Literature In English WASSCE (WAEC) Past Questions

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Brief Information About The WASSCE

The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is a standardised test taken in West Africa, mostly by students who wish to proceed to the higher institution. It is administered by the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

It is only offered to candidates living in Anglophone West African countries namely: Ghana, Gambia, Nigeria, Liberia and Sierra Leone and is written 3 times a year ( January/ February, May/June and Nov/Dec).

The WASSCE tests candidates according to the topics on the WAEC syllabus.

The contents in each WASSCE Literature In English question paper (for a specific year) is usually similar from one country to another. Questions on the WASSCE Literature In English theory section may be specified to be answered by candidates from a particular country and this happens mostly in the theory section.

A WASSCE question paper on a particular subject may be entirely cancelled and changed in a region when the West African Examination Council (WAEC) heading that region suspects a leakage of examination papers before the start of the exam.

Benefits Of Regular WAEC Literature In English Past Questions Practise

Speed: Regular practise of WASSCE Literature In English past questions can go a long way in increasing your speed on the WAEC Literature In English exam day. It’s no secret that questions on the WASSCE for each subject are usually similar to questions in previous years since they’re from the same WAEC syllabus. WAEC also sometimes repeats questions  word-for-word.

Exposure: Regular practice exposes you to your weaknesses and gives you a chance to better yourself before the exam.

Decreases chances of anxiety: Regular and efficient practice improves your confidence before the exam.

These and many more are some beautiful benefits of practising WASSCE Literature In English past questions.

So it’s important you make it a habit to practise with WASSCE past question papers. There’s no doubt that this would help you achieve the grades you desire on the WASSCE on the long run.

Don’t just focus only on the WAEC past questions we provide on this page. We also have other WASSCE related resources that will be of great help to you.

Below this section are the Literature In English WASSCE past questions we have for now. Use them in accordance to the rules stated on this page and our Terms of Service.

Literature In English WASSCE Past Questions Papers Section (Download As Pdf Files Or View Directly From Your Browser)

SubjectYearSource

May/June  WASSCE / WAEC Literature In English past question Paper 1 (objectives)
2017NG

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  • WASSCE Resources (this page contains essential information on the WASSCE with links to every important WASSCE prep resource on LarnEdu including the links below)
  • WASSCE Syllabus (this page contains WASSCE syllabus on virtually all subjects)
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  • How To Pass The WASSCE (this is a definitive guide with the most effective strategies on how to pass the WASSCE)
  • Steps To Take If You Had A Poor WAEC Result (this is an article on what to do if your WASSCE result is poor including alternative options to get admitted to universities and more)

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