WAEC GCE Literature 2017 Answer Released – See Waec Literature-In-Eng Questions for Objective, Prose, Drama & Poetry Here.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) General Certificate Examination (GCE) for Nov/Dec 2017 Literature-In-Eng paper will hold on Monday 18th September.
For your information, there are three papers in Lit in Eng WAEC – Papers 1, 2 and 3, all of which must be taken same day.
Paper 1 & 2 (Objective and Prose) is combined in a paper taken at one sitting from 9:30am to 1:45am while Paper 3 (Drama and Poetry) will start from 2:00pm to 4:30pm.
In this post is samples of literature in english questions for candidates that will participate in the 2017 examination.
Note that below is the questions from Waec literature past questions and answers that we feel are likely questions for GCE preparation.
Waec Literature Reading Text for 2017 gCE:
AmmaDarko – Faceless
BayoAdebowale – Lonely Days
Richard Wright – Native Son
Patience Swift – The Last Goodman
*William Shakespeare – OTHELLO
Oliver Goldsmith – She Stoops to conquer
Lorraine Hansberry – A Raisin in the Sun
Frank Ogodo Ogbeche – Harvest of Corruption
Dele Charley – The Blood of a Stranger
Birago Drop – Vanity
Gbemisola Adeoti – Ambush
Gabriel Okara – Piano and Drums
Gbanabam Hallowell – The Dinning Table
Lenrie Peter – The Panic of Growing Older
Kofi Awoonor – The Anvil and the Hammer
Alfred Tennyson – Crossing the Bar
George Herbert – The pulley
William Blake – The School Boy
William Morris – The Proud King
Robert Frost Birches – Birches
William Shakespeare – Shall I compare thee to a Summer’s Day?
(i) The Unseen Prose passage for Paper 1 shall be about 120 – 150 words long.
(ii) Only context questions shall be set on the Shakespearean text. The context questions will test such items as theme, characterization, style and setting in the Shakespearean text.
(iii) No essay question shall be set on the Shakespearean text.
Bringing GSM into the Examination Hall is PROHIBITED. THE ALBINOS AND BLIND CANDIDATES ARE TO BE GIVEN 15 MINUTES EXTRA TIME ACROSS ALL SUBJECTS.
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