Majority of the candidates were unable to.
state the methods of propagating specimens J (yam tuber), K (plantain), and L
describe briefly the methods of planting specimens J (yam tuber), K(plantain) and L
make a drawing 8 - 10cm long of a longitudinal section of specimen Q(udder) as
observed with the aid of specimen S(handlens);
state the economic uses of specimens O(feathers) and P(hoof).
Deriving from these weaknesses, the chief examiners recommended that:
(1) the skills of drawing should be imparted in the students during the teaching of
(2) the teaching and learning of agriculture should be made more practical oriented with
adequate exposure of candidates to experimental and laboratory activities;
(3) candidates should be made to practicalize the various aspects of crop and animal
husbandry for an in-depth understanding of the subject matter.