WAEC 2017 Animal Husbandry Specimens



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY SPECIMEN

SPECIMEN A. Horn of cattle
SPECIMEN B. Fresh meat (labeled)
SPECIMEN C. Honey (labeled)
SPECIMEN D. Sickle
SPECIMEN E. Feeding trough
SPECIMEN F. Watering trough
SPECIMEN G. Knife
SPECIMEN H. Debeaker
SPECIMEN I. Dehorning saw
SPECIMEN J. Groundnut cake
SPECIMEN K. Bone meal
SPECIMEN L. Elephant grass
SPECIMEN M. Calopogonium
SPECIMEN N. Fish meal
SPECIMEN O. Lantern
SPECIMEN P. Tick
SPECIMEN Q. Roundworm
SPECIMEN R. lice

Official 2017/2018 waec biology specimen


 *WAEC 2017/2018 SPECIMENS*
*Biology Specimens*
GROUP I
A- Winged termite
B- Maggot
C- Adult butterfly with open wings
D- Caterpillar
E- Grasshopper
F- Carrot with leaves attached
G- Irish potato
H- Adult mosquito
J- Adult cockroach
Group II
K- Euphorbia
L- Crab
M- Cat fish
N -Periwinkle in its shell
P- Shell of a land snail
GROUP III
Q- Housefly
R- Earthworm
S- Cross section of unripe mango fruit
T- Cross section of tomato fruit
NB: Specimen K,L,M,N,P are peculiar to candidates in Ghana only and should not be provided to for candidate in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia

WAEC 2017 SPECIMENS PRACTICALS QUESTIONS SOLUTIONS ANSWERS?


*WAEC 2017/2018 SPECIMENS*
*Biology Specimens*
GROUP I
A- Winged termite
B- Maggot
C- Adult butterfly with open wings
D- Caterpillar
E- Grasshopper
F- Carrot with leaves attached
G- Irish potato
H- Adult mosquito
J- Adult cockroach
Group II
K- Euphorbia
L- Crab
M- Cat fish
N -Periwinkle in its shell
P- Shell of a land snail
GROUP III
Q- Housefly
R- Earthworm
S- Cross section of unripe mango fruit
T- Cross section of tomato fruit
NB: Specimen K,L,M,N,P are peculiar to candidates in Ghana only and should not be provided to for candidate in Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia
*Agricultural Science Specimens*
A: sandy soil
B: loamy soil
C: clayey soil
D: granite
E: NPK 15 : 15 (labelled)
F: wood ash (unsieved)
G: limestone (labelled)
H: cow dung
I: wheelbarraw
J; file
K: palm oil
L: cotton lint
M: liverfluke
N: tick
O: feather
P: apid (live/preserved,diagram,photograph)
Q: cowpea seeds
R: coconut fruit
S: tridax
T: chicken
U: tilapia fish
Chemistry practical materials,Reagents,apparatuses.
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A. One burrete of 50cm³ capacity
B. One pipette, either 20cm³ or 25cm³. All candidate at one center must use pipettes of the same volume. These should be clean and free from grease
C. The usual apparatus for titration
D. The usual apparatus and reagents for qualitative work including the following with all reagents appropriately labelled
I) red and blue litmus paper
Ii) aqueous ammonia
Iii) dilute hydrochloric acid
Iv) dilute sodium hydroxide solution
V) barium chloride solution
Vi) dilute trioxinitrate (V) acid
Vii) silver trioxonitrate (V) solution
Viii) lime water
E. Glass rod
F. Filtration apparatus
G. Spatula
H. Two boiling tubes
I. Four test tubes
J. Methyl orange indicator
K. Wash bottle containing distilled/deionized water
L. Mathematical table/calculator..
*PHYSICS*
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Question1
Two Retort stand;
Two metre rule;
Pieces of thread;
Stop watch.
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Question2
Beaker(0➖500cm^3);
Water;
Measuring cylinder(250cm^3);
Thermometer(0➖200°C);
Stirrer;
Tripod stand with wire gauze;
Bunsen burner/ source of heart;
Stop watch/clock;
Table salt/common salt 50g
Note: The table salt should be available in 10g × 5 places for each candidate. Otherwise, am electronic balance should be provided
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Question3
Two dry cells of 1.5v each;
Plug key;
Potentiometer;
Ammeter(0➖5 A);
Voltmeter(0➖5 v) ;
Jockey;
Small bulb(Torch light);
Ten connecting wire.I

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