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Sunday, May 12, 2019




1a) Specimen A is a file
Specimen B is a Grinding stone
Specimen C is a cutlass
Specimen D is a shovel
1b)
- They are both used for sharpening farm tools
- They are both used for  smoothening  rough surfaces of farm implements
1c)
-  It should be sharpened regularly
- Keep it in a dry and  cool place
- Metals part should be oiled and greased before storage
1d)
(i) - Possession of wooden  handle
- Possession of rectangular or round edge
- Possession of hollow blade
(ii) A - It is used for sharpening blades of farm tools
C - For weeding farm lands
D - For making garden paths
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2a) Specimen E is a clayed soil
Specimen F is a Loamy soil
Specimen G is sandy soil
Specimen H is a Legume
2b) - Specimen E -
- It is fined grained
- It is smooth to the touch
- Specimen F -
- It is dark brown or dark in colour
- It has non-powdery and non-sticky texture
2c)
- By planting cover crops
- By application of compost manure
- By mulching the soil
2d)
- It helps in holding water capacity of E and G
- It helps E and G structure of the soil by binding the particle of coarse -  texture soil together
2e) Cocoa, Pepper, Casava and okro
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3a)
- Specimen I is cowpea
- Specimen J is plantain
3b)
- I is a leguminous plant
- J is a staple food
3c)
- I : Vigna unguiculata
- J : musa paradisiaca
3d)
- I : it is prepared by seeds
- J : It is prepared by vegetative means
3e) None can be raised in a nursery
3f)
- I : Possession of long 20-50cm peduncle
- J : It is yellow in colour when matured
- I : Possession of varying size and shape of the leaves
- J : It can be eaten raw when matured
3g) Storage is done in silos on a large scale
3h) Pod borers,  bean Beetle, leaf hoppers
3i)
- Bacteria disease is Bacteria wilt
- Fungal disease is Anthracnose
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4a)
- Specimen K is Meat
- Specimen L is Guinea grass
- Specimen M is Tick
4b)
- By canning
- By curing (salting)
- By dehydrating
- By freeze drying method
- By smoking
4c)
- It is palatable to animals
- It is good for making of hay for the animals
- It is also used as medicine for  animals
4d)
- Transmission of protozoa to animals
- Transmission of rickettsial to animals
- Transmission of viral diseases to animals
- They cause poor health and loss of production to animals
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Saturday, May 11, 2019



Are you preparing to write the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) 2019 National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) Examinations? If yes, check the NABTEB timetable for the May/June examinations below.


Authority of the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has released the timetable for the year 2019 May/June National Business Certificate (NBC) and National Technical Certificate (NTC) examinations.

NABTEB Exam Date:

According to the official timetable released by the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB), the exams will commence on Monday, 6th May, 2019with General Metal Work and end on Saturday, 1st June, 2019 with Geography.

NABTEB Timetable.

Monday, 06/05/2019
  • 12:30 p.m-6:30p.m :: General Metal Work ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:30p.m-6:30p.m :: Textile Trades (Suface Design & Textile Printing) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Tuesday, 07/05/2019
  • 9:00a.m-3:00p.m :: Ladies Garment Making (Garment Construction and Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9:00a.m-12noon :: Draughtsmanship Craft Practice(Draughtsmanship) ‹‹›› Paper II (Alt. to Practical)
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Automobile Electrical Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Motor Vehicle Mechanics Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9:00a.m-12noon :: Electrical Installation and Maintenance Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9:00a.m-12noon :: Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9:00a.m-3:00p.m :: Carpentry and Joinery ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9:00a.m-3:00p.m :: Leather Trades (Footwear Manufacture) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • To be arranged :: Fabrication and Welding ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-12.00 noon :: Fisheries ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Photographic Practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-3.30p.m :: Bricklaying, Blocklaying and Concreting ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-3.00p.m :: Men’s Garment Making (GarmentConstruction and Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-3.30pm :: Furniture Making ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-3.00pm :: Textile Trades (Spinning) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Appliance Maintenance and Repairs(Electrical/Medical Appliances and projector Maintenance) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-4.00p.m :: Graphic Ats (Graphic Design) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 4.00p.m-6.00p.m :: Geography ‹‹›› Paper II (Pract. & Phy. Geo.)

