EXAMINATION LAW IN NIGERIA AGAINST MALPRACTICE
Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999: The attention of the candidate is hereby drawn to the provisions of Examination Malpractice Act No. 33 of 1999 which provide stiff penalties for examination malpractice.
Candidates are therefore warned to desist from actions that would breach the provisions of the Act.
Candidates are not allowed to bring textbooks, scripts or plain sheets of paper into the hall, except materials which they have been specifically told to bring for the examination.
Candidates must not communicate with each other during the examinations. Candidates wishing to ask questions should attract the attention of the supervisor/invigilator by raising their hands.
The Board does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, bags, or other property which candidates bring to the examination centre.
A candidate who disobeys any of these instructions may be asked to discontinue his or her work, by the supervisor who is under instruction to report such disobedience to the Board.
Where examination officials or school authorities are involved in Examination malpractice or irregularities, candidates may report directly to the Board with proof.
This is for your good, yes I can provide answers for you but am completely anonymous, you will carry the cross if they catch you. be warned.