These key facts will help you in Chemistry and English WAEC exams

As WAEC is around the corner, it’s worthy to take note of some certain things that you need to know. Firstly, this is an external examination and I must tell you, the examiner marking your answer booklet doesn’t know you. You must always avoid error, I know we are all humans and we are bound to make certain mistakes, but let your errors be a minimum as possible. The first thing I’ll be sharing with you is quite a simple one, the issue of common misspellings in English. After going through it, the next one is all about Chemistry terms that can help you. Now, let’s get down to business.

Common Misspelling in English

Pronounciation – Pronunciation

Lightening – Lightning

Jewelery – Jewelry

Heirarchy – Hierarchy

Drunkeness – Drunkenness 

Accomodate – Accommodate

Questioneer – Questionnaire

Occurence – Occurrence

Febuary – February

Bussiness – Business

Assasination – Assassination

Bizzare – Bizarre

Cementary – Cemetery

Occassion – Occasion 

Wierd – Weird 

Truely – Truly 

Seperate – Separate

Liason – Liaison

Humourous – Humorous

Glamourous – Glamorous

Familar – Familiar 

Commitee – Committee

Arguement – Argument 

Caribean – Caribbean

Mentenance – Maintenance

Interupt – Interrupt

Millenium – Millennium

Pharoah – Pharaoh

Unforseen – Unforeseen

Refered – Referred

Prefered – Preferred

Neccessary – Necessary

Forseeable – Foreseeable

Futher – Further

Highland – Island

Que – Cue

Cheek – Check

Tatoo – Tattoo

Tabboo – Taboo

Resistence – Resistance

Treshhold – Threshold

Lesure – Leisure

Millioneer – Millionaire

Reccommend – Recommend

Amatuer – Amateur

Reciept – Receipt

Tiranny – Tyranny

Twelth – Twelfth

Rythm – Rhythm

Plagerize – Plagiarize

In this next article, I’ll sharing with you guys some key facts that you need to excel in your chemistry examinations.

Basic knowledge in CHEMISTRY.

☆Ordinary salt ➠ NaCl

✶ baking soda ➠ NaHCO₃

✶ Wash the soda ➠ Na₂CO₃ · 10H₂O

✶ Caustic soda ➠ NaOH

✶ Suhga ➠ Na₂B₄O₇ · 10H₂O

✶ alum➠ K₂SO₄ · Al₂ (SO₄) ₃ · 24H₂O

✶ red medicine ➠ KMnO₄

✶ Caustic potash ➠ KOH

✶ Shura ➠ KNO₃

✶ Bleach bleaching ➠ Ca (OCl) · Cl

✶ Lime water ➠ Ca (OH) ₂

✶ Gypsum ➠ CaSO₄ · 2H₂O

✶ Plaster of Paris➠ CaSO₄ · ½H₂O

✶ Choke ➠ CaCO₃

✶ limestone ➠ CaCO₃

✶ marble ➠ CaCO₃

✶ Salon ➠ NH₄Cl

✶ Laughing gas ➠ N₂O

✶ Litharge ➠ PbO

✶ Galena ➠ PbS

✶ red vermilion ➠ Pb₃O₄

✶ white lead ➠2PbCO₃ · Pb (OH) ₂

✶ salt acid ➠ HCl

✶ Shure Acid ➠ HNO₃

✶ Acarus ➠ HNO₃ + HCl (1: 3)

✶ dry ice ➠ CO₂

✶ green clasp ➠ FeSO₄ · 7H₂O

✶ Horn Silver ➠ AgCl

✶ heavy water ➠ D₂O

✶ Producer gas ➠ CO + N₂

✶ vinegar ➠ CH₃COOH

✶ gamaxine ➠ C₆H₆Cl₆

✶ Blue Kassis ➠ CuSO₄ · 5H₂O

✶ alcohol ➠ C₂H₅OH

✶ Manda ➠ C₆H₁₀O₅

✶ Grapes juice ➠ C₆H₁₂O₆

✶ Chinese ➠ C₁₂H₂₂O₁₁

✶ Urea ➠ NH₂CONH₂

✶ benzene ➠ C₆H₆

✶ turpentine oil ➠ C₁₀H₁₆.

Now you know, you probably need to write them down somewhere so as to help you guys in the forthcoming examinations

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