Tomorrow WAEC Chemistry Questions And Answers 2023/2024

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Tomorrow WAEC Chemistry Questions And Answers 2023/2024.

Tomorrow WAEC Chemistry Question And Answers, Today WAEC Chemistry questions and answers, WAEC Chemistry questions and everything you need to know about 2023 WAEC Chemistry Examination will be provided in this article. You will find Chemistry Paper 1 (Objective) and Chemistry 2 (Essay) here.

Below are the WAEC Chemistry questions. Read them and get ready to score high in your WAEC Chemistry exam.

The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) is an examination body in Nigeria that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education in May/June and November/December respectively.


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Chemistry OBJ






(i) An acid is any compound which, in a chemical reaction is able to attach itself to an unshared pair of electrons in another molecule-a base, to form a new compound.


Salting out is the process of adding concentrated sodium chloride solution to soap, to decrease the solubility of the soap. It consequently separates out as a hard cake on the surface or cooling.

Reagent: {Ammonical solution of Silver trioxonitrate(v) [AgNo₃]}
Condition: {At room temperature}

The percentage abundance of an isotope is the percentage of all naturally occurring atoms with a specific atomic mass of an element.

(i)The element with atomic number 18 has electronic configuration 2,8,8. It has a completely filled valence shell. It is therefore inert. Hence it cannot have an oxide.

(ii)Being a covalent compound, the intermolecular forces between the Cl₂O molecules are weak and easily overcome.

Add barium chloride solution to H₂SO₄ and HNO₃ separately. A white precipitate is formed in H₂SO₄ and no such precipitation is formed in HNO₃.

(i)The main difference is that electrochemical cell does not need any external current for operation whereas electrolytic cells need external current to operate.

(ii)Also, Oxidation occurs at the positive electrode and reduction at the cathode, in the electrolytic cell. While the reverse is the case in electrochemical cells.

As we go down group 1 from top to bottom, it gets easier to remove the valence electron and form the positively charged cation. Hence group 1 elements increase in chemical reactivity as we go down the group

Molecular formula is a chemical formula that gives the total number of atoms of each element in each molecule of a substance.

(i)Ammonia, NH₃ will deviate more than hydrogen gas H₂

-Ammonia have stronger intermolecular forces than H₂
-Ammonia has more volume than H₂ at the same concentration


The questions below are the WAEC Chemistry Questions. Go through them and be ready to score high in your WAEC 2023 Chemistry Examination.

  1. What condition favours the formation of the product for the endothermic reaction, N2O4(g) —><—– 2NO2(g)

A. Decrease in pressure

B. A decrease in volume

C. An increase in pressure

D. A constant volume

ANSWER: A ( Decrease in pressure)

  1. How many alkoxy alkanes can be obtained from the molecular formula C4 H4O4

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4


  1. Element Y has two isotopes Y and Y present in the ratio 1:3. The relative atomic mass of Y would be

A. 20.5

B. 21

C. 21.5

D. 22

ANSWER: C (21.5)

  1. 100.0g of KClO3 was added to 40.0 cm^3 of water to give a saturated solution at 298K. If the solubility of the salt is 20.0 moldm^-3 at 298K, what percentage of the salt is left undissolved? {K= 39, Cl = 35.5, O = 16}

A. 80%

B. 60%

C. 5%

D. 2%

  1. Elements X and Y have electronic configuration 1S22S22P4 and 1S22S22P63S23P1 respectively. When they combine the formula of the compound formed is


B. Y2X3

C. Y2 X3

D. Y X2



6. A solution of 0.20 mole of NaBr and 0.20 mole of MgBr2 in 2.0 dm3 of water is to be analysed. How many moles of Pb(NO)2 must be added to precipitate all the bromide as insoluble PbBr2

A. 0.30 mol

B. 0.10 mol

C. 0.20 mol

D. 0.40 mol

ANSWER: A (0.30 mol)

7. Na2CO3 + HCl —-> NaHCO3 + NaCl. The indicator most suitable for this reaction should have pH equal to.

A. 3

B. 5

C. 7

D. 9


8. A satuarted solution of silver trioxocarbonate (IV), was found to have concentration of 1.30 x 10-5 moldm-3 . The solubility product of the trioxocarbonate (IV) is

A. 8.79 x 10-15

B. 1.69 x 10-10

C. 1.82 x 10-11

D. 9.84 x 10-10

ANSWER: A (8.79 x 10-15)

9. When platinum electodes are used during the electrolysis of copper (II) tetraoxosulphate (IV) solution, the solution gets progressive

A. Acidic

B. Basic

C. Neutral

D. Atmospheric

ANSWER: A (Acidic)

10. Tetraoxosulphate (VI) ions are final test using

A. acidified silver nitrate

B. acidic barium chloride

C. lime water

D. dilute hydrochloric acid

ANSWER: D (dilute hydrochloric acid)


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WAEC 2020 Chemistry Theory Questions



1. Identify the solid remaining when each of the following is heated.
(a) lithium trioxonitrate (V)
(b) potassium trioxonitrate (V)
(c) calcium trioxonitrate (V)

2. (a) When calcium oxide and coke are heated in an electric furnace, the products are carbon (ii) oxide and calcium carbide (CaC2), write the equation for this reaction.

b) The addition of water to calcium carbide leads to the formation of calcium hydroxide and ethyne. Write the equation for the production of ethyne.

