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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF EDUCATION/ECONOMIC AND ECONOMICS STUDENTS CARRYOVER IN COURSES FROM 2007 TO 2010 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN

OF EDUCATION/ECONOMIC AND TS CARRYOVER IN COURSES M 2007 TO AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN

 

Education is the most valuable legacy a nation can leave to its citizens, particularly its youth. This is because the development of any nation or community is heavily reliant on the quality of that nation’s education. It is widely assumed that the foundation for any true development must begin with the development of human resources.

In any society, formal education remains the vehicle for social-economic development and social mobilization. In recent s, the standard of education has declined even at the university level, resulting in disparities in academic performance among ents in Nigerian universities.

Academic performance has been ded as a ent’s current scholastic standing. This scholastic standing could be explained in terms of grades obtained in a course or groups of courses after examinations have been completed.
This y compares the carryover patterns of Education/Economics and Economics ents at the University of Benin between 2007 and .

Students receive course carryover when they fail a specific course of y, which is when they receive a â€oeF†grade. The grade F is a carryover grade. Nigerian universities now have a standardized grading system thanks to the al University Commission. This is illustrated in the table below, Table 1. GP based on guidelines established by the al Commission (NUC).
A = 70% and higher = 5 points
B = 60% – 69.9% = 4 points
C = 50% – 60% = 3 points
D = 45 – 49 % = 2 points
E = 40; 44 percent = 1 point
F = 0 — 39 percent equals 0 points

 

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