Wednesday, 08/05/2019
  • 11.30a.m-2.30pm :: Marine Engineering Craft ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Plumbing and Pipe Fitting ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-3.30pm :: Ceramics (Ceramics and Design) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-2.30pm :: Electronics Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Cosmetology ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-6.30pm :: Catering Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Leather Trades(Leather Tanning) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-3.30pm :: Machine Wood Working ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Printing Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Painting and Decorating ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-5.30pm :: Textile Trades (Weaving) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-2.30pm :: Instrument Mechanics Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-2.30pm :: Computer Craft Studies ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 11.30a.m-2.30pm :: Appliance Maintenance and Repairs ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Thursday, 09/05/2019
  • 4.00p.m-6.00p.m :: Animal Science ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Friday, 10/05/2019
  • To be arranged :: Mechanical Engineering Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 3.00p.m-600p.m :: Information & Commmunications ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Saturday, 11/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11.00a.m :: Agricultural Science ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-4.00pm :: Vehicle Body Building ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-4.00pm :: Light Vehicle Body Repair Works ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-3.00pm :: Agricultural Equipment and Mechanics Works (Intro. to Agric Science, Implements ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-4.00pm :: General Wood Work ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-6.00pm :: Textile Trades (Bleaching, Dyeing and Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-1.40pm :: Shothand (80 W. P. M.) ‹‹›› Passages
  • 12:00noon-2.30pm :: Animal Husbandry ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 12:00noon-6.00pm :: Leather Trades (Leather Goods Manufacture) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Monday, 13/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11.45a.m :: Physics ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 1.00pm-4.00p.m :: Basic Electricity ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Tuesday, 14/05/2019
  • 12:30p.m-2:30p.m :: Chemistry ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 3:00p.m-6:00p.m :: Building/Engineering Drawing ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Wednesday, 15/05/2019
  • 12:00noon-2.00pm :: Biology ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • To be arranged :: Foundry Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
Friday, 17/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Agricultural Equipment and ImplementMechanics Works (Tractor System) ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 9.00a.m-12noon :: Ship Building Craft practice ‹‹›› Paper II Practical
  • 3.00p.m-5.40p.m :: Typewriting (35W.P.M) ‹‹›› Pratical
Monday, 20/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11:30am :: Chemistry ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
Tuesday, 21/05/2019
  • 9:00a.m-12:10p.m :: Agricultural Equipment and Implement Mechanics Works (Introduction to Agric ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-12:30p.m :: Financial Accounting ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Plumbing & Pipe Fitting ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Textile Trades (Suface Design & Textile Printing) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:10a.m :: Leather Trades (Footwear Manufacture) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Printing Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Men’s Garment Making (Garment Construction and Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: General Wood Work ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Appliance Maintenance and Repairs(Domestic and Office Machines Maintenance) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Vehicle Body Building ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Marine Engineering Craft ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 2:00p.m-4:45p.m :: Physics ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
Wednesday, 22/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11.40a.m :: Ship Building Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 2.00p.m- 4.30p.m :: Christain Religious Studies ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 2.00p.m- 4.30p.m :: Islamic Studies ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
