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Tuesday, 30 April 2019

WAEC Agricultural Science Practical Specimens For 2019 WASSCE

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has distributed the list of specimens and equipment to be used by School Candidates who have to write Agricultural Science practical in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

The list below consists of specimens and equipment for Agricultural Science Practical. Schools approved for the exams are expected to use these to prepare ahead of this exam.

Please, take not that this is no way a form of examination malpractice as it was officially made available by WAEC. We have provided the specimens for preparation purpose only.

The WASSCE 2019 Specimens for Agricultural Science Practical are listed below:


WAEC Agricultural Science Practical Specimens 2019

Specimen A: Rake
Specimen B: Shears
Specimen C: Shovel
Specimen D: Cutlass
Specimen E: Wheelbarrow

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For specimens F, G and H, you are requested to get some quantity of Clay soil, Loamy soil and Sandy soil. Supply to each candidate, samples of specimens F, G and H each in a beaker.

Specimen I: Earthworm
Specimen J: Onion
Specimen K: Tomata
Specimen L: Carrot
Specimen M: Amaranthus
Specimen N: Okro
Specimen O: Spinach
Specimen P: Dried animal blood (labelled)
Specimen Q: Bone meal (labelled)
Specimen R: Rice bran
Specimen S: Catfish


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