THE MENACE OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND REMEDIATIVE MEASURES TOWARDS ATTITUDINAL RE-ORIENTATION: THE COUNSELLOR’S PERSPECTIVES

R A Animasahun

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 The problem of examination malpractice in Nigeria has turned a monster which is gradually destroying all other sectors and giving the country a vital place among corrupt nations in the world. This study critically examined the reasons for the menace, the vital perpetrators of the dastard act, the effects of the crime on the students, parents, schools, education sector, the society, and the nation at large. Hence, certain remediative measures were recommended from the Counsellor’s perspectives to eradicate the problem of examination malpractices in Nigeria.

 

 


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Examination malpractice, Factors resident in students, parents, school, government, society …, Remediative measures.

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