This study on conquering the indomitability of examination malpractice in Nigeria in gallantry. The study was designed as a descriptive research of the survey type. One Hundred and fifty (150) students participated in the study and questionnaire was used to illicit information from the respondents. The data collected were analysed using percentage to answer the research questions. The study found that lack of reading culture among students was one of the causes of examination malpractice followed by laziness and overloaded syllabus. Students cheated by Smuggling of textbooks and pieces of papers to exam hall, mobile phones and writing answers on their palms and thighs. The study found that cheating could be curbed through improvement of student reading habits, teaching methods and reduction of course workload. The study concluded that all hands must be on the deck to tackle the monster compromising the integrity of our examinations. It recommended that conscious efforts should be made to improve, inculcate reading culture and technology should be deployed for proper supervision of examinations.