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Olabisi Onabanjo University / The Secret Of How I Bagged First Class In Law School- Oludare by olanrewaju(m): on Sat at 06:52pm
​Onakoya Oludare , 25 , could not make first class as an undergraduate at the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye , Ogun State , where he studied Law, but he made it in Law School in 2016 and that was a milestone for him. In this interview with TUNDE AJAJA , he speaks on the things he did differently

Did you have any specific target when you were an undergraduate ?

I didn ’ t really plan to have first class in the university . I just wanted to give it my all and satisfy myself that I had given my all, and if that was good enough to have a first class , then good , but if not , then I would still be content knowing that I had given my best . So , I didn ’ t feel bad , I was satisfied I had given my best and I still finished as one of the best students in my class . So that was sufficient consolation. However , in Law School , I planned to do everything I could possibly do to have first class .

How easy or challenging was it to graduate with a first class from the Law school ?

Even though it ’ s easier to have first class in the Law School than in the university, it didn ’ t come easy either . Law school was a sprint , while university was a marathon , and you would agree with me that it’ s a lot easier to get tired and give up in a marathon than it is in a sprint . However , the workload was much and we were required to really put in a lot of hours if we wished to be at the top of our game . But I knew it wasn ’ t impossible , so I saw the challenge as one that could be surmounted , and by God ’ s grace , it was . I became more focused, more so that law school was for a year . So , I was completely focused in my academics for that year , with little time for extra -curricular activities. In my early days in the university , I made it a principle to speak to only those who had excelled in their academics and not people who would tell me all the reasons it was impossible to pass a course . And that helped me greatly.

Is Law what you have always wanted to study?

Initially, I wished to be a pastor, though I can ’ t remember why . However , I got scared because I felt I wasn ’ t ready to be in a profession where I would be fighting witches and wizards all the time. No thanks to the Nigerian movies we used to watch then . My elder siblings were both in the sciences and so it was presumed I would also join them. It wasn ’ t until JSS3 when I discovered I was terrible at Chemistry and Physics that I decided it was possible my talent was elsewhere . I then joined the Art class and the next logical step was to start working towards being a lawyer as I had always been good at logical reasoning and argument , so law just seemed like the perfect choice . Also , I was attracted to the legal profession because of the challenge it presents. I wasn ’ t ready to settle down for a job where I would be doing the same tasks every day . I wanted a profession that would keep me engaged and challenged , and law seemed to fit in rightly.

Would you tie your success to how many hours you read or there was more to it ?


The only thing I can say I did differently was that I read with understanding . I ’ m sure there are people that read more than I did and put in more hours than I did , but success at the bar finals isn’ t necessarily about how many hours you read , but how much you understand. Therefore , I didn ’ t try cramming anything . I was aware that law school could be very tricky with questions , so I read and ensured that I understood everything I was reading . I also made sure I read during my peak periods , to ensure that I gained most with less time wasted .

Given your target in Law School , were there things you were used to that you left behind ?

I like playing computer games a lot , it’ s one of my hobbies, but while in law school , I left my game controller at home to allow me to focus more. I also deleted a lot of movies on my laptop and I made sure I didn ’ t download any new movie to avoid temptation . I kept reminding myself that law school was just for a year and I could afford to starve myself of these things to aid myself in getting my desired result. Then , there was lesser distraction in law school ; nobody had time for frivolous pursuits . We all knew what was at stake and so there was no time to waste .

Would you say you improved on your performance in your previous schools?

In primary and secondary schools , I was just above average . I was one of those who used to follow the brilliant students for competitions , to serve as backup (laughs ). I think I hadn’ t yet figured out what I was really doing . In my first Unified Matriculation Examination , I scored 234 , which could not get me Law in UNILAG . I was offered English . After that , I was admitted for Diploma in Law in OOU which I didn ’ t complete , but the knowledge gained from my brief stay was invaluable because I took the exam again the following year and I had 275. That combined with my Post -UME result made me the candidate with the highest mark in my set of admission in OOU .

What was your typical day like in the Law School ?

I made sure I read about the topic we were to treat that day before going to class . After the day ’ s activities , I would retire back to the hostel to read the topic we covered that day , and then relax either with my friends or see a short movie before going to bed . I believe in reading when my brain is at its best , because I don ’ t have much stamina for reading . So , I was reading for maximum of three hours daily . I also ensured I got not less than eight hours sleep every night to ensure that I was mentally alert in class the next day . I never subscribed to the idea of reading all through the night and then sleeping in class . I believe most of the work was done in class , so I always ensured I had a good night sleep. Also , I wasn ’ t the type to use the library often . I only visited the library once during my stay there. I thank God for my roommate who was a really understanding guy , so I did most of my reading in my room . My reading pattern was quite simple, I would read a page , and then explain it to myself in the mirror to ensure I had understood it. Also , explaining to other people really helped me grasp the course contents . A lot of the time , people just read and assume they have understood , meanwhile they haven ’ t. And like I have mentioned earlier , understanding is key . I also wasn ’ t much of a fan of forming notes, but I had a sort of key points which I formed during the externship period ( court attachment and chambers attachment ) which was of great help to me when I was revising for the exams .

These days, a number of students fail in the Law School and have to retake some exams . From observation , why do students fail , more so that they have reduced workload and it ’s just a one - year programme ?

The workload isn ’ t reduced at all. There ’ s so much more to do within so little time . I would attribute the reason for failure to fear . Fear is what makes people panic and start running helter - skelter looking for materials , attending needless tutorials and basically wasting time that isn’ t enough in the first place. And once you start being panicky, your ability to pass the bar exams is greatly affected. I must also thank my parents for making sure that I was comfortable . Their assured support helped greatly . They encouraged me and they were a major source of inspiration to me. I owe everything I am to them and God .

