(i)Inadequate preparation for the examination:
The usual poor preparation for the examination continued to
characterize candidates' performance in the subject. The only way
to solve this problem is for candidates to read wider and gain
enough knowledge to be able to answer the questions.
Many candidates could not explain the points they advanced
probably because of inadequate knowledge of the subject matter
The solution to this is for the candidates to be more determined in
(iii) Inadequate interpretation of the questions:
A number of candidates could not interpret the questions they
attempted correctly thereby giving irrelevant answers. This could
be solved if candidates would make out time to read and
understand the requirements of questions before attempting them.