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WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Hookup44: 7:42pm On Dec 28, 2017
WEST AFRICAN SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION FOR PRIVATE CANDIDATES, 2018 – FIRST SERIES EXAMINATION TIME-TABLE..

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Monday 29th January, 2018
Civic Education 2 [Essay] 9.30 am – 11.30 am
Civic Education 1 [Objective] 11.30pm – 12.30pm
Agricultural Science 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Tuesday 30th January, 2018
Agricultural Science 2 (Essay) 9.30 am-11.40am
Agricultural Science 1 -11.40pm – 12.30pm

Wednesday 31st January, 2018
Financial Accounting 2 [ Theory and Practice] 9:30am – 12:00pm
Financial Accounting 1 [Objectives] 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Biology 2 [Essay] 3:00pm – 4:40pm
Biology 1 [Objectives] 4:40pm – 5:00pm

Thursday 1st February, 2018
Hausa 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00am
Hausa 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Igbo 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00pm
Igbo 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Yoruba 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:00pm
Yoruba 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Chemistry 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:30pm – 5:00pm

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Friday 2nd February, 2018
Geography 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 11:30am
Geography 1 [Objectives] 11:30am – 12:30pm
Biology 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Saturday 3rd February, 2018
General Mathematics [Core] 2 [Essay] 9:30am – 12:00pm
General Mathematics [Core] 1 [Objectives] 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Monday 5th February, 2018
Physics 2 (Essay) 9.30 am – 11.00am
Physics 1 (Objectives) 11.00am – 12.15 pm
Geography 3 [Alternative to Practical Work] 3:00pm – 4:50pm

Tuesday 6th February, 2018
Economics 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm Economics 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.30 am
Physics 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2.00pm-4.45pm

Wednesday 7th February, 2018
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm
Islamic Studies 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30 am
Islamic Studies 1 (Objectives) 11.30 am – 12.30pm
Literature-In-Eng 2 (Prose) 2.00pm – 3.15 pm
Literature-In-Eng 1 (Objectives) 3.15 am – 4.15pm

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Thursday 8th February, 2018
Chemistry 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30pm
Chemistry 1 (Objectives) 11.30pm – 12.30pm
Government 2 (Essay) 2.00pm – 4.00 pm
Government (Obj) 4.00pm – 5.00 pm

Friday 9th February, 2018
Commerce 2 (Essay) 9.30am-11.30am
Commerce 1 (Objectives) 11.30am – 12.20am
Literature-In-Eng 3 (Drama & Poetry) 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm

Saturday 10th February, 2018
English Language 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 11.30am
English Language 1(Obj) 11.30am – 12.30pm
English Language 3(Oral) 3.30pm – 4.15am

Monday 12th February, 2018
Further Mathematics [Elective] 2 (Essay) 9.30am – 12.00pm
Further Mathematics [Elective] 1 (Objectives) 3.00pm – 4.30pm

NOTE:
Difference In Time On Question Paper and Time-Table
Where the duration indicated on the question paper differs from that on the time-table, the one on the question paper should be followed.
We Wish You All Good luck!!!

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Nobody: 4:23am On Dec 29, 2017
lalasticlala push to fp
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Write2018: 10:01am On Dec 29, 2017
Time for the younger ones to read hard.

If you write good articles, send me a message.
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Riversides2003(m): 10:03am On Dec 29, 2017
Exams has lost credibility in Nigeria. Wish you success though if you writing.

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by shammahyaro(f): 10:04am On Dec 29, 2017
I remember when I wrote wassec ...Those alt to practical na die

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by olaolulazio(m): 10:05am On Dec 29, 2017
Jan-Feb?
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by personal59: 10:05am On Dec 29, 2017
this is serious

if u re a Muslim and u av exam on Friday may Allah guide u because I can't imagine writing exam till12:30 then go for jumat between 12:30-2pm nd without revision join another exam by 2pm