Would you like to practise law or you have interest in other things?

I would like to practise law .

Which area would you like to specialise in ?

My initial area of interest was dispute resolution; litigation and arbitration , but now that I ’ m being exposed to the corporate /commercial field , let me just say I ’ m still undecided. But overall , the complexity and diversity of law really interests me always. Law is multifaceted, complex , voluminous and technical . I agree with that description , but that ’ s what I find interesting about it. And I like the fact that law isn ’ t predictable .

What were your most memorable moments ?


My happiest moments in school and law school would be when I was called out of the crowd for awards with my mum in the audience . My most embarrassing moment in the law school was when I asked a question in class once and my lecturer basically said it was a stupid question . I wanted the ground to open up and swallow me . Imagine being told your question is stupid in front of 1 , 700 people. But everything happens for a reason , so I didn ’ t let that deter me ; rather it gave me more incentive as I felt I had something to prove to that lecturer.

Where would you like to work ?

I ’ m currently a corps member in one of the top law firms in Nigeria . It’ s a firm I won’ t mind staying on with if they would have me . It’ s a great place to be . In the immediate future , I wish to explore the world of legal practice to determine the area I would like to do my Master ’ s in and probably specialise in . My preferred schools for Master ’ s would be either Harvard or Oxford .

For the benefit of those who see Law School as a difficult phase to go through, what would you say are the basic ingredients of success in academics ?

I would point to four ingredients . God , interest, discipline and determination .

Was there anything you did as regards your academics that you would never forget ?

Without a doubt, the most extreme thing I did in the law school was when I read Ogbuanya ’ s Corporate Law Practice textbook from cover to cover in less than 24 hours . I had been having issues with Corporate Law and Practice , so , one Saturday, I decided that one way or the other , I would crack the course . And I started and didn ’ t stop till I finished . My roommate just kept looking at me like I was crazy .

Knowing that you have to cite cases while answering questions during your exams , were there methods you deployed to help you remember things ?

For remembering cases, what I usually did was to take the names of the parties and link them with people I know who also bear those names. So , when I had to remember those cases, all I had to do was remember the person, and I would remember his / her name , and automatically remember the case .

Were there people who saw you as being too serious?

On the contrary , I believe there would have been quite a number of people who were surprised that I made a first class as I wasn ’ t one of those who used to answer questions or make serious contributions in class , I just did my own thing quietly , I wasn ’ t always in the library or leading grand discussions on how to pass the bar finals , so I doubt I really came across as being too serious .

Were there times you almost gave up on having first class ?

I kept on believing that it was possible , so I never gave up on having first class .

Do you believe in having mentors , and did you have one ?

I had a guide during my law school days , Mrs. Opeyemi Awolesi , who finished a few years ahead of me in the university and had a first class from the law school . I do believe in having mentors as it’ s easier to see farther when you stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before you .

Thousands of lawyers are released into the system yearly. Are you sometimes bothered about the issues of the country ’ s unemployment rate , especially as it concerns first class graduates ?

I ’ m not as concerned about unemployment rate as most lawyers usually find one way or the other to get engaged , but I ’ m really disturbed by the remuneration packages most firms offer young lawyers , with some even going to the extent of saying that they don ’ t pay new wigs . This has always been the case , but I would really hope something could be done about it. We aren ’ t complaining about the work load , just that the pay should be commensurate .

Nasarawa State Polytechnic / Naspoly Hnd, Pre-nd And Ijmb Admission 2017/2018 by olanrewaju(m): on Sat at 06:07pm
The Nasarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia (NASPOLY) has commenced the sales of Application Forms for admission into Pre-National Diploma (Pre-ND), Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination (IJMBE) and Higher National Diploma (HND) for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Candidates are to pay a non- refundable fee of N4,000 for Pre-ND and IJMB forms while N5,000 is for the purchase of HND form.

Candidates are to pay the specified amount into the Polytechnic UNITY BANK account Number 0014957785

present evidence of payment at the Revenue Unit of the Polytechnic and obtain receipt which will be taken to Academic Department of the Registry to collect the Application forms.

APPLICATION DEADLINE
Candidates are to return completed forms to the Academic Office on or before Thursday, 31 August, 2017.

University Of Ilorin / Uith School Of Nursing Admission 2017/2018 Announced by olanrewaju(m): on Fri at 05:52pm
This is to notify the public on the sales of forms for admission into the School of Nursing, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Ilorin Kwara State. The order of the entire admission process for this 2017/2018 session is as follows:

Requirements:

The prospective candidates should posses the following qualification : Five Credits, English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. WASC/NECO at not more than 2 sittings.

Candidate must not be less than Eighteen years ( 18 ) of age.

Candidate must not have any criminal record.

Three copies of passport photographs is required for the application.

METHOD OF PAYMENT FOR FORM:

Candidates are to REMITA 7,500 payable to University Of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, school complex revolving fund account.

The Computer Based Testing (CBT) Entrance Examination holds:

On: 9th September, 2017

At: COMSIT CENTER (CBT), University Of Ilorin Permanent Site, Ilorin

Time: 9:00 am

Oral interview date: 12th September, 2017.

Submission/Closing Date:

Duly completed application forms to which passport photograph and credentials are attached should be forwarded to

THE REGISTRAR

University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital

P.M.B 1459

ILORIN.

Kwara state

Not later than (August 31st) weeks from the date of advertisement. Any application received after the closing date shall not be processed.

NOTE:

Prospective candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the information on this advert and

application form. Any application received after the closing date shall not be processed.

RESUMPTION DATE for successful candidates in the CBT exam 9th October, 2017.

