1 edition of New perspectives in examination malpractices in Nigeria found in the catalog.
New perspectives in examination malpractices in Nigeria
Batur Laha Gbenda
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-230) and index.
|Statement||Gbenda, Batur Laha|
|LC Classifications||LB3609 .G34 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2011403329|
Secondary School student’s perceptions of examination malpractices and examination ethics were assessed. The participants were drawn from secondary schools in Bauchi metropolis of Nigeria. The study revealed that majority of the students believed that the indulgence in examination malpractice was a common occurrence, which will be difficultFile Size: KB. The project highlights the causes of examination malpractice among secondary school students, the effect of examination malpractice and solution to examination malpractice in secondary schools. In this research work, a sample of twenty (20) teachers and one hundred () students were collected by means of simple random sampling techniques from.
Examination malpractices are common everywhere and every examination season witnesses the emergence of new and ingenious ways of cheating. Examination malpractice Act no. 33 of stipulates a minimum punishment of fifty thousand naira (N50,) and a maximum of five years imprisonment, without option of fine, for violators of the offences. THE menace of examination malpractice has taken a dangerous and disturbing turn in recent years because parents, teachers, supervisors, and even school managers are directly involved.
Virtually all levels of education in Nigeria is affected by examination malpractices. Go to the primary schools, the secondary schools and the higher institutions and you will come by various forms of examination malpractices. It has become the order of the day. Examination malpractice has become rampant in Nigeria; continued to degrade the standard and good quality of education of the country. The situation has .
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Examination malpractice is not a new phenomenon in Nigeria. Maduemezia () reported that the first examination malpractice in Nigeria occurred in during the SeniorFile Size: KB. examination malpractice, V oice of Nigeria T ertiary Institution News (VNTI, ). The concept of examination malpractice is not new, especially to the Nigerian educational system.
Forms of Examination Malpractice In every examination, students develop new methods of perpetrating examination malpractices. The instances of examination malpractices vary.
They range from impersonation, leakage of questions, tampering with results, and computer fraud to fraudulent practices by Size: KB. Sociological Perspective of Examination Malpractices in Nigerian Universities Omoyibo Kingsley Ufuoma1 Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Benin, Benin City, Edo state, Nigeria.
Received 27 February Author: Ufuoma Omoyibo Kingsley. Abstract: Examination malpractice is a serious problem in Nigerian educational institutions and especially in secondary schools. Examination malpractice is a notable reality in Nigeria but with many negative consequences.
The presence of examination malpractice is a threat to the stability of educational institutions and the society at large. But, in Nigeria, a negative phenomenon can be observed, which constantly affects the educational system in general. And this problem is examination malpractice. In this article, we will take a closer look at examination malpractice causes, effects, and solutions for it.
ON EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN NIGERIA UNIVERSITIES: FACTOR ANALYSIS DEFINITION 1A. AKINREFON, 1O. IKPAH, 1A. BAMIGBALA *Modibbo Adama University of Technology, NIGERIA 2O.
ADENIYI University of Ilorin, Nigeria Abstract. Examination malpractice has become an epidemic in the na-tion’s educational system. Some of the classified tutorial classes are meant for examination malpractices which many candidates register with to have good grades in their examinations.
Agreeing with Joseph, an educational expert, Dr Benjamin Okolo, the falling standard of education in Nigeria is the major causes of examination malpractices. Examination malpractice also known as cheating is the illegal action that students take during their examinations to try to make good grades by cutting corners.
Examination malpractice is an act or irregular manner of testing candidates which contravenes the rules and conventions guiding the conduct of examinations.
Examination malpracticeAuthor: Sylvanus Ushie Oko, cfia F, Roseline Ishanga Adie. EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES, CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTIONS. The Rule must be Broken: An Integrative-Anomie Perspective of Examination Malpractice in Nigeria Macpherson U.
Nnam Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo Smart E. Otu Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo Abstract The Nigerian educational system is losing its potency and viability to examination Size: KB. New perspectives in examination malpractice in Nigeria. Makurdi: Selfers Academic Press Ltd; Minimizing examination malpractice in public examinations: The role of teacher educationAuthor: O.
Mercy. This issue of course and effects of examination malpractice in institutions of higher leaning in Nigeria in this term paper provides a partial and detail coverage of what malpractice is all about.
It gives the student a firm understanding of basic effect of malpractice. This term paper has been revised to up date the material in accordance. Lagos — The task of conducting public examination in Nigeria is becoming increasingly complicated and difficult by the day, and the major examination bodies are battling to maintain the.
in Nigeria in examination malpractices as determined by the examination malpractice index (EMI). He furthermore found that out of thepupils who sat for the senior secondary certificate examinations in year95, of them were involved in examination fraud.
while out of, of them were involved in examination malpractices. Recommended: History and solutions to malpractice in Nigeria Oxford living dictionaries define examination as a formal test of a person’s knowledge or proficiency in a subject or skill. It is all about testing your knowledge, understanding and how skillful you are in a subject.
Curbing Examination Malpractices in West African Senior School Certificate Examinations in Nigeria. (Mrs) Chinyere Agatha Omebe. Abstract - Examination occupies a very strategic position in our lives both in education and in industries. Teachers and counsellors rely on them for a comprehensive evaluation of their students and Size: KB.
examination malpractices, is shown in Table 1. Table 1: Examination Malpractices in Nigerian Secondary Schools Zone No of schools involved % North-Central 54 North-East 08 North-West 12 South-East 48 South-South South-West 86 Total Source: Week End Times, 17th & 18th February,p However, despite the movement towards Open Examinations, the war against examination malpractices, is not about to be won whether in Nigeria or elsewhere; like that between cops and robbers, it is.
THE CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTION TO EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS (A CASE STUDY OF ILAJE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Education serves as a prime instrument in the development of Nigeria but the issue of malpractice has led to the problem of this system.
The main purpose of examination. Examination malpractice is a current trend in the educational system today. This trend has negative implications on the educational system. In search for a solution to the problem, the researcher investigated the effect of REBT in curbing examination malpractice behaviour among secondary school students in Calabar Municipality area of Cross River State.
The research design adopted for this.The instrument was a two-part instrument; part ‘A’ concerned personal data reflecting the location and type of school of the respondent while part ‘B’ had three sections, sections 1 to 3 which sought to elicit responses concerning the forms and categories of examination malpractices, ways and methods of examination malpractices and.
Submitted by Aisha Nuraini,Senior Secondary 3,MariamBabangida Girls Science College,Minna, ation malpractices have consistently remained a bane of Nigerian educational system. Most foreigners say that the academic certificates being issued to graduates in Nigeria are no more valuable than the pieces of paper on which they are printed.