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Sunday, 26 August 2018

OOU admission list is out, check procedures here

OOU Admission List for the 2018/2019 session has been released. Candidates who applied for admission in the university and participated in the screening exercise can proceed to check their admission status.
The admission lists has been uploaded online and candidates can follow the procedure below to check their admission status.
How To Check OOU Admission List
Visit: https://www.oouagoiwoye.edu.ng/portal/admission/login.php
Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Password in the space provided
Click on the "login" button to access your admission status
Payment Of Acceptance Fee
Admitted candidates are to note that payment of Acceptance Fees commences immediately and ends on August 31st, 2018

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Wednesday, 22 August 2018

2018/2019 jamb caps is now activate

This to notify candidates seeking admission into various tertiary institutions for the 2018/2019 academic session that JAMB CAPS has been activated for the admission exercise. This means that candidates can now monitor their admission status and easily know when they have been offered an admission. Once a candidate has been offered admission, such candidate is required to do either of two things; to accept the admission or to reject it. 

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Tuesday, 21 August 2018

NECO Announces The Release Of June/July 2018 SSCE Results

The nation's examination body NECO, that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education, have announce the released June/July 2018 exams.
In a statement signed by NECO's acting Registrar, Abubakar Gana, the National Examinations Council (NECO) on Monday, announced that it has released the June/July 2018 Senior Secondary Schools certificate Examination results.
The examination council revealed that out of the 1,041,536 candidates who sat for the examinations, only 742,455 of the candidates got at least five credits including Mathematics and English Language.
NECO added that a total number of 20,181 candidates were involved in examination malpractices less than that of 2017.
If you don't see your result, note that your school have yet to submit your continuous assessment, you need to exercise patience and comment below with your email to tell you when your school is ready.

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NECO Announces The Release Of June/July 2018 SSCE Results

The nation's examination body NECO, that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education, have announce the released June/July 2018 exams.
In a statement signed by NECO's acting Registrar, Abubakar Gana, the National Examinations Council (NECO) on Monday, announced that it has released the June/July 2018 Senior Secondary Schools certificate Examination results.
The examination council revealed that out of the 1,041,536 candidates who sat for the examinations, only 742,455 of the candidates got at least five credits including Mathematics and English Language.
NECO added that a total number of 20,181 candidates were involved in examination malpractices less than that of 2017.
If you don't see your result, note that your school have yet to submit your continuous assessment, you need to exercise patience and comment below with your email to tell you when your school is ready.

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Monday, 6 August 2018

Jamb has announced its top seven best candidates in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.

The Joint Admissions Matriculation Board, JAMB, has announced its top seven best candidates in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.

The exam body said this became necessary as a means of making data for research, reportage and other national disposition available.

JAMB’s Head of Media and Publicity, Dr Fabian Benjamin, in a statement yesterday announced Galadima Zakari, a candidate who sat for the exam in Ogun State, as the best with a score of 364.

Earlier, reports had it that Ape Moses, a candidate from Benue State had the highest score of 354 in the 2018 UTME.

On Tuesday, June 29, 2018, a popular national newspaper (not DAILY POST) reported that Ape Moses, a student of New Covenant Christian College International, Makurdi, Benue State, was the best candidate in the just concluded UTME with a total score of 354.

Clarifying this, JAMB said Moses’ score in the exam is the highest among candidates from Benue State and the entire North-central Nigeria, while Zakari is the overall best.

The top four candidates are: Galadima Zakari with 364, Adekunle Jesufemi from Ogun State who sat for his examination in Abeokuta with 358, Alikah Oseghale from Edo State who sat for the examination in Ekpoma and scored 357, and Ademola Adetola from Ogun State who sat for the examination in Lagos and scored 355.

The Board spokesman also said Akinyemi Paul from Ogun State, Ape Moses from Benue State, and Obi-Obuoha Abiamamela from River State all came fifth with a tie score of 354 to complete the top seven.

He, however, advised individuals and organizations who want to use JAMB’s data for research purposes to always contact the exam body for up to date information.

“Our doors are always open to any request especially when the nation would be the ultimate beneficiary.

“The Board appeals to all interested individuals and organisations who want to use its data for research, reportage and other national necessary disposition to always contact it for accurate and up to date information so as not to misdirect the public into taking wrong and misleading conclusions,” he said.