University Of Ilorin / Uith School Of Orthopaedic Cast Technology Admission 2017/2018 by olanrewaju(m): on Fri at 05:51pm
Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the National Diploma (ND) full time programme of the school of Orthopaedic Cast Technology for the 2017/2018 session.

Eligibility
Applicants must be candidates who sat for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted in March, 2017. The candidates must have a minimum score of 150 to be qualified to apply and to be screened.

Admission Requirement/Entry Qualifications

In addition to a minimum score 150 in 2017 UTME. Prospective candidates must possess a minimum of 5 credits SSCE/GCE O'level or its equivalent at not more than two sittings, which should include a credit pass in English Language, Mathematics, Biology and any other two courses.

In addition to above, candidates will be selected based on their success in a written entrance examination & oral interview. Subjects for the competitive entrance examination and oral interview.

(a) English Language (b) General paper (c) Mathematics (d) Biology. The examination will be based on SS3 syllabus. Candidates selected for admission will be required to pass medical examination.

Duration of Course

Two (2) calendar years commencing from October, 2017 (Full Time Programme).

Method of Application

Applicants are to proceed to the UITH Ilorin website, www.Uith.org to download and print out the admission form.

Payment of N5,000 into UITH school complex revolving fund account through remita.

Accommodation

Accommodation is available at affordable fees on first come, first serve basis.

Selection/Interview Dates

Dates for screening Exercise/Oral Interview have been fixed as follows:-

Writing Examination:- 28th August, 2017.

Screening/Interview:- 30th August, 2017.

Venue:- University of Ilorin teaching Hospital School Complex (Former Maternity Hospital) Amilegebe, Ilorin.

Other Relevant Information

Candidates should please note that late completion and submission of forms will not be entertained.

Any candidates with blurred or unclear passport photograph on the form will not be admitted for the screening exercise as the photograph will be used as a means of identification.

Any candidate who fails to present himself or herself for the screening exercise as scheduled will not be considered for admission

Applicant are advised to attend the exercise with the detached slip from their application forms as well as their writing materials.

The use of GSM and other electronic devices will NOT be allowed during the screening exercise.

Photocopies of relevant documents must be clear and legible.

Evidence of change of names where applicable, must be attached to the application form.

The result of the screening exercise shall be published on the Hospital website and on the schools notice boards.

Competitions / Re: Download Last Year Skusat Past Question (2016) by olanrewaju(m): on Fri at 03:26pm
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Exam bodies / How To Apply For Exam Script Remarking - Waec by olanrewaju(m): on Fri at 11:49am
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has provided steps candidates who are not satisfied with the outcome of their result can apply for their answer scripts to be remarked.

WAEC made this known while responding to questions on twitter.

According to WAEC the process to get your script remarked is to first notify the school where you took the examination.

The school will then forward an application on your behalf to the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

This application must be received 60 days after the release of the results and will attract a fee.

The council further gave clarification as to what "Outstanding Result" and With Held Results" means.

"Outstanding Result" simply means pending result. This means that there may be errors from the affected candidate either during registration or the examination that are being corrected. The results that fall in this category have a high chance of being released.

"Withheld or held Results" on the other hand signifies that the affected candidate violated the rules & regulations guiding the conduct of the examination.

The fate of the results that fall in this category will be decided during the National Executive Council meeting that will be held in November this year. However, such results may or may not be released.

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Delta State University / Delsu To Conduct Aptitude Test For 2017 Admission Screening Exercise by olanrewaju(m): on Fri at 09:38am
The Delta State university (DELSU) has disclosed that it will conduct an aptitude test for candidates applying for the 2017 admission into undergraduate programmes offered in the university.

This was disclosed by the Registrar of the university, Daniel Urhibo when contacted by newsmen.

He however stated that the aptitude test the school is going to conduct is quite different from the one conducted by JAMB and it will be computer-based.

When asked to state the difference between the computer based test the school is going to conduct and the Post-UTME test that was abolished by JAMB last year, the Registrar told newsmen that the Federal Government did not scrap post-UTME test.

He explained: “It is the same agency of the government that said ‘you can select your students’.

“Twenty-six thousand candidates applied to DELSU; how do you select, may be 5,000 or 6,000? There must be some kind of uniform test to assess them.

“Last year, we asked them to submit their secondary school results and we graded them. Do you know that people claiming to have ‘A’s in their results could not write their names?

“Some of them had forged results. We went to the internet and discovered that somebody who claimed to have scored 300 in UTME had just 120.

“So, if you use that type, you won’t get the best; that is why there is some kind of a little aptitude test for them.”

Regarding the N5000 candidates are expected to pay for the screening as against the 2,500 approved by the federal Government last year, he said that the N5000 is to cover the cost of the aptitude test as the schools is not in good financial position to cover the cost.

He mentioned that the school need money to get materials for the test, pay those that will administer the aptitude test and mark it as well as service its computers and develop the software for the test.

Competitions / Download Last Year Skusat Past Question (2016) by youngscholar(m): on Thu at 08:08pm
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Admission Board / Re: Most Likely Asked Questions During Admission Screening And How To Answer by youngscholar(m): on Thu at 06:53pm
Very useful!

Thanks very much...

Last year my sister was asked to tell the difference between a boy and girl during Screening at Eksu.

Admission Board / Most Likely Asked Questions During Admission Screening And How To Answer by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 04:53pm
Since Post Utme has been scrapped, Screening has been introduced. Most schools conduct their screening based on point system (analysing and grading of o'level and JAMB result) while some school conduct physical interview.

There are some questions asked during your screening. Based on your response to the questions asked and your o'level and JAMB result, you will be admitted.

