ETHICS AND MANAGEMENT OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN NIGERIAN TERTIARY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
AbstractStudent non-challant attitude towards reading at all levels of academics, which leads to various
forms of examination malpractice, has caused a very serious ill-image on academic industries in
Nigeria, despite the efforts of educational administrators in academic industries. This study set
out to examine the causes of this attitude and efforts to address it. Content analysis approach
was adopted. Recommendations for effective management of examination malpractice in our
academic industries were proferred.
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