DAILY POST notes that other purported highest scorers in 2018 UTME have been peddled on social media.

Recall that on Thursday, March 15, Aliyu Muhammad Sani Kaugama, a young boy from Jigawa state who scored 311, was celebrated on Facebook for purportedly emerging as the best candidate in the 2018 UTME.

A week after, another candidate, Ibukun Oduntan, reportedly emerged as the ‘best candidate’ in the just concluded 2018 UTME with 344 scores.

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UNIZIK Post-UTME/DE 2018: Cut-off marks, Dates, Eligibility and Registration Details

UNIZIK Post-UTME/DE registration, cut-off mark, eligibility, application cost, screening dates and deadline have been announced. General cut-off mark is 200 (however some courses are 180 and others 160). Cost is N2000. Deadline is 22nd August, 2018. Screening holds August 25th to September 4th, 2018. Details below;
The Nnamdi Azikiwe University has scheduled its 2018/2019 Post-UTME and Direct Entry screening exercise for candidates who made the university their first choice in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Exam (UTME) and Direct Entry as well as all NAU Affiliate institutions.
Screening Dates And Details
The screening exercise will hold from Saturday 25th August, 2018 to Tuesday 4th September, 2018. You will require the official Post-UTME Past questions and answers to adequately prepare and ensure a high score in this screening exercise.