The questions i will be posting here is based on the questions asked during FUNAAB and UNIOSUN screening last year.
Now let's go straight to the questions and how to answer them:

1. WHAT IS YOUR NAME?
This question may sound so simple but most students usually make mistake answering this question. The interviewer already know your name based on the screening form you submitted to him, so if you want to answer this question, make sure you say the exact name as in your screening form. Don't start mentioning names that are not in the screening form. Take note.

2. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THIS SCHOOL?
This question is asked to know if you really know about the school. There are lot of people who don't know a bit about the university they applied for. For you to answer this question, you should made some little research about the school, that why Google is your close friend. For example, you can answer the question like this, "based on my research, i discovered that this school has experience lecturer and good equipment which will aid my education", as simple as that. So just be creative.

3. WHY DO YOU THINK WE SHOULD ADMIT YOU?
The aim of this question is to know what will be your impact to the school if eventually admitted. Think of what you will say to convince the interviewer and remember to be creative. For example, you can answer the question like this, " i think you should admit me because due to my secondary school records, I've alway engage in school clubs, so i will make impact to the school by engaging in relevant club and obey rules and regulations of this university". It is not compulsory to say the truth, just be creative and you will be good to go.

4. WHAT IS YOUR BEST SUBJECT?
This question is asked just to test your level of intelligence. Make sure you tell them the subject you are very good at, because you will definitely be asked a question from it. Also make sure the subject you pick is related to your course or else they will consider you as someone who is not serious. For example, you want to study physics and you picked economics as your best subject. I hope you understand what i am passing across.

5. WHY DID YOU CHOOSE THAT COURSE?
They usually ask this question just to know what motivated you to choose that course. Most student will surely say that it is because they have passion for the course, some will even go as far as saying that i have always wanted to be a doctor since when i was a kid. All this are popular cliche, try to be creative and say something different. You can impress the interviewer by saying what your course is all about, the interviewer will take you as a serious student and give you the admission you want.

Here are some conversation:

1.Your full name
(Your name must be stated the
exact way it is written in your O’level certificate)

Interviewer
2. Which course did you apply for?
Possible reply:
(Don’t tell them the course you wish for, tell
them the course you applied for)

Interviewer:
3. What position do you prefer on a team working
on a project?
Possible reply (DE students):
If I’m the team leader it will give me the
opportunity using my leadership skills that I have
learnt with years. I can also do a well as a team
member my skills will help to encourage my
mates.

Interviewer
4. Can you recite your O’level and the grades, off
hand?
Possible reply:
If you sit for the exam yourself you must know
the result off hand)

Interviewer
5. How do you see yourself in five years from
now?
Possible reply:
I see myself as a successful graduate of
(Compute Science), University of….

Interviewer
6. Do you consider yourself successful?
Possible reply:
Not yet. That’s why I’m here to perform well and
I know I will and that’s when I can say I’m
successful.

Interviewer
7. What’s the reason behind choosing this school
Possible reply:
As a standard school, I believe this is the right
place for me to be. Both academically and
character wise, I’d be ready to take up any
challenge in the outside world after 4/5 years
here.

Interviewer:
8. What irritates you about your fellow students
Possible reply:
I believe in oneness if I find anything irritating, I
avoid it unless it personally affects me.

Interviewer:
9. When did you finish your Secondary School?
Possible reply:
(Be very sure the year you will mention
corresponds with the one on your result and
testimonial)

Interviewer:
10. What are your expectations from this school?
Possible reply:
Standard educational qualifications, sound
professional advancement and good future.

Interviewer:
11. How much can you pay to gain this
admission?
Possible reply:
That’s bribery. The only money I can pay now is
my school and registration fees and that will be
into the school designated account.

Interviewer:
12. Why have you not gained admission since?
Possible reply:
(1) I have been having challenges with jamb. Or
(2) I already have National Diploma. Or
(3) I already have certificate in computer
appreciation and I also took up a teaching job in
the mean time because idle hand is devils
workshop.

Interviewer:
13. If you discovered that your best friend in
school here is a cultists, what would you do?
Possible reply:
I will report to the appropriate quarters.

Interviewer:
14. What’s your advantage over others here?
Possible reply:
I’m a fast learner and I’m obedient.

Interviewer:
15. Do you have any questions for us?
Possible reply:.
How did I perform sir/ma?

Is there any other questions you know most schools ask, feel free to comment below.

Also if you have any question to ask me, comment below.

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Exam bodies / Jamb 2017 Change Of Course/institution Can Only Be Done Twice - Jamb by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 03:09pm
The Joint Admission and matriculation board has warned candidates who wish to effect changes on either their course and institution or make corrections on any of their data that it the process can only be done twice.

JAMB’s Head of Public Relations, Fabian Benjamin made this known in an interview in Bwari, FCT, on while officially announcing the reopening of the 2017 Change of course/institution and data correction exercise on Wednesday.

According to him, “You are allowed to change courses and institutions not more than two times, if you change the first time and experience an issue, you are allowed to change the second time.

He warned candidates against going to unapproved CBT centres for their change of course/ Institution and data correction.

He emphasised that the board will not be held liable in events whereby a person’s change is not reflected.

“We have had situation where candidates will go to Cyber Cafés and do whatever they like and then say the change did not reflect, the board will not entertain such complaints.” he stated.

He equally said that the process of change of courses and institutions could be done with the payment of N100 in JAMB Computer Based Tests (CBT) centres, and N250 at other approved centres.

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 12:37pm
Maybe

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by precious(m): on Thu at 12:09pm
shuld i go ahead in changing as i v planned?

