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How to apply for WAEC script remarking

Due to a number of calls from parents, guardians and candidates dissatisfied with some scores in the recently released results by the West African...

Meaning of ‘outstanding’, ‘withheld’ on WAEC results

By now, you must have checked your results in the just concluded West African Senior School Centre Examination (WASSCE). If you haven't done so,...

How to check your WAEC result

Now that the West African Examinations Council has released the May/June West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results, you're definitely eager to see...

How to become an examiner or checker with WAEC and NECO

Every season the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) is conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) or the National Examinations Council (NECO), it...

Career Opportunities for Mass Communication Graduates

Mass Communication is a field that has to do with professionals. It has a widespread opportunities that one can delve into depending how professional...

Career opportunities in Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Electrical/Electronics Engineering is one of the fields in engineering today. In this article, EduCeleb.com presents you some career opportunities in it. While meanings change, the...

School Information Management (2)

NANCY EKPEZU continues the series on school information management. In the first part, she highlighted definition, categorisation and importance of the school information management...

7 tips to avoid scoring low grades in your academic life

Sequel to a previous article on reasons why students have carryover in academic courses, AHMED IYANDA writes on tips for students to avoid scoring...

School Information Management (1)

In this series, NANCY EKPEZU writes about the management of school information. School owners, principals, head teachers and other echelon of the school administration...

Our teachers should have told us these

Razaq Malik Gbolahan renders his thoughts about life after school which teachers may not have been talking about. Those teachers didn't fail us. They didn't...
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