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The WAEC Physics syllabus is evolved from the Senior Secondary School teaching syllabus and is intended to indicate the scope of the course for Physics examination.
It is structured with the conceptual approach. The broad concepts of matter, position, motion and
time; energy; waves; fields; Atomic and Nuclear Physics, electronics are considered and each concept forms a part on which other sub-concepts are further based.
WAEC PHYSICS EXAM OBJECTIVES
The following activities appropriate to Physics will be tested:
(1) Acquisition of knowledge and understanding: Candidates should be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of
(a) Scientific phenomena, facts laws, definitions, concepts and theories;
(b) Scientific vocabulary, terminology and conventions (including symbols, quantities and units);
(c) The use of scientific apparatus, including techniques of operation and aspects of safety;
(d) Scientific quantities and their determinations;
(e) Scientific and technological applications with their social economic and environmental implications.
(2) Information Handling and Problem-solving Candidates should be able, using visual, oral, aural and written (including symbolic, diagrammatic, graphical and numerical) information to
(a) Locate select, organize and present information from a variety of sources including everyday experience;
(b) Analyse and evaluate information and other data;
(c) Use information to identify patterns, report trends and draw inferences;
(d) Present reasonable explanations for natural occurrences, patterns and relationships;
(e) Make predictions from data.
(3) Experimental and Problem-Solving Techniques Candidates should be able to
(a) Follow instructions;
(b) Carry out experimental procedures using apparatus;
(c) Make and record observations, measurements and estimates with due regard to precision, accuracy and units;
(d) Interpret, evaluate and report on observations and experimental data;
(e) Identify problems, plan and carry out investigations, including the selection of techniques, apparatus, measuring devices and materials;
(f) Evaluate methods and suggest possible improvements;
(g) State and explain the necessary precautions taken in experiments to obtain accurate results.
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 questions lasting 1¼ hours and carrying
PAPER 2: Will consist of two sections, Sections A and B lasting1½ hours and carrying
Section A – Will comprise seven short-structured questions. Candidates
will be required to answer any five questions for a total of 15 marks.
Section B – Will comprise five essay questions out of which candidates
will be required to answer any three for 45 marks.
PAPER 3: Will be a practical test for school candidates or an alternative to practical
work paper for private candidates. Each version of the paper will comprise
three questions out of which candidates will be required to answer any two
in 2¾ hours for 50 marks.
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