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 11:46am
To study MLS, you have Five SSCE credit passes in English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by precious(m): on Thu at 11:37am
wot shuld i do nw

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 11:33am
@Precious(m)

The problem is Physcis

Admission Board / Re: 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by precious(m): on Thu at 11:29am
i scored 198 in jamb...i applied 4 MLS in unn 1st choice......
my o level results r...data processing B3,crs C4, civic edu B3, English B3, maths B3, Agric C6, Chemistry B3, Biology C4, physics E8....
nw am planning 2 change as follows...
UDUSOK... 1st choice MLS
FULOKOJA ...BIOCHEM 2nd choice
IDAHPOLY....SLT 3rd choice....wot do u say pls...
Urgent pls...tnx nd God bless.

Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta / Funaab Notice To Students On 2016/2017 Registration by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 11:25am
Senate of Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, (FUNAAB) at its meeting held yesterday July 18, 2017 considered the appeal of various undergraduate who are yet to register for 2016 /2017 academic session

Senate directed that students in this category should appeal individually through the Dean, Student Affairs to the Vice -Chancellor within (2)two weeks from this day, stating in details the reasons why they failed to register within the stipulated time. Such appeals are to be supported with relevant documents

Consequent on the above, the concerned students are hereby advised to take advantage of the special window and appeal as directed by Senate, to register for second semester 2016/2017 session

Please note that the deadline for submission to the Dean, Student Affairs is Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 to enable proper handling of the appeal

Questions & Request / Re: 2017 Jamb Query Room - Ask Questions And Recieve Answers by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 11:04am
@Precious(m)

You don't need to upload your results in Jamb portal.

Jamb does not need your O level.

The school you put in for is the one thats going to need your O level grades.

Questions & Request / Re: 2017 Jamb Query Room - Ask Questions And Recieve Answers by precious(m): on Thu at 11:02am
pls hw can i upload my waec result in jamb
portal
Cos i heard dat those dat wrote waec dis
year shuld upload their result in jamb portal

Elizade University / Elizade University Admission Screening Form 2017/2018 Out by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 11:00am
Elizade University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its degree programmes for the 2017/2018 academic session.

AVAILABLE COURSES

FACULTY OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
Biology
Microbiology
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Environmental Management & Toxicology
Physics
Physics with Electronics
Applied Geophysics
Computer Science
Mathematics

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Automotive Engineering
Industrial & Production Engineering
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Computer Engineering
Information & Communication Technology

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES
International Relations
History and Diplomatic Studies
English
Performing and Film Arts

FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
Accounting
Banking & Finance
Business Administration
Human Resource Management
Hotel Management & Tourism
Office & Information Management
Economics
Mass Communication

BASIC REQUIREMENTS/ELIGIBILITY

Ordinary level Requirements

All applicants to ELIZADE University must have credit-level passes in five (5) relevant subjects at the SSCE/GCE/O‘Level/NECO/NABTEB or its equivalents at not more than 2 sittings, including English Language and Mathematics.

Attempt of UTME

All applicants to ELIZADE University are required to have sat for the 2016/2017 UTME of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and obtained the minimum pass-mark as prescribed by JAMB

Only CANDIDATES who scored the prescribed JAMB cut-off mark in the 2017 UTME are ELIGIBLE to apply to ELIZADE UNIVERSITY.

Admission Requirements for Direct Entry to 200 Level:

i. 5 relevant credit passes at WASC (SSCE), NECO (SSCE), NABTEB or equivalent in relevant subjects, two of which must be at ‘A’ Level.

ii. OND with Upper Credit or NCE at credit level from any institution recognized by the University.

iii. Diploma from other recognized Universities.

MODE OF APPLICATION
Prospective students should Apply Online at www.elizadeuniversity.edu.ng/apply/

University’s Post UTME Screening Exercise

All applicants to ELIZADE University must undertake the University’s Post-UTME screening exercise to be conducted from time to time on dates communicated to applicants.

University of Port Harcourt / Uniport Pre-degree Admission In Faculty Of Humanities & Education 2017/2018 Out by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 09:49am
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates, for admission into any of the following one year Pre-Degree Programmes in the Faculties of Humanities and Education for the 2017/2018 Session:

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Candidates should possess WASSC/SSCE/GCE/NECO/NABTEB Ordinary Level with credit passes in 5 relevant subjects. See the list of subjects below for details.

OLevel Subjects: English Language, Literature in English, CRK/IRK, Economics, Commence, Geography, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Agric. Science, Physics, A Nigerian Language (Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba),Fine Arts, History, Government, French, Further Mathematics, Music.

FACULTY OF HUMANITIES OLEVEL SUBJECTS REQUIREMENTS JAMB SUBJECTS REMARKS
Fine Arts & Design [FAD] Five Olevel credits in English Language and any other four subjects from the Olevel subjects listed above. English Language and any other three subjects as listed under the Olevel subjects
Foreign Languages & Literatures (French Preparatory [FFP]) English Language, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences as listed under the Olevel subjects above. English Language, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences as listed under the Olevel subjects above. (i) For Successful Candidates from the Predegree Programme, credit in French is not compulsory (ii) The Certificat d Etudes Francaise, 2 Degree, is acceptable as a Credit Pass in French
Linguistics & Communication Studies [LCS] Five Olevel credits in English Language and any other four subjects from the Olevel subject listed above. English Language and any other three subjects as listed under the O- level subjects above.
Religious & Cultural Studies [RCS] Five O- level credits in English Language and any other four subjects from the O- level subjects listed above. English Language and any other three subjects as listed under the O- level subjects.
Theatre & Film Studies [TFS] Five O- level credits in English Language, Literature in English and any other three subjects from the O- level subject listed above. English Language, Literature in English & any other two Arts or Social Sciences subjects as listed under the O- level subjects above.
Music [MUS] Five O-level credits in English Language and any other four subjects from the O- level subjects listed above. English Language and any other three subjects as listed under the O- level subjects above.


