WAEC Biology Syllabus 2018 (SSCE & GCE): View & Download PDF.
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WAEC Biology 2018 Question & Answer (EXPO)
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PREAMBLE: This is an examination syllabus drawn up from the curricula of the member countries of the West African Examinations Council. It should be used alongside the appropriate teaching syllabus(es) of the country where the candidates are domiciled.
This examination syllabus is divided into three sections: Sections A, B and C. Section A is for all candidates, Section B is for candidates in Ghana only and Section C is for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone The Gambia and Liberia.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
This syllabus is designed to assess candidates’
- understanding of the structure and functions of living organisms as well as appreciation of nature;
- acquisition of adequate laboratory and field skills in order to carry out and evaluate experiments and projects in Biology;
- acquisition of necessary scientific skills for example observing, classifying and interpreting biological data;
- acquisition of the basic relevant knowledge in Biology needed for future advanced studies in biological sciences;
- acquisition of scientific attitudes for problem solving;
- ability to apply biological principles in everyday life in matters that affect
personal, social, environmental, community health and economic problems;
- awareness of the existence of interrelationships between biology and other scientific disciplines.
WAEC 2018 BIOLOGY SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
There will be three papers: Papers 1, 2 and 3, all of which must be taken. Papers 1 and 2 will be a composite paper to be taken at one sitting.
- PAPER 1: Will consist of fifty multiple-choice objective questions drawn from Section A of the syllabus (the section of the syllabus which is common to all countries). It will carry 50 marks and last for 50 minutes.
- PAPER 2: Will consist of six essay questions drawn from the entire syllabus. The paper will be put into three sections, Sections A, B and C.
- Section A: Will consist of four questions drawn from Section A of the syllabus.
- Section B: Will be for candidates in Ghana only and will be drawn from Section B of the syllabus (ie the section of the syllabus perculiar to Ghana). It will consist of short-structured questions.
- Section C: Will be for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Liberia and will be drawn from Section C of the syllabus (ie the section of the syllabus containing material for those countries only). It will also consist of short-structured questions.
Candidates will be expected to answer two questions from Section A and all the short-structured questions from either Section B or Section C.
Each question in Section A will carry 20 marks while the compulsory short-structured questions in Sections B and C will carry 30 marks. The total score will be 70 marks. The paper shall take 1 hour 40 minutes.
- PAPER 3: Will be a practical test (for school candidates) or a test of practical work (for private candidates) lasting 2 hours and consisting of three sections: Sections A, B and C.
- Section A: This will consist of two compulsory questions drawn from Section A of the syllabus, each carrying 25 marks.
- Section B: This will be for candidates in Ghana only. It will consist of one question drawn from Section B of the syllabus and will carry 30 marks.
- Section C: This will be for candidates in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Liberia. It will consist of one question drawn from Section C of the syllabus and will carry 30 marks.
Candidates will be expected to answer all the questions in Section A and one question in either Section B or C. The paper will carry a total score of 80 marks.
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