The Screening dates for the various faculties are as stated below;
DAY 1: Saturday 25th August, 2018
Faculty: Arts and Physical Sciences
DAY 2: Monday 27th August, 2018
Faculty: Management Sciences, Bio Sciences
DAY 3: Tuesday, 28th August, 2018
Faculty: Engineering, Education, Basic Medical Sciences
DAY 4: Wednesday 29th August, 2018
Faculty: Health Sciences and Technology
DAY 5: Thursday 30th August, 2018
Faculty: Social Sciences, Pharmacy
Day 6: Friday 31st August, 2018
Faculty: Law, Environmental Sciences
DAY 7: Saturday 1st September, 2018
Faculty: Law, Environmental Sciences
DAY 8: Monday 3rd September, 2018
All Affiliate Institutions (UTME/DE)
1. Fed. College of Edu. (Technical) Umunze
2. Enugu State College of Edu. Technical
3. Auchi Polytechnic
4. Pope John Paul Seminary
DAY 9: Tuesday 4th September, 2018
DE for All NAU Candidates – All Faculties
Eligibility
Candidates who made Nnamdi Azikiwe University their first choice and have the required cut-off mark are eligible to apply.
Cut-off marks
Faculties / Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 200
Arts – English Language and Literature
Basic Medical Sciences – Anatomy and Physiology
Biosciences – Applied Microbiology and Brewing, Applied Biochemistry, Botany, Parasitology and Entomology and Zoology
Education – Educational Foundations, Educational Management & Policy
Engineering – Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
Health Sciences & Technology – Medical Lab Sciences, Nursing Science, Radiography, Medical Rehab (Physiotherapy)
Law
Management Sciences – Accountancy, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Cooperative Economics & Management, Marketing, Public Administration i. Medicine – Medicine
Pharmaceutical Sciences – Pharmacy
Physical Sciences – Computer Science, Pure & Industrial Chemistry, Physics & Industrial Physics, Geological Sciences
Social Sciences – Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Mass Communication, Sociology/Anthropology.
Programmes with 180 cut-off marks
Agriculture -Agric Econs & Extension, Animal Sciences & Fisheries, Forestry & Wildlife, Food Science & Technology, Soil Science, Crop Science
Arts – Igbo, African & Asian Studies, History & International Studies, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Modern European Languages, Religion & Human Relations, Theater and Film Studies and Chinese Studies
Education – Adult Education, Early Childhood & primary Education, Guidance and Counseling, human Kinetics & Health Education, Library & Information Science, Science Education and Vocational Education.
Engineering – Agric & Bio resources Engineering, Polymer & Textiles Engineering
Environmental Sciences – Architecture, Building, Quantity Surveying & Geoinformatics, Fine and applied Arts, Environmental management, Estate management
Physical Sciences – Mathematics and Statistics only
Health Sciences and Technology – Environmental Health only
Management Sciences – Entrepreneurial Studies only
Programmes with 160 cut-off marks
-Technical Education and All Affiliate Institutions
Registration Procedure
Registration starts on Monday, 6th August, 2018 and will end on Wednesday 22nd August, 2018.
-Visit portal.unizik.edu.ng
Click on “Create Account”
Enter your UTME Registration Number and valid email address and click “Send”. A verification code will be sent to your email instantly
Copy the verification code and click on “Continue”
On the form, enter your phone number, password, verification code (copied from email), select the access level and click “Submit”
Your login details will be sent to your email address instantly
Continue with the application by logging in with the login credentials sent to your email
After successful login, click on “Step One”, click on “Generate Application Form RRR”
Print the RRR (Remita) page, proceed to any bank of your choice nationwide to make a payment of N2000 only
Login to the portal, click “Step Two”, click on “Confirm payment”, enter the RRR number and click on “Verify payment”. If payment conformation is successful, or if you get a notification “Payment already verified”, then proceed to “Step Three”
Click on “Step Three”, click on “Fill Application Form”, fill out the application form. You can save each stage of the application and continue at a later time. Also you can edit your information as often as possible within the application period
Check the “I Agree” box and click on “Submit” button
-Print out the Application form and come along with it for your screening and Post-UTME/DE examination
Please note that candidates with WASCE and NABTEB should fill only their name, Exam No, Year and School/Centre where examination was taken.
Candidates can always go back to update their O’level result information for correctness.
Time and Requirements For The Screening Exercise
1. Accreditation of candidates commences at 7:00am each day. Candidates should adhere strictly to the time scheduled for screening examination
2. Print out the application form from the University portal and come along with it for your screening and Post-UTME/DE evaluation
3. The date and the time for each candidate’s examination will be shown on the Post-UTME/DE PRINT OUTS
Restrictions
1. Only bonafide candidates scheduled for the day’s examination and time shall be allowed into the university/Examination Hall.
2. Parents and Guardians are therefore strongly advised against attempting to enter the University Campus as security will be tight.
3. No GSM handsets, Scientific calculators or any Other extraneous materials shall be allowed into the examination hall.
4. Candidates who did not register online will not be allowed for the screening exercise