FACULTY OF EDUCATION O-LEVEL SUBJECTS REQUIREMENTS JAMB SUBJECTS REMARKS
Educational Foundations [Educational Arts](EDF) (i) Teaching Subject English (ii) Teaching Subject – French (iii) Teaching Subject – Religious Studies (iv) Teaching Subject – History (v) Teaching Subject – Fine Arts (i) Five O-Level Credits in English Language, Literature in English and any other three subjects from the O-Level listed above. (ii) Five O-Level Credits in English Language, French, Literature In English and any other two subjects from the O-Level listed above. (iii) Five O-Level Credits in English Language, CRK/IRK and any other three subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (iv) Five O-Level Credits in English Language, History and three other subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (v) Five O- Level credits in English Language and four other subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (i) English Language, Literature In English and two other subjects as listed above (ii) English Language, French and two other subject as listed above (iii) English Language, History and two other subjects as listed above (iv) English Language History and two other subjects as listed above (v) English Language Fine Arts and two other subjects as listed above.
Curriculum Studies & Educational Technology [Education Science (CSET) (i) Teaching subject – Physics (ii) Teaching subject – Chemistry (iii) Teaching subject – Biology (iv) Teaching subject – Computer Science (i) Five O- level credits in English Language, Physics, one Science subject [Maths or Chemistry and any other two subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (ii) Five O- level credits in English Language, Chemistry, one Science subject [Mathematics or Physics], and any other 2 subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (iii) Five O- level credits in English Language, Biology, one Science subject [Chemistry or Physics], and any other 2 subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (iv) Five O- level credits in English Language, Mathematics, Physics/ Chemistry and any other 2 subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (i) English Language, Physics, one Science subject and any other subject as listed above. (ii) English Language, Chemistry, one Science subject and any other subject as listed above. (iii) English Language, Biology, one Science subject and any other subject as listed above. (iv) English Language, Mathematics, one other Science subject and any other subject as listed above.
Educational Management [Education Social Science] EDM (i) Teaching subject – Economics (ii) Teaching subject – Political Science (iii) Teaching subject – Geography (iv) Teaching subject – Accounting (i) Five O- level credits in English Language, Mathematics, Economics, Government, Commerce, Geography, and any other subject from the O-Level subjects listed above. (ii) Five O- level credits in English Language, Government or History, one of Economics, Commerce, Geography and any other 2 subject plus at least a Pass in Mathematics. (iii) Five O- level credits in English Language, Geography, and other three subjects, Economics, Government, Commerce, plus at least a Pass in Mathematics. (iv) Five O- level credits in English Language, Economics, Mathematics, and any other two subjects from the O-Level subjects listed above. (i) English Language, Economics, Mathematics, and one other subject and any other subject as listed above. (ii) English Language, Government or History and 2 other subjects and any other subject as listed above. (iii) English Language, Geography and 2 subjects and any other subject as listed above. (iv) English Language, Economics, Maths and any other subject as listed above.
Educational Psychology, Guidance and Counselling (EDP) Five Olevel credits in English Language, Mathematics and any other three subjects from the OLevel subjects listed above. English Language and three other subjects as listed above.
Adult and NonFormal Education (DAE) Five Olevel credits in English Language and any other four subjects applicable to the specific Teaching subjects as in EDF, EDM or CSET. English Language, the teaching subject and two relevant subjects as applicable in EDF, EDM and CSET.
Human Kinetics and Health Education (KHE) Five O level credits in English Language, one Science subject preferably Biology, and any other three subjects from the OLevel subjects as listed above. English Language, and science subject and two other subjects as listed above.


ELIGIBILITY

The Programme is open to applicants with a minimum of five (5) Credits in not more than two sittings in English Language and other relevant subjects [in GCE, SSCE, NECO, NABTEB & TC II (TC II is applicable for applicants for Faculty of Education)].

COURSE DURATION
The Programme is for a period of one year (one academic session).

COMMENCEMENT DATE

Online application would commence from Monday, July 24, 2017.

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Application is online, Log on to www.uniport.edu.ng and follow the instruction; a fee of Ten Thousand Naira only (N10,000.00), excluding Bank charges is required. Payment should be made at U &C Micro Finance Bank LTD, Access Bank, First Bank, UBA and Fidelity Bank Nationwide.

The names on candidates- OLevel Certificates must be same as what is filled online. Any False information given automatically disqualifies the applicant.

CLOSING DATE

The closing date for application is Friday, 17th November, 2017.

APTITUDE TEST
The University Aptitude Test will take place on Saturday, 25th November, 2017

The Venue shall be the Ashgrove Academy, UNIPORT.

Materials Needed for the Screening Exercise
Candidates are required to come with the following and be at the Venue by 8.00am
A clear copy of Photocard printed online
Biro, HB pencil, eraser
Non – Programmable Calculator

REGISTRATION

Registration of successful candidates will be announced in due course.

NOTE:
To transit to the Degree Programme, in addition to the required 5 Credits, the candidate must

1. PASS THE PRESCRIBED PREDEGREE EXAMINATIONS
2. HAVE THE APPROPRIATE UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION (UTME) SUBJECT COMBINATION AND
3. HAVE THE NATIONAL MINIMUM SCORE IN THE 2018/2019 UTME AND MUST HAVE CHOSEN THE UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT

Admission Board / Al-hikmah Jupeb Admission 2017/2018 Announced by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 09:48am
The management of Al-hikmah University has announced admission into the Joint University and Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB) for the 2017/2018 academic session.

This programme leads to 200 level admission.

Duration of Programme: 9 Months.

Tuition for the programme: N150,000

Admission Requirements
Applicants seeking admission into Joint Universities Preliminary Examinations Board (JUPEB) Programmes must possess a minimum of 5 credits in WASSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB/SISC Examinations at not more than two (2) sittings in the subject relevant to their proposed programmes. English Language at credit level is compulsory for all candidates.

