The candidates were expected to write the possible effects of consuming hard drugs by
the youths. In attempting this question, candidates were expected to mention different
types of hard drugs that intoxicates, e.g. cocaine, heroin, Indian hemp, leD etc. as well
theeffects of their consumption which may include: hypertension and comitting crime
such as robbery, suicide, causing accidents, breaking law and order, raping etc. Many
candidates attempted this question and their performance was fair.
The food I like best and how it's prepared
Abincin da na ft so da yadda ake yin sa.
This is a descriptive essay and the candidates were expected to write on the type of food
they like best and how it's prepared.
Many candidates attempted this question and their performance was encouraging.
Life in rural area is better than city.
Rayuwar Karkara taft ta Maraya sauki.
The question is an argumentative essay, it sought the opinion of the candidates as regards
staying in a rural area which is better than staying in a city. In attempting this question,
candidates were expected to identify reasons why staying in a rural area is better than in
the city. Some reasons may include: sufficient food, enough land for farming and
rearing oflivestock, helping one another, peace, less crime, etc. Few candidates
attempted this question and their performance was fair.
(d)Write a letter to your Local Government Chairman, seekingfor assistance on payment of registration fees for your colleagues in SS III.
Rubuta wasika zuwa ga shugaban karamar hukumarku, ka nema wa 'yan 'uwanka da ke
ajin karshe na sakandare tallaftn kudin jarrabawa
The candidates were expected to write a formal letter using the following format:
address of the writer
The content of the letter which may include the following points:
in-ability of some parents to pay (poverty)
catering for the needs of orphans
encouraging students and parents
improving the standard of Education in the Local Government
Many candidates attempted the question and their performance was fair.
(e) "You reap what you sow. "
Abin da ka shuka shi za ka girba.
The statement above is a proverb, it requires the candidates to give its meaning, narrate
story that ends with the proverb and further mention other proverbs of its equivalent, e.g
kowa ya d'ebo da zafi bakinsa.
kowa ya yi nagari don kansa.
Few candidates attempted the question and their performance was poor