5. The University will not be liable for any payment made with wrong JAMB registration number at the bank
6. The University shall also not be liable for any fraudulent payments made anywhere that is not in line with the directives of the university.
made the University their first choice in the 2018 University Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry as well as all NAU Affiliate Institutions. The dates are outlined below: 1. SCREENING EXERCISE DATES: SATURDAY, 25TH AUGUST – TUESDAY, 4TH SEPTEMBER, 2018. Saturday, 25th August 2018: FACULTIES OF ARTS AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES. Monday, 27th August 2018: FACULTIES OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCES AND BIO-SCIENCES. Tuesday, 28th August 2018: FACULTIES OF ENGINEERING, EDUCATION AND BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES. Wednesday, 29th August 2018: FACULTIES OF HEALTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. Thursday, 30th August 2018: FACULTIES OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND PHARMACY. Friday, 31th August 2018: FACULTIES OF MEDICINE AND AGRICULTURE. Saturday, 1st September 2018: FACULTIES OF LAW AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES. Monday, 3rd September 2018: All Affiliate Institution ( FCT UMUNZE, ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, TECH, AUCHI POLY, POPE JOHN PAUL SEMINARY). Tuesday, 4th September 2018: DIRECT ENTRY EXAM FOR ALL FACULTIES. Eligibility 2. ELIGIBILITY: a. Candidates who made Nnamdi Azikiwe University their first choice and have the required cut-off mark are eligible to apply. b. The general cut-off mark is 200 except for Faculties/Departments indicated below: Faculties/Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 180 Agriculture – AgricEcons& Extension, Animal Science & Fisheries, Forestry & Wildlife, Food Science & Technology, Soil Science, Crop Science. Arts – Igbo, African& Asian Studies, History & International Studies, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Modern European Languages, Religion & Human Relations, Theatre and Film Studies, and Chinese Studies. Education – Adult Education, Early Childhood & Primary Education, Guidance and Counselling, Human Kinetics & Health Education, Library & Information Science, Science Education, and Vocational Education. Engineering – Agric & Bioresources Engineering, Polymer &Textiles Engineering. Environmental Sciences – Architecture, Building, Quantity Surveying &Geoinformatics, Fine and Applied Arts, Environmental management, Estate management Physical Sciences – Mathematics and Statistics only. Health Sciences and Technology – Environmental Health only. Management Sciences – Entrepreneurial Studies only. Faculties / Programmes with Cut-Off Mark of 200 a. Arts – English Language and Literature b. Basic Medical Sciences – Anatomy and Physiology c. Biosciences – Applied Microbiology and Brewing, Applied Biochemistry, Botany, Parasitology and Entomology and Zoology d. Education – Educational Foundations, Educational Management & Policy e. Engineering – Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial & Production Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering f. Health Sciences & Technology – Medical Lab Sciences, Nursing Science, Radiography, Medical Rehab (Physiotherapy) g. Law h. Management Sciences – Accountancy, Banking & Finance, Business Administration, Cooperative Economics & Management, Marketing, Public Administration i. Medicine – Medicine j. Pharmaceutical Sciences – Pharmacy k. Physical Sciences – Computer Science, Pure & Industrial Chemistry, Physics & Industrial Physics, Geological Sciences l. Social Sciences – Economics, Psychology, Political Science, Mass Communication, Sociology/Anthropology. Method Of Application CANDIDATES ARE REQUIRED TO REPRINT THEIR APPLICATION FORM FOR THE NEW SCREENING DATE AND TIME ON THE 16TH OF AUGUST, 2018 UNIZIK POST UTME Screening Application Closes Sunday 14th August,2018 Instruction visit www.portal.unizik.edu.ng Click on Create Account Enter your UTME REG Number and a valid email address (GMAIL ACCOUNT PREFERABLY, because there may be delays in receiving messages on other email accounts) and click Send. A verification code will be sent to your email instantly NOTE: if you send multiple email verification request, use the last VERIFICATION CODE sent to your email Copy the verification code and click on Continue On the form, enter your phone number, password, verification code (copied from email), select the access level and click on Submit NOTE: Your login (EMAIL AND THE PASSWORD YOU CHOSE)details will be sent to your email address instantly Continue with the application by logging in with the login (EMAIL AND THE PASSWORD YOU CHOSE) credentials sent to your email After successful login, click on Step One, click on Generate Application Form RRR Print the RRR (Remita) page, proceed to any bank of your choice nationwide to make a payment of N2,000 only Login to the portal, click on Step Two, click on Confirm Payments Type in the RRR for the Application Form in the RRR text box and click on 'Verify payment' Once the Confirmation for the payments is successful or if the notification is that your payment is already been confirmed , you can proceed to step Three to fill your application form IMPORTANT NOTICE Make sure you enable JavaScript in your browser and use latest version of any browser of your choice Once an account is created with an email, you cannot use another email to create account for that particular UTME Reg number PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU COLLECT THE USERNAME AND PASSWORD OF THE EMAIL CREATED FOR YOU BY THE CYBER CAFE ATTENDANT, AND KEEP THE PASSWORD OF YOU UNIZIK ACCOUNT SAFE.

