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common in the typical secondary school. This is particularly so in the urban centers (where counsellors may be found). This results into a situation in which there is hardly any spare room that can be released for counselling as ‘counsellor’s office’. Guidance may be given anywhere but counselling needs privacy if it is to be effective. One may see a counsellor interacting with a client in one corner of the staff room, under a tree or a place seemingly away from people but such areas are never distraction- free. The best that occurs in schools without a counselling office is guidance or educational / vocational counselling, not socio- personal counselling. 11) Paucity of Psychological Tests: There are very few ‘made in Nigeria’ for Nigerians psychological tests. Several tests are being constructed but only a few of them have been standardized. These tests include tests of Prof. C.G.M. Bakare, Prof. Akinboye, WAEC 21 ID Aptitude Tests and Federal Ministry of Education Battery of Aptitude Tests for streaming JSS III students into course families in SSS 1. Using psychological tests is one of the factors that make counselling scientific and more objective. However, there are relatively few counsellors who can identify, 29