Tohib Adejumo wrote:
Reflections on the Nigerian Christian
Years ago, I was a junior secondary school pupil of Government College, Ibadan. Early morning on assembly ground, I would watch
as Miss Jimoh or Mrs. Oyerinde, stand eyes closed in prayer, cane in hand, while concluding each prayer sentence with “in the name
of Jesus!” Young as I was during those years, there was something unsettling about their prayers.
You see, GCI had a rule, or so I had learned from old boys, that the school was secular in the sense that on assembly grounds
prayers favoring Christianity or Islam may not be made, but God can be used because of its neutrality to both religions. But these
teachers, wittingly or not, broke the rule, and it was okay. Many years later this praying style lends me a view to the Nigerian
Christian mind.
Lately, I have been thinking of my Nigerian Christian friends and their privilege (which most are unaware of its existence) in the
academic institutions and workplace. Many of our Nigerian Christian friends never had issues stemming from their conscience
conflicting with the system, so when a fellow Nigerian compatriot who is a Muslim say he or she has a conflict with the system,
they’re fast to think that the person is just being unnecessarily stubborn and being a cry-baby. Those Muslims are extremist
anyways.
But what the Nigerian Christian friend forget is the fact that even though both Muslims and Christians are full citizens of the country,
the system of the country had been designed primarily with the needs and accommodation of one person in mind – the Nigerian
Christian. Not the Muslim.
The British Imperialists who colonized us were Christians so every aspect of life touched by them was designed to naturally favor
their way of living which has Christianity at its center. This is not to say that there was a cynical attempt to make the systems
exclusively favor one religion over the other, because such an assertion would be ludicrous. They were just doing what came
naturally
to them, and had Muslims colonized Nigeria, the same would have been true as well. So returning to the point, Sundays were no
school days, Christmas and New Year celebrations fell wholly in holiday seasons, and there was nothing prohibiting the use of
crucifix
in schools.
You will remember that most of the public schools were once missionary schools. In Ibadan, we have Saint Annes Girls School, Saint
Teresa, Baptist High School, Methodist High School, and many more. This again buttresses the point that everything is in favor of
the
Nigerian Christian student. He never has to worry about his Sunday church service conflicting with WAEC schedule as we have seen
in recent years for Muslim students, when the examination commission in a cavalier way set an exam time to conflict with the time
for Jumua service.
Nigeria has been independent for a while now (some 57 years) and I do think the recent public debates on the violations of Nigerian
citizens’ constitutional rights to freedom of religious expression should call the Nigerian Christian student to a somber reflection of
his or her own privilege. The Nigerian Christian should understand that she is called freely to the bar without any buts or ifs because
of the privilege that comes with being Christian in Nigeria. She should therefore rise and hold the hand of the Nigerian Muslim
woman
and demand that she too must be called to the bar with no ifs and buts.
She should understand that putting a scarf on one’s head as required by one’s faith should have no bearings on once admission to
nursing school at all. He should know that, just like shaving the beard clean is of no consequence to one’s office job, keeping it
should equally be inconsequential.
In short, the Nigerian Christian must look into the privilege his religion affords him in this country of ours, and make sure that other
Nigerians be afforded similar rights and privileges. No one should have to choose between identifying as a Christian, and being a
journalist. I think you and I will agree on this.p

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Chiderao1(m): 10:07am On Dec 29, 2017
I
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by olatunji390(m): 10:11am On Dec 29, 2017
Education finally degrading with full speed. WAEC now writing 3times a year. Too bad
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by castrol180(m): 10:12am On Dec 29, 2017
shammahyaro:
I remember when I wrote wassec ...Those alt to practical na die


Is it wassec you wrote?

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by NeneKelvin2019(m): 10:13am On Dec 29, 2017
Please visit www.kelseduhub..com for latest educational news
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by personal59: 10:13am On Dec 29, 2017
olatunji390:
Education finally degrading with full speed. WAEC now writing 3times a year. Too bad


there is nothing degrading there bro


GRE and Toelf are written almost every month so y should ours be different


to me it's a very great idea

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Nobody: 10:14am On Dec 29, 2017
Buhari should register and write this exam. Nepa Bill will no longer do in 2019.

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Nobody: 10:16am On Dec 29, 2017
good
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Nobody: 10:18am On Dec 29, 2017
LoJ:
Buhari should register and write this exam. Nepa Bill will no longer do in 2019.
Correct!

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Raxxye(m): 10:28am On Dec 29, 2017
GCE in January? When did this start?
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Pojomojo: 10:30am On Dec 29, 2017
This is good news
More money fro examiners
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Tobisky16: 10:45am On Dec 29, 2017
castrol180:



Is it wassec you wrote?