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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

FUTA Post-UTME/DE 2018: Cut-off mark, Eligibility, Date And Registration Details

FUTA Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, screening date, application cost and deadline for the 2018/2019 Academic Session has been announced. Cut-off mark is 180. Application cost is N2000. Deadline is July 31st. Screening holds August 6th-9th, 2018. Full details below;
The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Computer-Based Post-UTME screening exercise for admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2018/2019 Academic session will commence on Monday, 6th August and end on Thursday, 9th August, 2018.
REGISTRATION: WEDNESDAY, 11TH JULY TO TUESDAY, 31ST JULY, 2018.
ELIGIBILITY: Candidates who scored a minimum of 180 in the 2018/2019 UTME conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and Direct Entry (DE) candidates who made the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) their First Choice Institution are eligible for the screening. In addition, each candidate must possess at least five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings. Candidates who do not participate in the Post-UTME screening will not be considered for admission. FUTA will not consider candidates with “Awaiting Results”. Candidates MUST have at least a pass in physics to qualify for admission into any programme in FUTA
SCREENING FEE: is N2, 000.00 (Two Thousand Naira) only payable at any bank on e-Tranzact platform only. The Original Post-UTME past questions of FUTA is curently not available. If you can obtain it, please do then upload it here and make good oney from it.
METHOD OF APPLICATION: Candidates are required to:
i. Visit the University website (www.futa.edu.ng ) for information
ii. Complete and submit the University Post-UTME Application form online; and
iii. Print out a copy.
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE: The Registration Form is mandatory for all eligible candidates to complete for the screening exercise. Please note that the candidate’s UTME Registration Number and the Full Names (as it is on JAMB Slip) be correctly provided at the point of payment and registration.
After payment, each candidate should visit the University’s website ( www.futa.edu.ng ) and complete an online Registration Form. The completed Form should be printed for the candidate’s use.
SCREENING SCHEDULE (2018/2019 ADMISSIONS EXERCISE)
DAY DATE SCHOOL(S)
1. Monday, 6th August, 2018 - School of Agriculture & Agricultural Technology (SAAT), School of Environmental Technology (SET), School of Earth and Mineral Sciences (SEMS), School of Health & Health Technology (SHHT)
2. Tuesday, 7th August, 2018 - School of Engineering & Engineering Technology (SEET)
3. Wednesday, 8th August, 2018 - School of Computing (SOC) and School of Sciences (SOS)
4. Thursday, 9th August, 2018 - MOP-UP/DIRECT ENTRY.
ALSO NOTE THAT:
(i) All candidates should bring along the following items to the screening venue:
(a) Depositor’s copy of Bank Teller indicating payments as appropriate;
(b) JAMB UTME Notification of Results/Registration slips;
(c) Printed copy of the completed FUTA Post-UTME Online Registration Form;
(d) Print-out of e-Tranzact payment receipt (collected from the Bank) and
(e) One passport photograph.
(f) Candidates who would like to have a feel of CBT Practice Module should visit FUTA WEBSITE. This is OPTIONAL.
(ii) The venue of the screening exercise is the FUTA Digital Resource Centre, “Obanla Campus”, The Federal University of Technology, Akure.
(iii) Candidates are NOT allowed to bring cell phones, I Pad, Walkman, wrist watches or any other electronic gadget and extraneous materials into the screening hall.
(iv) For more information or clarification or other issues, candidates can visit the University website www.futa.edu.ng or call 08076981207, 08068209911 AND 08118770353
(v) Candidates who chose to study Financial Management Technology in FUTA are advised to change to other Institutions as the programme is NOT OFFERED in the University
NOTE: Any UTME candidate who fails to present himself/herself for the Computer-Based Screening Exercise will NOT be considered for admission by the University.
SIGNED
R. A. ARIFALO
Registrar
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UNICAL Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off mark, Eligibility, Dates And Registration Details

UNICAL Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, eligibility, screening dates, application cost and deadlline for 2018/2019 academic sesion have been announced. Cut-off mark is 150. Application cost is N2000. Deadline is August 4th, 2018. Screening holds August 13th-18th. See full details below;
We make this announcement for the benefit of all candidates who scored 150 and above in the Joint Admissions & Matriculation Examination and who have chosen University of Calabar as their First Choice in their application for admission into the University for the 2018/2019 academic session.
The First Choice aptitude test exercise has been scheduled to take place from Monday, August 13 to Saturday, August 18, 2018

Payment And Registration Procedure
The following options are available:
1. E-transact option:
This option is available in all commercial banks nationwide. At the bank your are required to pay and obtain an E-transact PIN. With the PIN log into the portal http://www.myunical.edu.ng and click on the UTME Admission Screening link then follow the instructions on the portal after login.
2. Scratch Card Option:
This option is available in the following banks within Calabar Metropolis ONLY:
a. Unical Microfinance Bank
b. WEMA Bank
c. First city Monument Bank
d. Heritage Bank
e. Zenith Bank Plc
On obtaining the scratch card proceed as follows:
LOG ON TO http://www.myunical.edu.ng and click on the UTME Admission Screening link
On the home page, enter your correct JAMB Registration Number in the box provided
Enter the scratch card pin in the box provided
Click on login and follow the online instructions.
Confirm your entries and CLICK ON SUBMIT
Print out the completed form.
THE FOLLOWING CHARGES SHALL APPLY:
1. (I) Aptitude Test = N2,000.
OPENING OF PORTAL/REGISTRATION
Registration will start from Thursday, July 12, 2018 , when the portal will be open. Please note that the portal will however be shut down at 12.00 mid night on Saturday, August 4, 2018 .
NOTE:
(i) Candidates are required to come with their original UTME result slip showing the Candidate’s photograph
(ii) The Post UTME exercise is
(iii) Special candidate with any form of disability should please indicate during registration.
IT MUST BE FURTHER NOTED THAT:
a. Impersonation is a serious offence and anyone caught will be handed over to the Law Enforcement Agents and may be liable to up to 5 years imprisonment
b. Any candidate who fails to take part in the screening exercise automatically loses his or her chance of being considered for admission.
c. Early commencement of registration is advised to avoid congestion in the dying hours.
d. Candidates are advised to check the Portal from Tuesday, August 7, 2018 for their venue and time of the CBT. Candidates are strictly advised to ensure that their correct phone numbers are provided while filling the form online as the University will communicate with them directly.
HELP DESK
Zellence Unical Office
Database Office, Philosophy Department
University of Calabar
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Monday, 9 July 2018