Thursday, 23/05/2019
  • 9:00a.m-10:45a.m :: Futher Mathematics ‹‹›› Paper I Objective
  • 10.45am-12:45p.m :: Futher Mathematics ‹‹›› PaperII Essay
  • 11.30a.m-2.00p.m :: Government ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
Friday, 24/05/2019
  • 9:00a.m-11:10a.m :: Graphic Ats (Graphic Design) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Instrument Mechanics Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: (Electrical/Medical Appliances and Projectors Maintenance) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:10a.m :: Leather Trades (Leather GoodsManufacture) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Tourism ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Textile Trades (Bleaching, Dyeing &Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Animal Husbandry ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Fisheries ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Ceramic (Ceramic and Design) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-11:40a.m :: Mechanical Engineering Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3.00p.m-5.30p.m :: Agricultural Science ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
Saturday, 25/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11.30a.m :: Animal Science ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 12noon-2.40p.m :: Basic Electricity ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5.40pm :: Computer Craft Studies ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5.40pm :: Textile Trades (Spinning) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5.40pm :: Electronics Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5.40pm :: Machine Wood Working ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5.40pm :: General Metal Work ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
Monday, 27/05/2019
  • 9:00a.m-10:30a.m :: Mathematics ‹‹›› Paper I Objective
  • 10.30am-1:00p.m :: Mathematics ‹‹›› PaperII Essay
  • 3:00p.m-5:40p.m :: Information & Communications Technology(ICT) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
Tuesday, 28/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-10.40a.m :: English Language ‹‹›› Paper I Obj/Test of Orals
  • 10.40am-1.10p.m :: English Language ‹‹›› Paper II Essay Writing Comprehension & Summary
  • 3.00p.m-5.50p.m :: Civic Education ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
Thursday, 30/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-11.20a.m :: Biology ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-4.10p.m :: Fabrication and Welding ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.40p.m :: Blocklaying, Bricklaying and Concreting ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.10p.m :: Leather Trades ( Leather Tanning) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.10p.m :: Photographic Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.40p.m :: Carpentry and Joinery ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.40p.m :: Painting & Decorating ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-4:10p.m :: Agric. Equipment & Implements Mechanics Works (Tractor System) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.40p.m :: Textile Trades (Weaving) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1.00p.m-3.40p.m :: Draughtsmanship Craft Practice(Draughtsmanship) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 1:00p.m-4:20p.m :: Commerce ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 5.00p.m-5.40p.m :: Building /Engineering Drawing ‹‹›› Paper I Objective
Friday, 31/05/2019
  • 9.00a.m-12.20pm :: Economics ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Electrical Installation and Maintenance Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Motor Vehicle Mechanics Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Catering Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Automobile Electrical Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Furniture Making ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Cosmetology ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Light Vehicle Body Repair Works ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Foundry Craft Practice ‹‹›› Paper I Objectice & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Ladies Garment Making (Garment Construction and Finishing) ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay
  • 3:00pm-5:40pm :: Introduction to Building Construction ‹‹›› Objective & Essay( To be takenby Trade codes 21O,25O,26O,and 27O candidates)
  • 3.00p.m-5.00p.m :: Literature-in-English ‹‹›› Paper II Drama & Poetry
Saturday, 01/06/2019
  • 9:00a.m-12:20p.m :: Office Practice ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 9:00a.m-12:20p.m :: Salesmanship ‹‹›› Objective & Essay
  • 12.30pm-2.30p.m :: Literature-in-English ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Prose
  • 3:00p.m-6:00p.m :: Geography ‹‹›› Paper I Objective & Essay

