Examinations Council. The examination is annually conducted for the
award of O’ level certificate only to candidates who sit for the examination
residing in Anglophone West African countries namely; Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and the Gambia.
The maximum number of subjects offered for WASSCE is nine. They may include any of the following; Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Agriculture, English Language, Literature in English, Economics, Commerce, Government, Christian Religious Knowledge etc.
Candidates are expected to score a minimum of 5 Credits in any of their relevant subjects sat for to satisfy the minimum general entrance requirement into any faculty of choice of a university or tertiary institution. Of course, these entry requirements will vary from nation to nation.
|A1||Excellent||75% - 100%|
|B2||Very Good||74% - 70%|
|B3||Good||65% - 69%|
|C4||Credit||60% - 64%|
|C5||Credit||61% - 64%|
|C6||Credit||50% - 60%|
|YD7||Pass||45% - 49%|
|E8||Pass||40% - 44%|
|F9||Fail||0% - 39%|
Our practice test questions are suitable aids for students preparing for WASSCE (May/June) and WASSCE (November/December) otherwise popularly called the GCE O’ levels.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)is a Nigerian
entrance examination board for tertiary-level institutions.
The board is tasked with conducting entrance examinations for high school
grandaunts with minimum O’ level WAEC certificate or its equivalent and who
satisfy the minimum general entrance requirement into any faculty of choice
of a university or tertiary institution sought.
JAMB offers candidates the choice of writing any four subject combination during the examination. They may include any of the following subject combination as stated by JAMB; Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Agriculture, English Language, Literature in English, Economics, Commerce, Government, Christian Religious Knowledge etc.
Candidates with cumulativegrades in the four subjects sat for, asset by JAMB, become eligible to proceed and apply to their faculty of choice to further satisfy any other minimum general entry requirements which includes writing that institution’s entry examination popularly called Post UTME/JAMB. Of course, these entry requirements vary from nation to nation.
Our practice test questions are suitable aids for students preparing for JAMB, WASSCE (May/June) and WASSCE (November/December) otherwise popularly called the GCE O’ levels.