MOUAU Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off mark, Eligibility And Registration Details

MOUAU Post-UTME Registration, cut-off mark, eligibility, application cost and screening deadline for the 2018/2019 Academic Session have been published. The Cut-off mark is 180. Online screening begins July 9th and ends September 7th. See full details below;
Eligibility: All candidates who scored 180 and above and made Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike first Choice are eligible.
Requirements: Beginning from Monday 9th July, 2018 and closes midnight on Friday 7th September 2018, candidates are required to register online for the Admission screening.

Registration Procedure
To register, candidates must proceed as follows:
1. Candidates are to visit the University Website at www.mouau.edu.ng
2. Click on the 2018/2019 Admission Screening banner
3. Enter a valid email address for records purposes
4. Input JAMB Registration number. This leads you to the Remita payment platform where an RRR number is generated with which payment of N2000.00 will be made. Payment can be made by debit/credit card or by taking your RRR number to any bank nationwide and deposit cash. Return to the Website to continue your registration
5. NOTE: Transaction charges apply (P.S: If you encounter any challenge after payment, kindly send an email to the University Portal Office at support@mouau.edu.ng)
6. Register by filling an online Application form and selecting proposed Department and other requisite details.
7. Candidates are required to input their O’Level qualifying details for WAEC/NECO/NABTEB results obtained in not more than two sittings, Type of Exam, Year of Result, Scratch card details (PIN and Serial Number on the card).
8. Fetch result from examining body (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB)
9. Confirm that the WAEC/NECO/NABTEB result fetched is correct before submission of form.
10. Kindly note that O’Level results and number of sittings are weighted.
11. Candidates awaiting 2018 WAEC/NECO are advised not to register until these results are available. To avoid need for updates.
12. NOTE: Some fields are prefilled and cannot be changed
13. Fill the form, submit and take print-out after executing the Submit button. System sends a copy of submitted form to your email for record purposes.
14.Kindly note that the University is not liable for any wrong information entered by candidates
15. Candidates are advised to check the University Portal for their screening results 7 working days after registration.
Note: Candidates awaiting 2018 WAEC/NECO are advised not to register until these results are available. To avoid need for updates.
Admission status
Candidates should regularly check the University website for further information on their admission status.
SIGNED
Mrs Jacinta N. Ogwo-Agu
REGISTRAR
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Thursday, 5 July 2018

ABSU Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off Mark, Eligibility And Registration Details

ABSU Post-UTME Registration cut-off mark, Eligibility, application fee, deadline and all relevant details have been announced. Cut-off marks is 150. Application fee is N2000. Registration period is Thursday 5th July, 2018 to Friday 27th July, 2018. Read complete details below;
All candidates who selected Abia State University as their First or Second choice,those who intend to change to ABSU as their First choice and those who did not use ABSU as their choice at all but want to be admitted into the University, who scored up to the University cut-off of 150 and above in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), are hereby invited to register for Aptitude Test exercise. All Direct Entry candidates are also invited for the Aptitude Test.
The Registration forms for the Aptitude Test are available on-line from Thursday 5thJuly, 2018. The date for the aptitude test will be announced later.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Eligible candidates should Log on to the ABSU portal (abiastateuniversity.edu.ng ) and generate an invoice.
Proceed to any branch of our designated Banks listed below and pay N2,000.00 only.
ABSU Microfinance Bank; Sky Bank Plc;
Zenith Bank Plc; First Bank Plc; Ecobank Plc,
Fidelity Bank Plc; Union Bank Plc; UBA Plc.
-Get back to the ABSU portal (abiastateuniversity.edu.ng ) and click on Applicant.
-Select ABSU Aptitude Test
Complete the Application Form, ensure you upload a clear passport photograph to avoid rejection of candidate and download a copy as an evidence of registration.
CLOSING DATE:
The closing date for the registration of the Aptitude Test is Friday, 27thJuly, 2018.
Dr. (Mrs) Evelyn N. Iheukwumere
Registrar

