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Form 3

Form 3 NECTA Syllabus

-Basic Math Syllabus

1. RELATIONS

  • Relations
  • Graph of a relation
  • Domain and Range of a Relation
  • Inverse of a relation
  1. FUNCTIONS
  • Representation of functions
  • Domain and Range
  • Graphing functions
  • Inverse of a function
  1. RATE AND VARIATION
  • Rate
  • Variations

4. STATISTICS

  • Mean
  • Median
  • Mode
  1. KINEMATICS
  • Time, distance, velocity and acceleration
  • Distance time, velocity time and acceleration time graphs
  1. SEQUENCE AND SERIES
  • Arithmetic and Geometric Progression
  • Arithmetic Mean and Geometric Mean
  • Compound interest
  1. CIRCLES
  • The length of an arc and central angle
  • Angle and tangent Properties
  • Chord Properties of a circle
  1. THE EARTH AS A SPHERE
  • Location of places
  • Distances along great circles and small circles

 

 

-Book Keeping Syllabus

  1. GENERAL JOURNAL
  2. CORRECTION OF ERRORS
  3. ADJUSTMENT
  4. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
  5. MANUFACTURING ACCOUNT
  6. CONTROL ACCOUNT
  7. INCOMPLETE RECORDS
  8. ACCOUNTS OF NON PROFIT MAKING ORGANISATIONS
  9. GOVERNMENT BUDGETING PROCEDURE

 

-Civics Syllabus

  1. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Development Planning
  • Promotion of National Economy
  • Social Services
  1. PUBLIC LEGAL EDUCATION
  • Law and Crime
  • Reproductive laws and rights
  • Civil and Criminal Justice Process
  • Juvenile Justice Process

 

-English Syllabus

A: STRUCTURE

  • WORD BUILDING
  • CONCESSION
  • PREPOSITIONS
  • AUXILIARY VERBS
  • THE CONTINUOUS TENSES
  • FUTURE TENSES
  • CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

B: LISTENING

  • ORAL COMPREHENSION

C: SPEAKING

  • INTERVIEW
  • APOLOGY
  • ARGUMENTS
  • TELEPHONE

D: READING

  • READING FOR COMPREHENSION
  • READING PROGRAMME
  • EXTENSIVE READING

E: WRITING

  • LETTERS AND CARDS
  • DESCRIPTIONS
  • ADVERTISEMENTS MENUS AND RECIPES

 

 

-Computer Studies Syllabus

  1. INTRODUCTION
  • Computer Science
  • Data Processing
  1. INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
  • Problem Analysis
  • Flowchart
  1. NUMBER SYSTEMS
  • Binary Numbers
  • Octal Numbers
  1. CODING AND DECODING
  2. INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING USING BASIC LANGUAGE
  3. LINEAR PROGRAMMING
  • Constants
  • Variables
  • Print statement
  • Let statement
  • Input statement
  1. BRANCHING
  • Conditional Jump
  • Unconditional Jump

 

-Geography Syllabus

  1. STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH
  • The earth’s crust, Mantle, core.
  • Types of rocks of the crust.
  • Geological Time Scale.

2. FORCES THAT AFFECT THE EARTH FROM WITHIN (INTERNAL FORCES).

  • Causes of earth movements.
  • Upwards and downward movements.
  • Lateral or Horizontal forces.

3. FORCES THAT AFFECT THE EARTH EXTERNALLY

  • Mass movement
  • Weathering
  • Erosion and deposition

4. SOILS

  • Meaning of soils
  • Factors of soil formation
  • Importance of soil
  • Soil composition properties
  • Soil Characteristics
  • Simple soil classification
  • Soil Erosion.

5. CLIMATE

  • Major Climatic types and Natural regions of the world
  • Global Climatic change

6. MAP READING AND TOPOGRAPHIC MAP INTEPRETATION

7. PHOTOGRAPH READING AND INTEPRETATION

8. APPLICATION OF STATISTICS

  • Concept of statistics
  • Types of data in Statistics
  • Importance of Statistics
  • Ways of presenting data
  • Simple statistical measures

 

-Biology Syllabus

COORDINATION

1. Nervous coordination in human

  • Neuron
  • Central Nervous System (CNS)
  • Peripheral Nervous System (PNS)
  • Reflex Actions
  • Sense Organs
  • Drugs and Drugs Abuse

2. Hormonal Coordination in mammals

3. Coordination in plant

EXCRETION

1. Excretion in human

  • The urinary system
  • Accessory excretory organs

2. Excretion in plants

REGULATION

  • General Concepts
  • Temperature Regulation in Mammals
  • Osmoregulation in Mammals
  • Blood sugar Regulation in Mammals

REPRODUCTION

  • General Concept
  • Meiosis and Reproduction
  • Human Reproduction

 

-Chemistry Syllabus

  1. THE MOLE AND RELATED CALCULATIONS.
  • The Mole as a unit of Measurement
  • Application of the Mole Concept
  1. VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS
  • Standard Volumetric Apparatus
  • Standard Solutions
  • Volumetric calculations
  • Titration
  • Application of Volumetric Analysis
  1. IONIC THEORY AND ELECTROLYSIS
  • Ionic Theory
  • The Mechanism of Electrolysis
  • Laws & applications of Electrolysis
  1. CHEMICAL KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUM
  • Slow reactions
  • Rapid Reactions
  • Factors Affecting the Rate of a Chemical Reaction
  • Reversible and equilibrium Reactions
  1. ENERGY AND FUELS
  • Fuels
  • Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
  • Energy conservation

 

-Commerce Syllabus

  1. TRANSPORTATION
  2. COMMUNICATION
  3. MONEY
  4. MARKETING
  5. BANKING
  6. INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  7. IMPORT TRADE
  8. EXPORT TRADE

 

-History Syllabus

  1. SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS BEFORE COLONIAL RULE
  • Modes of Production by 1850
  • Levels of Economic Development by 1850
  • Social and Political Organization
  1. ESTABLISHMENT OF COLONIAL RULE
  • The rise of imperialism
  • Establishment of Colonial Political Control and African reaction
  • Establishment of political administrative systems
  1. COLONIAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL SERVICES
  • Processes of establishing colonial economies
  • Sectors of colonial economy
  • Creation of colonial labor
  • Development of Transport and Communication infra-structure
  • Changes in the Development of Colonial Economy
  • Effects of the Great Depression
  1. NATIONALISM AND DECOLONISATION
  • Early anti-colonial movements and associations
  • The rise of Nationalism
  1. INDEPENDENCE AND DEVELOPMENT
  • Conditions under which independence was granted
  • Changes in political ideological and administrative systems
  • Economic Development Policies and strategies
  • Creation and development of military forces
  • Neo-colonialism and problem of development
  • Economic cooperation in East Africa

 

 

-Physics Syllabus

1. SCALARS AND VECTORS

2. FRICTION

3. ENERGY AND POWER

3. ELEMENTARY ASTRONOMY

  • Introduction to astronomy
  • Solar System
  • Constellations
  • The Earth and the Moon

4. REFLECTION OF LIGHT FROM CURVED MIRRORS

5. REFRACTION OF LIGHT THROUGH PLANE MEDIA

6. STATIC ELECTRICITY

7. CURRENT ELECTRICITY