NECO Physics Practical Specimen 2022/2023 - Download

2022 NECO Physics Practical Syllabus – Download Specimen

Download the full and correct NECO 2022/2023 physics practical specimen for Senior secondary students 3 (SS3). This is an updated list of specimen as released by the National Examination Council (NECO).

In this article, I will show you the full and newly approved specimen for science students. Follow the link below to download this year’s specimen.

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PRACTICAL INSTRUCTIONS

Great care should be taken to ensure that the given below does not reach candidates either directly or
indirectly before the examination.

In addition to the usual apparatus in a Physics laboratory, each candidates will require in general;
Mathematical Tables, Graph Paper and Geometrical Instruments. For question 1,2,3 the apparatus
listed below are required.

NECO SSCE Physics Practical Syllabus – Specimen

SPECIMEN 1

  • G – Clamp.
  • 2 Meter Rules.
  • Optical Pin.
  • Mass Hanger of 50g each.
  • Beaker.
  • Water.
  • Plasticine.
  • Retort Stand.

SPECIMEN 2

  • Plane Mirror.
  • Four Optical Pins.
  • Four thumb pins.
  • Plain Sheets.
  • Drawing Board.
  • Mirror Holder.

SPECIMEN 3

  • Resistant Box.
  • Zero-centre Galvanometer.
  • 2V Accumulator or 2 x 1.5V Dry Leclanche Cell.
  • Plug Key.
  • Metre Bridge.
  • Jokey.
  • 2Ω Standard Resistor Covered and Labelled x.
  • 1Ω Resistor

NOTE: The specimen comes out few months before the main examination. This is to enable students to study and note the possible questions which may come out from those areas. During your studies, you are expected note the possible use of those specimens in different groups.

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