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WAEC 2019 – FOOD & NUTRITION/FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING/HEALTH SCIENCE/HEALTH EDUCATION
Monday 13th May, 2019
Foods and Nutrition 2 (Essay) – 9:30a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Foods and Nutrition 1 (Objective) – 10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
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Health Education 2 (Essay) – 2:00p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
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WAEC 2019- GEOGRAPHY
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Geography-Obj
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11ADBCBBAADA
21ADBCDCDDAA
31BDCDBCDABC
41CCBDBDCACC
Very Accurate.
(1a)
(i) Availability of labour
(ii) Availability of capital
(iii) Nearness to source of power
(iv) Adequate transport network
(v) Nearness to market
(vi) Proximity to source of raw materials.
(1b)
(i) It creates more employment
(ii) It increases state and local government revenue
(iii) It brings development
(iv) It brings civilization
(v) It also brings new technologies
(2ai)
total population = 3.2+5.4+7.4+6.5+4.2
= 26.7million
(2aii)
Total land area = (40,000+98,000+35,000+120,000+36,000)km^2
= 479,000km^2
(2aiii)
Population density of country B= Total population of B/Land area of B
= 26,000,000/ 479,000
= 557.41 person/sqkm
(2b)
(i)Agriculture
Areas with well developed farming of crops or animals are often densely populated.
(ii) Secondary industry
Those areas in which manufacturing has developed tend to be densely populated. It is worth noting that even in old industrial areas in which manufacturing has declined or even closed, population densities may remain high.
(iii) Accessibility
Areas with well developed transport infrastructure and links through road, rail, shipping, canals and air are likely to be more densely populated than areas which are poorly connected
(iv)Conflict
Wars and conflicts can lead to significant movements of population and a simultaneous decrease in density in some areas while others may increase.
(2c)
(i)Healthcare/access to health care/medical technology/ability to fight or prevent disease
(ii)Availability of birth control/availability of family planning education/use of birth control
(iii)Culture-social norms, values, and traditions (the use of contraception, the age at which marriage is socially acceptable, religious beliefs on family planning, gender equality, etc.)
(Number 3)
(3a)
(Pick three)
(I)it provide door to door services ie it can get to anywhere within the country
(II)it makes goods available where they are scare
(III)Road facilitate the movement of people within a short distance
(IV)it feeds water ,rail and air transportation
(V)It is the most common means of transportation
(3b)
(Pick three)
(I)Roads are very expensive to construct and maintain
(II)Roads are difficult to construct, especially in highlands and swampy areas
(III)Amount of goods and passengers carried by roads is limited
(IV)Road are more proned to accident than any other means of transportation
(V)They are more proned to damage,especially washouts caused by heavy rain
(3c)
(Pick four)
(I)Agricultural raw material such as cocoa ,cotton,palm produce ,timber etc are mostly conveyed by road to the processing factories scattered all over the country
(II)it leads to increased agricultural, mineral and industrial production
(III)It aids the movement of people or labour and capital
(IV)it gives rise to employment opportunities
(V)It links areas of production with areas of com sump in a country
(4a)
Draw the map and locate
(4b)
(Pick any THREE)
(i) Groundnut requires a wide plain for easy cultivation.
(ii) It requires a rainfall of 50 – 100cm per annum.
(iii) It requires a loose Sandy soil which makes planting and harvesting easy.
(iv) It requires long dry season for fruits to be dried
(4c)
(Pick any FOUR)
(i) It aids in boosting the GNDP of the country
(ii) It creates employment for the citizens
(iii) It helps in creating the availability of oil used for domestic purposes.
(iv) It is a source of income to the populates as it boosts the per capital income of the populates.
(v) It is a source of foreign exchange
(vi) It provides market for industrial goods.
(5a) Draw the map
(5b)
(i) inadequate funding: the tourism industry is pooly funded and it retards the development of tourist center in Nigeria.
(ii) Lack of private investment in Nigeria retards the development of tourist center
(iii) Inadequate personal
(iv) Poor publicity lack of effective publicity for publishing the scenery wildlife and culture attractions to visitors is a problem to Nigeria
(v) Absence of tourism boards
(vi) Security problems
(5c)
(i) Increase in budgeting provision: there should be increase and release of budgeting provision by government for tourism development
(ii) Engagement of private sector: the government should encourage and embrace the private sector in order to drive the tourism development programmes.
(iii) Pursuance of aggressive marketing strategies have to be put in place to promote tourism assects locally and internationally
(iv) Launching of tourism development trust : The government should launch tourism development funds. This funds will also go a long way to ensure adequate provision of capital for tourism development in the country

(6a)
(pick 4)
(i) Tin
(ii) Gold
(iii) Coal
(iv) Iron ore
(v) Limestone
(vi) Petroleum
(6b)
tabulate
(i) Tin – Jos
(ii) Gold – ilesa and sokoto
(iii) Coal – Enugu
(iv) Iron ore – Lokoja, Enugu
(v) Limestone – Sokoto, Ewekoro
(vi) Petroleum – Warri, Port Harcourt
(6c)
(i) It is a source of foreign exchange
(ii) Employment opportunities
(iii) It serves as raw materials for many industries
(6d)
(i) oil spillage
(ii) Health hazard which causes lung cancer
(iii) The natural gas and oil occur together and oil is highly flammable