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THE EFFECT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE ON TEACHERS ATTITUDE TO LEARNING

THE EFFECT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE ON  TEACHERS ATTITUDE TO LEARNING

 

ABSTRACT

          The educational system has for long had serious hit from examination malpractice and this has brought into focus the need to tackle this issues in order of findings ways to eradicate such problems in the light of the above the study looked at examination malpractices in college of Education Ikere with the view to achieve the following objectives.

  1. To find out the causes of examination malpractice in the college.
  2. To find out the various means by which students use to cheat during examination
  3. To investigate the effect of examination malpractice to both the students and educational system in general
  4. To profound possible solutions, which could be use to eradicate the problem of examination malpractice.

To achieve these objectives the problem of examination malpractice. To achieve these objectives the survey method was used for data collection, we used questionnaire to elicit information from chose school students, the result of the data analysis showed that the main causes of examination malpractice is the strong desire to acquire a certificate well labeled and most parents encourage them on it and the method commonly used is spying and copying of answers to examination questions from fellow students and examination malpractices has brought disastrous effect on students and the educational system in Nigeria and finally, some measure to adopt in eradicating this problems is:

  1. Punishing students or whoever is involved in the act.
  2. Spacing of students in the hall
  3. Higher payment and regular payment of salaries to supervisors and lecturers

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

Background of the study

Statement of the problem

Purpose of the study

Significance of the study

Scope of the study

Limitation of the study

Research questions

Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO        

Literature review

CHAPTER THREE    

Research instrument

Population

Sample

CHAPTER FOUR

Data analysis

CHAPTER FIVE         

Summary

Recommendation

Conclusion

REFERENCE

QUESTIONNAIRE     

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Malpractices according to the advance oxford learners dictionary is wrong doing, neglect to duty. According to Nwana (1999) examination malpractices could be defined as behaviour contrary to a set of expected code of conduct or contrary to a set of ethic and norms exhibited in the course of examination by persons or group of persons.

The definition makes it clear that examination malpractice is not only illegal but its effect degrading and devastating. Mavan (1991) stated that in recent years the rampant occurrence of examination malpractices in several institution of learning in Nigeria have become a matter of concern to all. This statement denote that the rate at which candidates indulge in examination malpractice, examination leakage, impersonation, copying and certificate forging is alarming and it put the examination and the country as a sole in an embarrassing position, because it under estimate the quality of our educational system. The origin of examination malpractice can be traced back to (1914) when senior Cambridge local examination leaked. This was thirty-eight years before West Africa Examination Council was established in the primary school cheating and alternation of marks are quite for common malpractice is even more evident in the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC), JAMB and other examination conducted by the federal ministry of education. Mark (1991) reported that the above fact was responsible for the 1987 decision by the federal ministry of education professor Jubril Aminu Mayah (1991) states that the registrar indicated the examination malpractices constitution is one of the biggest problems facing the boards.

He expressed disappointment at the way candidates despite efforts that have been made by school admission examination bodies and the government in terms of disciplinary measure in order to curb examination malpractice.

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