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SECTION A: Part One
(1)
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SECTION A: Part Two
(3)
The Evil Effects Of Examination Malpractice On The Society

Examination malpractice has consistently remained a bane of Nigeria’s educational system. No wonder the academic certificates being issued graduates in Nigeria are no more valuable than the pieces of paper on which they are printed, according to the view of most foreigners.

What then is examination malpractice? Examination malpractice is a situation in which candidates for an examination are given undue advantages before, during or after the examination so that the candidates win cheap success thereafter. Hence the sanctity of the examination is broken or violated. Examination malpractices portend grave dangers for the nation.
In the first place, our graduates of educational institutions cannot stand the test of time. They are ill-baked because there was no thoroughness in their training and the process of academic acquisition. Students involved in examination malpractice may be underprepared for higher education, workplace tasks and job skills because exam scores that may lead to promotion or hiring do not match the students’ actual skill levels. They may lack the education necessary to succeed in academic courses or work-related projects
Low morale and questionable ethics in academia and later in life are also a potential result of examination malpractice. For example, students may not value the significance of exam scores because others who have cheated or mislead participants through examination malpractice were still given academic honors, awards, promotions or job opportunities without question. Examination malpractice can thus lead to a culture of encouraging those to get ahead through any means possible.
Also, the negative trend can be seen in employees being engaged in jobs they are not suited for since the certificates they claim to possess are not merited. In addition, seriousness is thrown to the wind. Students have little time for their studies as they attend parties, engage in drug addiction and other untoward behaviors.
Furthermore, bribery and corrupt practices accompany examination malpractices. This is so because the cheats offer money and atimes their bodies to get illicit assistance in the examination hall. Bribes are offered invigilators and supervisors so that they may connive with the examination cheats to have a field day in the hall.
Creativity and resourcefulness are hampered or discouraged in a nation where examination malpractices thrive. The canker worm named examination malpractices should be stamped out of the country before they wreak greater havoc on the social, religious, economic and political lives of Nigeria. God help Nigeria to accomplish just this.
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SECTION B

(5a)
(i) Globe – world
(ii) Stigma – disgrace
(iii) Alternative – option
(iv) Enact – make
(v) Liberty – freedom

(5b)
(i) Adjectival clause
(ii) It qualifies the noun “lady” in the main clause

(5c)
Oxymoron

(5d)
Arrangement or agreement by man and woman to live together for sometime before getting married legally.

(5e)
(i) Unfavourable economic situations
(ii) Laws that give room for having children outside wedlock.

(5f)
It is a long-legally established and universally accepted unit or union
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SECTION C

(6)
(i) It started with flames and smoke
(ii) The wind blew fine white dust from the volcano upon the Pompeians
(iii) Stones started falling out from the volcano
(iV) Emission of Sulphur fumes from the volcano
(v) It then started venting hot ashes which trapped and killed all living creatures in Pompeians

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