The National Science And Maths Quiz (NSMQ) ha brought a lot of attention to the two subjects namely, (Integrated) Science and Mathematics. Many students mostly complain of difficulty in learning the mathematics and mostly don't come out with high passes or grades. This year, the tables turned in both a positive and negative manner.
Suprisingly, the Mathematics subject recorded the highest pass percentage being 65.71% and the Integrated Science paper recording the lowest, with 52.53%. The pass percentage leaves Mathematics at 34.29% failing, while the Integrated Science pass percentage also leaves the failed rate at 47.47%.
With almost half of candidates failing the Integrated Science paper, the surprise is not at the maximum because some students were seen crying, blaming the leaders and destroying school properties. This has reflected on the results of the candidates with this percentage of failure.
Social Studies also came as a shocker, when 20.81% got F9 alone.
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