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Who Is To Be Blamed For Examination Malpractices In Nigeria? by Nobody: 8:16am On May 13, 2013
The rate at which students engage in sophisticated forms of Examination Malpractices otherwise known as expo, has become so alarming. Its continous prevalant condition has forced me to ask of who is to be blamed.
Now i want to ask you, who is to be blamed for Examination Malpractice?
Is it the parents who are only concerned about how their children would pass by paying some money to teachers to help their children? Or
Is it the teachers/lecturers that asks and request for the money or Is it the government that delay in payment of salaries thereby forcing the teachers to collect the money and not also prividing equipments for effective learning or is it the student that is despirate to pass by all means with lack of zeal to study or is it the one that asked this question or is it the presence of online social networks or is it the society who indirectly make the notion that "na who pass know book"?
Who is to be blamed?
What do you say!

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Re: Who Is To Be Blamed For Examination Malpractices In Nigeria? by safejourney: 9:53am On May 13, 2013
I blame all of them? even JAMB that selling form of 1.7m for candidates but cannot afford to admit more than 520,000 candidates into nigeria higher institutions.

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