Neva heard of wassec walahi
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by fabre4: 10:51am On Dec 29, 2017
personal59:
this is serious

if u re a Muslim and u av exam on Friday may Allah guide u because I can't imagine writing exam till12:30 then go for jumat between 12:30-2pm nd without revision join another exam by 2pm







Tohib Adejumo wrote:
Reflections on the Nigerian Christian
Years ago, I was a junior secondary school pupil of Government College, Ibadan. Early morning on assembly ground, I would watch
as Miss Jimoh or Mrs. Oyerinde, stand eyes closed in prayer, cane in hand, while concluding each prayer sentence with “in the name
of Jesus!” Young as I was during those years, there was something unsettling about their prayers.
You see, GCI had a rule, or so I had learned from old boys, that the school was secular in the sense that on assembly grounds
prayers favoring Christianity or Islam may not be made, but God can be used because of its neutrality to both religions. But these
teachers, wittingly or not, broke the rule, and it was okay. Many years later this praying style lends me a view to the Nigerian
Christian mind.
Lately, I have been thinking of my Nigerian Christian friends and their privilege (which most are unaware of its existence) in the
academic institutions and workplace. Many of our Nigerian Christian friends never had issues stemming from their conscience
conflicting with the system, so when a fellow Nigerian compatriot who is a Muslim say he or she has a conflict with the system,
they’re fast to think that the person is just being unnecessarily stubborn and being a cry-baby. Those Muslims are extremist
anyways.
But what the Nigerian Christian friend forget is the fact that even though both Muslims and Christians are full citizens of the country,
the system of the country had been designed primarily with the needs and accommodation of one person in mind – the Nigerian
Christian. Not the Muslim.
The British Imperialists who colonized us were Christians so every aspect of life touched by them was designed to naturally favor
their way of living which has Christianity at its center. This is not to say that there was a cynical attempt to make the systems
exclusively favor one religion over the other, because such an assertion would be ludicrous. They were just doing what came
naturally
to them, and had Muslims colonized Nigeria, the same would have been true as well. So returning to the point, Sundays were no
school days, Christmas and New Year celebrations fell wholly in holiday seasons, and there was nothing prohibiting the use of
crucifix
in schools.
You will remember that most of the public schools were once missionary schools. In Ibadan, we have Saint Annes Girls School, Saint
Teresa, Baptist High School, Methodist High School, and many more. This again buttresses the point that everything is in favor of
the
Nigerian Christian student. He never has to worry about his Sunday church service conflicting with WAEC schedule as we have seen
in recent years for Muslim students, when the examination commission in a cavalier way set an exam time to conflict with the time
for Jumua service.
Nigeria has been independent for a while now (some 57 years) and I do think the recent public debates on the violations of Nigerian
citizens’ constitutional rights to freedom of religious expression should call the Nigerian Christian student to a somber reflection of
his or her own privilege. The Nigerian Christian should understand that she is called freely to the bar without any buts or ifs because
of the privilege that comes with being Christian in Nigeria. She should therefore rise and hold the hand of the Nigerian Muslim
woman
and demand that she too must be called to the bar with no ifs and buts.
She should understand that putting a scarf on one’s head as required by one’s faith should have no bearings on once admission to
nursing school at all. He should know that, just like shaving the beard clean is of no consequence to one’s office job, keeping it
should equally be inconsequential.
In short, the Nigerian Christian must look into the privilege his religion affords him in this country of ours, and make sure that other
Nigerians be afforded similar rights and privileges. No one should have to choose between identifying as a Christian, and being a
journalist. I think you and I will agree on this.p


Where did u copy this junk from?

No one said she shouldn't be muslim , no one said she shouldn't worship in the mosque. All that was asked of her is to dress uniformly as others in order to portray the law as just and not bigoted. Just for a 2hr program. That is not the mosque or her house and if she cannot obey this how are we sure she will upload the law over her religion and not exhibit bigotry

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Nobody: 10:55am On Dec 29, 2017
smiley
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by tbliss22(m): 11:10am On Dec 29, 2017
LoJ:
Buhari should register and write this exam. Nepa Bill will no longer do in 2019.

Salvage!!

