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THE WAEC MATHEMATICS SYLLABUS AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The aims of the syllabus are to test candidates’:
Mathematical competency and computational skills;
understanding of mathematical concepts and their relationship to the acquisition of entrepreneurial skills for everyday living in the global world;
Ability to translate problems into mathematical language and solve them using appropriate methods;
ability to be accurate to a degree relevant to the problem at hand;
logical, abstract and precise thinking. This syllabus is not intended to be used as a teaching syllabus. Teachers are advised to use their own National teaching syllabuses or curricular for that purpose.
WAEC EXAMINATION FORMAT
There will be two papers, Papers 1 and 2, both of which must be taken.
PAPER 1: will consist of fifty multiple-choice objective questions, drawn from the common areas of the syllabus, to be answered in 1½ hours for 50 marks.
PAPER 2: will consist of thirteen essay questions in two sections – Sections A and B, to be answered in 2½ hours for 100 marks. Candidates will be required to answer ten questions in all.
Section A – Will consist of five compulsory questions, elementary in nature carrying a total of 40 marks. The questions will be drawn from the common areas of the syllabus.
Section B – will consist of eight questions of greater length and difficulty. The questions shall include a maximum of two which shall be drawn from parts of the syllabuses which may not be peculiar to candidates’ home countries