In addition, credit in Mathematics is compulsory for candidates pursuing courses in Science and Management Sciences.

METHODS OF APPLICATION

1. To apply, applicants are to visit admissions.alhikmah.edu.ng/admission/apply

2. Choose your Admission Application Type

3.Proceed to complete the online application form and pay a non-refundable fee of N10,000 online.

4.Print the duly completed form, online Payment Receipt and Two copies of the Reference Form.

5. Present the online Payment Receipt to the University Bursary Department and obtain the official receipt.

6. Present the duly completed form with relevant credentials (Original & Photocopy) and official receipt at the Admissions Office for immediate screening.

All Payments are made online, Al-Hikmah University does not accept cash payment or direct payment into the school Account

Igbinedion University / Igbinedion University Admission Screening Date 2017/2018 by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 09:45am
This is to inform all candidates who applied for undergraduate admission screening exercise of the Igbinedion University Okada (IUO) for the 2017/2018 academic session that the management of the university has announced the date for the admission screening exercise.

According to a notice released by the management, the screening exercise for Lagos state centre has been shifted to 29th July, 2017.

Please note that this reschedule applies to the Lagos screening centre ONLY.

The screening date for all other centres outside Lagos state is July 22nd, 2017.

Candidates are advised to take note of this development and comply accordingly.

Imo State Polytechnic / Imo Poly Full-time, Evening And Part Time Hnd/nd Admission Form 2017/2018 Out by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 09:43am
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following Full Time (Regular I and II) and Part Time (Weekend) ND/HND programmes in Imo State Polytechnic, Umuagwo.

I. FULL TIME PROGRAMMES: REGULAR I
A. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY (Full Time)
1. HND in Fisheries Technology
2. HND in Animal Health Technology
3. HND in Animal Production Technology
4. HND in Crop Science Technology
5. HND in Soil Science
6. HND in Agricultural Extension and Management
B. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY (Full Time)
1. HND in Accounting Technology
2 HND in Banking & Finance
3. HND in Business Administration
4. HND in Cooperative Economics
5. HND in Public Administration
6. HND in Marketing
7. HND in Office Technology Management
C. SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (Full Time)
1. HND in Agricultural & Bio-Environmental Engineering Technology
2. HND in Chemical Engineering Technology
D. SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDIES (Full Time)
1. HND in Building Technology
2. HND in Estate Management and Valuation
3. HND in Environmental Science Technology:
OPTIONS: a. Forestry Option
b. Horticulture and Landscape Technology Option
E. SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCE (Full Time)
1. HND in Computer Science
2. HND in Statistics
3. HND in Nutrition & Dietetics
4. HND in Food Science Technology
5. HND in Science Laboratory Technology:
OPTIONS: a. Chemistry / Biochemistry Option
b. Physics / Electronics Option
c. Biology / Microbiology Option

II. FULL TIME PROGRAMMES: REGULAR II (EVENING)
A. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (Full Time)
1. ND and HND in Accounting Technology
2 ND and HND in Banking & Finance
3. ND and HND in Business Administration
4. ND and HND in Cooperative Economics
5. ND and HND in Public Administration
6. ND and HND in Marketing
7. ND and HND in Office Technology Management
B. SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES (Full Time)
1. ND and HND in Computer Science
2. ND and HND in Science Laboratory Technology:
HND OPTIONS: a. Chemistry / Biochemistry Option
b. Physics / Electronics Option
c. Biology / Microbiology Option

III. WEEKEND & CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMME

A. SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE (Part Time)
1. ND and HND in Animal Health Technology
2. ND and HND in Animal Production Technology
B. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (Part Time)
1. ND and HND in Accounting Technology
2 ND and HND in Banking & Finance
3. ND and HND in Business Administration
4. ND and HND in Cooperative Economics
5. ND and HND in Public Administration
6. ND and HND in Marketing
7. ND and HND in Office Technology Management
C. SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES (Part Time)
1. ND and HND in Computer Science

Entry Requirements into ND Programmes (Regular II):
i. Admission is through UTME and you must score a minimum of 150 and above in the just concluded JAMB Examination.
ii. Must have five (5) CREDIT passes at O/level at a maximum of two sittings as specified in JAMB Brochure
iii. JAMB requirement is a minimum of four (4) relevant subject combinations which must include English Language and Mathematics

Entry Requirements into HND Programme:
i. Must have ND in Relevant courses
ii. Must have five (5) CREDIT passes at O/level at a maximum of two sittings as specified in JAMB Brochure
iii. A minimum of one (1) year post ND cognate working experience in field of specialization for those with a minimum of Lower Credit.
iv. JAMB score printout during the ND level admission

MODE OF APPLICATION
All eligible candidates are required to obtain our e-transact login details from the following banks below at the cost of N5,000. 00. Log on to the Polytechnic’s website (www.imopoly.edu.ng) to complete the application forms.
Please note that you have to provide a working e-mail address as all mails to you will be through your e-mail
The designated banks include:
 Imo State Polytechnic Microfinance Bank
 Fidelity Bank Plc., Nationwide
 Zenith Bank Plc., Nationwide
 Diamond Bank Plc., Nationwide
 Eco Bank Plc., Nationwide
 Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc., Nationwide
 First Bank Plc., Nationwide
 UBA Plc., Nationwide
 Union Bank Plc., Nationwide

Signed:
Mrs. S. Njemanze
REGISTRAR

Babcock University / Babcock University Pre-degree Admission 2017/2018 Announced by olanrewaju(m): on Thu at 09:39am
Applications for admission into the Babcock University (BU) pre-degree programme for the 2017/2018 academic session has been announced.