Imagine Mr president writing S.S.C.E..... Its going to be funny

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by tbliss22(m): 11:12am On Dec 29, 2017
But I thought it's always written in Oct/Nov, when did this began o??
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by BrutusOj(m): 11:16am On Dec 29, 2017
shammahyaro:
I remember when I wrote wassec ...Those alt to practical na die
alternative to practical is cheaper by far..
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by sexman18: 11:17am On Dec 29, 2017
Hy is waec examination starting on January please I need an answer
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by ronaldbecky(m): 11:19am On Dec 29, 2017
personal59:
this is serious

if u re a Muslim and u av exam on Friday may Allah guide u because I can't imagine writing exam till12:30 then go for jumat between 12:30-2pm nd without revision join another exam by 2pm







Tohib Adejumo wrote:
Reflections on the Nigerian Christian
Years ago, I was a junior secondary school pupil of Government College, Ibadan. Early morning on assembly ground, I would watch
as Miss Jimoh or Mrs. Oyerinde, stand eyes closed in prayer, cane in hand, while concluding each prayer sentence with “in the name
of Jesus!” Young as I was during those years, there was something unsettling about their prayers.
You see, GCI had a rule, or so I had learned from old boys, that the school was secular in the sense that on assembly grounds
prayers favoring Christianity or Islam may not be made, but God can be used because of its neutrality to both religions. But these
teachers, wittingly or not, broke the rule, and it was okay. Many years later this praying style lends me a view to the Nigerian
Christian mind.
Lately, I have been thinking of my Nigerian Christian friends and their privilege (which most are unaware of its existence) in the
academic institutions and workplace. Many of our Nigerian Christian friends never had issues stemming from their conscience
conflicting with the system, so when a fellow Nigerian compatriot who is a Muslim say he or she has a conflict with the system,
they’re fast to think that the person is just being unnecessarily stubborn and being a cry-baby. Those Muslims are extremist
anyways.
But what the Nigerian Christian friend forget is the fact that even though both Muslims and Christians are full citizens of the country,
the system of the country had been designed primarily with the needs and accommodation of one person in mind – the Nigerian
Christian. Not the Muslim.
The British Imperialists who colonized us were Christians so every aspect of life touched by them was designed to naturally favor
their way of living which has Christianity at its center. This is not to say that there was a cynical attempt to make the systems
exclusively favor one religion over the other, because such an assertion would be ludicrous. They were just doing what came
naturally
to them, and had Muslims colonized Nigeria, the same would have been true as well. So returning to the point, Sundays were no
school days, Christmas and New Year celebrations fell wholly in holiday seasons, and there was nothing prohibiting the use of
crucifix
in schools.
You will remember that most of the public schools were once missionary schools. In Ibadan, we have Saint Annes Girls School, Saint
Teresa, Baptist High School, Methodist High School, and many more. This again buttresses the point that everything is in favor of
the
Nigerian Christian student. He never has to worry about his Sunday church service conflicting with WAEC schedule as we have seen
in recent years for Muslim students, when the examination commission in a cavalier way set an exam time to conflict with the time
for Jumua service.
Nigeria has been independent for a while now (some 57 years) and I do think the recent public debates on the violations of Nigerian
citizens’ constitutional rights to freedom of religious expression should call the Nigerian Christian student to a somber reflection of
his or her own privilege. The Nigerian Christian should understand that she is called freely to the bar without any buts or ifs because
of the privilege that comes with being Christian in Nigeria. She should therefore rise and hold the hand of the Nigerian Muslim
woman
and demand that she too must be called to the bar with no ifs and buts.
She should understand that putting a scarf on one’s head as required by one’s faith should have no bearings on once admission to
nursing school at all. He should know that, just like shaving the beard clean is of no consequence to one’s office job, keeping it
should equally be inconsequential.
In short, the Nigerian Christian must look into the privilege his religion affords him in this country of ours, and make sure that other
Nigerians be afforded similar rights and privileges. No one should have to choose between identifying as a Christian, and being a
journalist. I think you and I will agree on this.p
...stop making noise.....u can skip d xams for ur jumat...all dis Islam wahala na wah. na so 1 idiot go read law bt no wan follow rule bcus of scarf abi waitn...islam na war

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Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by uvalued(m): 11:30am On Dec 29, 2017
olaolulazio:
Jan-Feb?

Am wondering too
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by okotv(m): 11:31am On Dec 29, 2017
hopefully those who prepared well would pass in flying colours
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Izublingz64: 11:33am On Dec 29, 2017
Write2018:
Time for the younger ones to read hard.
If you write good articles, send me a message.
I do. how can I message you
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Olabenjamen22(m): 11:46am On Dec 29, 2017
.
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by JuneOctober(f): 12:18pm On Dec 29, 2017
I thought it was Nov/Dec or around September- October period
Anyway, good luck to those writing.
Re: WAEC GCE 2018/2019 Private Candidates January/February Exam Timetable by Inyanga(m): 12:21pm On Dec 29, 2017
okay

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