Victoria Olufunke Babatunde, Beatrice Yetunde Olanrewaju




This paper examines the effect the Covid -19 pandemic had on the students’ performance especially in the aspect of virtual education, factors affecting students’ performance were examined. This paper is of the view that virtual education has helped students to improve in their study and assisted those preparing for major exams to be able to cover their syllabus as a result of learning through the e- learning medium. This paper recommend that the government should ensure adequate provision of devices, laptops and internet facilities in order to ensure that students’ performance improve.


Keywords: Virtual education, electronic learning, performance, students.

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