Available Programmes
1. School Of Education & Humanities
Department of History and International Studies
Degree Offered: B.A. (Hons.) History & International Studies
Department of Languages and Literary Studies
Degrees Offered: B.A. (Hons.) English Studies
Department of Religious Studies
Degrees Offered: B.A. (Hons) Religious Studies
B.A. (Hons.) Christian Religious Studies.
Department of Education
Degree Offered:
B.Sc. (Ed) Hons
1. Business Education
2. Economics EducationB. A (Ed) Hons: B.Ed. (Hons)
3. Educational Planning & Administration
4 .English Education
5. Counseling Psychology
Department of Music and Creative Arts
Degree Offered: B.A. (Hons.) Music

2. School of Law & Security Studies
Department of Law
Degree Offered: LL.B. (Hons)

3. School Of Management Science
Department of Accounting
Degree Offered: B.Sc. (Hons)
Department of Banking & Finance
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons.) /ACIB in Banking & Finance(5-year program)
Department of Business Administration & Marketing
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons.)Business Administration
B.Sc. (Hons.) Marketing

4. Veronica Adeleke School of Social Science
Department of Mass Communication
Degree Offered: B.Sc. Mass Communication
Department of Political Science and Public Administration
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Political Science
B.Sc. (Hons) Public Administration
B.Sc. (Hons) Political Science /International Law And Diplomacy
Department of Economics
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons.)Economics
Department of Sociology & Social Work
BSW (Hons) Social Work

5. School Of Science And Technology
Department of Basic Sciences
Degree Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Mathematics
B.Sc. (Hons) Chemistry
B.Sc. (Hons) Biology
Department of Microbiology
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Microbiology
Department of Agric & Industrial Technology
Degree offered: B.Agric. (Hons)

6. School Of Computing & Engr. Science
Department of Computing and engineering science
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science
B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science (Technology)
B.Sc. (Hons.) Computer Science (Information Systems)

7. Benjamin S. Carson School of Medicine
Degrees Offered: MBBS (6-year Program)
Department of Anatomy
Degree Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Anatomy
Department of Physiology
Degree Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Physiology
Department of Biochemistry
Degree Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Biochemistry
Department of Nutrition & Dietetics 4 Year program
Degree Offered: B Sc. (Hons) Nutrition and Dietetics

8. School of Public And Allied Health
Department of Public & Allied Health
Degrees Offered: B.Sc. (Hons) Public Health
Department of Medical Laboratory Science
Degrees Offered: BMLS (Hons) Medical Laboratory Science

9. School of Nursing Science
Department of Nursing Science
Degree Offered: BNSc. (Hons.) Nursing Science

Duration
The Program runs for one academic session (2 Semesters) only. A student is expected to register for a minimum of 16 credits and a maximum of 20 credits per semester giving a total of 36-40 credits at the end of the two semesters.

Entry Requirements


Since the Pre-degree program is preparatory in design, candidates who have passed out of secondary school are accepted with or without their complete O’ level papers. The program also prepares candidates intending to write the various O’ Level exams within the academic session. However, such candidates MUST submit their complete result by the end of the second semester of the program before they can be shortlisted for the undergraduate courses of choice.

N/B: All students in the program are advised to obtain the JAMB form, write the exam and secure the acceptable cut-off mark for that year to be eligible for Degree program.

Method Of Application
1. Visit www.babcock.edu.ng/node/119

2. Download the Babcock Pre-degree application form

3. Pay a sum of N5,000 for Babcock Pre-degree admission form for the 2016/2017 academic session, into any branch of;
Diamond Bank – 0027465087
Wema Bank – 0121917269
BU Microfiance – 2020100002
UBA-1018003829
Zenith-1011109290

4. Scan payment teller, upload recent passport photography, submit form to this email address: pre-degreeform@babcock.edu.ng and wait for further communication form the university

For further information, please contact:
The Director,
Pre-Degree Program
Babcock University,
Ilishan, Nigeria.
Telephone: (+234) 803-403-3369

Admission Board / Re: 2017 School's Screening Form Updates Thread by olanrewaju(m): on Wed at 09:20pm
@shuiab(m)

The cut off mark is usually 150.

It may change this year...

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi / Re: Fed Poly Bauchi Admission Screening Form 2017/2018 Out by olanrewaju(m): on Wed at 09:18pm
@shuiab(m)

The cut off mark is usually 150

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi / Re: Fed Poly Bauchi Admission Screening Form 2017/2018 Out by Shuiab (m): on Wed at 03:22pm
Wat Is d cutoff mark for polytechnic bauchi

Federal Polytechnic Bauchi / Re: Fed Poly Bauchi Admission Screening Form 2017/2018 Out by Shuiab (m): on Wed at 03:18pm
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Admission Board / Re: 2017 School's Screening Form Updates Thread by Shuiab (m): on Wed at 09:17am
What isCutoff mark for polytechnic bauchi

Exam bodies / Have A Problem To Check Your Waec Result - We Will Help You by youngscholar(m): on Tue at 04:56pm
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Admission Board / 2017 Admission Advice - Get Yours Now by olanrewaju(m): on Tue at 04:03pm
Schools are now selling their screening forms, and change of Institution/Course has began.

Many will be confused on what to do next, whether to go for change of course or what?

So many aspirants are confused on what step to take.

We have created this thread as a platform to give you the necessary step to take to be among the successful ones this year.

Need an advice ?, Comment below.

We will reply you ASAP.

Tai Solarin University of Education / Re: Tasued Admission Screening Application Guide & Update Thread by olanrewaju(m): on Tue at 03:38pm
Have any question to ask ?

Do you have any problem with the Screening Application for Tasued? , feel free to comment.

Ask any questions and we will give you a reply ASAP

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