Mass failure looms if WAEC starts on August 17 – Private school owners warn FG

The statement said that to avert mass failure, there should be four to six weeks of academic revision to enable students to adequately prepare for the examination.

β€œThese candidates have been out of school for over four months, during which some have abandoned their books and be engaged in economic activities to assist their parents,”APSON said.

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It explained that the students needed a minimum of one month to re-acclimatize to the school environment.

It stressed that: β€œWe wish to reiterate that, to avoid mass failure, the students need between four and six weeks for effective revision as our people are used to the conventional schooling and are yet to fully come to terms with e-learning.”

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The statement further explained that the association had constituted a national COVID-19 committee ahead of school resumption, assuring that it will abide by the COVID-19 safety protocol.

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