2020 WAEC Agric Practical Specimen is Out – See WAEC Agricultural Science Practical Answers.
View Waec agric 2020 practical specimen and questions here. The West African Examination Council SSCE Agricultural Science alternative to practical paper will be written on Saturday, 29th August, 2020.
The Waec agriculture practical exam will start from 9:30 am to 11:00 am for 1st set and 11:30 am to 1:00 pm for 2nd set.
WAEC Agric Practical Specimen 2020:
Specimen A – Rake
Specimen B – Shears
Specimen C – Shovel
Specimen D – Cutlass
Specimen E – Wheelbarrow
Specimen F – Clay soil
Specimen G – Loamy soil
Specimen H – Sandy soil
Specimen I – Earthworm
Specimen J – Onion
Specimen K – Tomato
Specimen L – Carrot
Specimen M – Amaranthus
Specimen N – Okro
Specimen O – Spinach
Specimen P – Dried animal blood (labelled)
Specimen Q – Bone meal (labelled)
Specimen R – Rice bran
Specimen S – Catfish.
Question 1. (a) Identify specimens F, G and H.
(b) In a tabular form, compare three physical characteristics of specimens F and G.
(c) (i) Which of specimens F and G would you recommend for pond construction?
(ii) Give one reason for your answer in 1(c)(i).
(d) List two ways of improving specimen H for crop production.
(e) State two ways by which specimen I is of economic importance in agriculture.
ANS: (a) F (Clay soil), G (Loamy soil) and H (Sandy soil)
(c) Clay soil
Question 2. (a) For each of specimens A, B and D name two farm tools that can perform functions similar to those of the specimens.
(b) Describe how each of specimens B and D is used.
(c) Describe each of specimens A and C.
(d) Enumerate four advantages of using farm tools for farm work.
Question 3. (a) Identify specimens E
(b) State two uses of specimens E
(c) Give two maintenance practices for specimens E
(d) Name two other farm tools that can perform the function of specimen E.
The details of the 2020 WAEC Agric practical drawings and dissection will be made available to you candidates as soon as it is released.
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