3. Calculate the percentage by mass of silicon tetrachloride. [2 marks]
4. Ammonia, NH3, and phosphine, Ph3, are the hydrides of the first two elements in group 5.
(a) Draw a dot and cross diagram for the ammonia molecule. [2 marks]
(b) Sketch and explain the shape of the ammonia molecule. [3 marks]

5. The first ionization energy of chlorine is +1260KJmol-1.
(a) Define the term first ionization energy.
(b) State and explain the general trend in the values of the first ionization energy for the elements across the period, sodium to argon in the periodic table.

6. Compound A consisting of carbon and hydrogen only. The compound was found to contain 80% carbon by mass.
(a) Calculate the empirical formula of compound A using the data above.
(b) The relative molecular mass of compound A was found to be 30.
Use this information to deduce the molecular formula of compound A.
[H = 1.00 C = 12.00]

7. State two factors other than a change in temperature or the use of a catalyst that influence the rate of a chemical reaction.


1. (a) Two elements represented by the letters Q and R have atomic numbers 9 and 12 respectively.
(i) Write the election configuration of R.
(ii) To what group does Q belong in the periodic table.
(iii) Write the formula of the compound formed when Q combines with R.
(iv) Explain briefly, why Q is a good oxidizing agent.
(v) State whether R would be expected to form acidic or basic oxide.
(b) (i) State two assumptions of the kinetic theory of gases.
(ii) When some solids are heated, they change directly into the gaseous state. What name is given to this phenomenon?
(iii) List two substances which exhibit the phenomenon mentioned in (ii).
(iv) Write an expression to show the mathematical relationship between the rate of diffusion of a gas and its vapour.

2. An aqueous solution has a pH of 4.0.
(a) (i) What is the hydrogen ion concentration of the solution?
(ii) What effect will it have on litmus paper?
(iii) Which of the following salt solutions would have the same effect on litmus? Give a reason for your answer. NH4Cl(aq); NaCl(aq) ; CH3OON(aq).
(b) (i) Differentiate between a fine chemical and a heavy chemical.
(ii) Name two sources of air pollution.
(iii) Suggest one way of reducing air pollution in cities

3. (a) (i) Explain briefly the fermentation process.
(ii) Write a balanced equation for the fermentation of glucose.
(iii) What substance must be added to glucose solution to ferment it?
(iv) Explain briefly why tightly corked glass filled to the brim with palm wine shatters on standing.
(b) State one industrial application of each of the following methods of separation:
(i) Crystallization;
(ii) Fractional distillation.
(c) Explain the following terms:
(i) Saponification;
(ii) Esterification.
(d) Write a balanced equation to illustrate each of the terms in (c).
(e) i) What is hydrocarbon compound?
(ii) Name two principal sources of hydrocarbons.

WAEC Chemistry Essay and Objective 2023 (EXPO)

The above questions are not exactly 2023 WAEC Chemistry questions and answers but likely WAEC Chemistry repeated questions and answers.

These questions are for practice. The 2023 WAEC Chemistry expo will be posted on this page during the WAEC Chemistry examination. Keep checking and refreshing this page for the answers.

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Tips to Pass WAEC Chemistry Questions

1. Study Hard

It is known to everyone that hard work brings success. Ensure to read the chemistry textbooks recommended by The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC).

This will help you to take a look at most of the questions you will see on the day of WAEC Chemistry examination.

Let me clearly state that questions are not imported from heaven but from those textbooks recommended by WAEC.

2. Read WAEC Chemistry Past Questions

WAEC usually picks questions from the previous years to form fresh questions. Studying WAEC Chemistry past questions would give you an idea of how WAEC Chemistry questions are set.

3. Start Preparing for WAEC 2023 :

Stop wasting your time. Now that you have gotten textbooks and past questions, the next thing is to begin your reading. Early reading and practice is good for you; you will pass well on WAEC 2023 Chemistry

4. Solve and try to understand every example and exercise you see in textbooks

It is very unfortunate that Secondary school students are fond of skipping exercises and even examples while studying textbooks.

They loved notebooks so much that they could ask, “can I read my Chemistry notebook and pass WAEC 2023?”. Don’t be scared of attempting exercises; they are there to help you. Face it and overcome it!

5. Practise Regularly

Don’t get discouraged when certain topics are annoying, keep on practicing until you master everything. Never give up and never say never. Keep pushing….

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