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UNIPORT Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off mark, Date, Eligibility And Registration Details

UNIPORT Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, screenimng dates, eligibility, application cost, deadline and other relevant details have been announced. Cut-off mark is 180, application fee is N2000, Deadline is July 22nd. Screening begins July 30th - August 4th, 2018. see complete details below
The University of Port Harcourt hereby invites candidates who chose the University as First Choice in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and obtained a minimum score of 180, to apply for Screening Exercise for admission into the University.
The screening exercise will hold from July 30th to August 4th, 2018.
Schedule of the Screening Exercise is as indicated below:
SCHEDULE FOR THE 2018 POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE
Monday, 30th July, 2018
8.00am – 12 noon - Humanities
1.00pm – 5.00pm- Law
Tuesday, 31st July, 2018
8.00am – 12 noon -  Medicine & Surgery
1.00pm – 5.00pm - Medicine & Surgery
Wednesday, 1st August, 2018
8.00am – 12 noon - Science
1.00pm – 5.00pm - Pharmacy
Thursday, 2nd August, 2018
8.00am – 12 noon - Nursing
1.00pm – 5.00pm - Management Sciences
Friday, 3rd August, 2018
8.00am – 12 noon- Engineering
1.00pm – 5.00pm - Education
Saturday, 4th August, 2018
Social Sciences/Anatomy/Physiology/SSLT/
Agriculture/Dentistry
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
- Eligible candidates are to visit http://registrationportal.uniport.edu.ng/ input UTME Registration Number and confirm pre-loaded UTME details.
- Print out Payment Slip
- Proceed to any of the following Banks with Remita platform(ACCESS BANK PLC, ECOBANK PLC, FIDELITY BANK PLC, FIRST BANK PLC,FCMB, UBA PLC, AND UNIPORT-CHOBA MICROFINANCE BANK) and make payment of N2,000.00 only.
- Obtain a Remita receipt showing an Access Code from the Bank Teller confirming the payment.
- Proceed back online and Login with your UTME Registration Number and the Access Code on the payment slip, from Wednesday, 11thJuly, 2018.
- Complete the Form online as requested.
- Upload your passport photograph with red background not more than 1 x 1 inch.
- Click on the “submit button” and print Photo Card for the Screening Exercise clearance
- Note the date and time of Screening on the Photo Card.
CANDIDATES WHO FAIL TO REGISTER WITHIN THE REGISTRATION PERIOD WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SCREENING EXERCISE.
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE
Candidates are required to come with the following:
- A clear copy of the Photo Card printed online and pen.
- A photocopy of O’Level Examination Certificate(s) (WASCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB) and Birth Certificate or Affidavit of Age Declaration.
NOTE:
- Inconsistency in name or picture on Photo Card will not be acceptable to the University and may lead to disqualification of affected candidates. Candidates’ names on their O’Level Certificates, UTME results and other registration documents must be the same.
- Candidates must be at least sixteen (16) years of age by October, 2018 to be eligible for the exercise.
- Mobile Phones, Ipad, Ipod, Walkman and similar gadgets or any extraneous materials will not be allowed into the Screening Venue and its environs.
- Candidates must apply within the Registration period as the online link for the Application Form will be disabled at MID-NIGHT ON SUNDAY, 22NDJULY, 2018.
- Candidates must report to the designated Screening Venues at the time scheduled on the Photo Card or risk disqualification.
- PARENTS AND GUARDIANS, AS WELL AS UNINVITED SECURITY AGENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED INTO THE CAMPUS ON THE DAYS OF THE SCREENING EXERCISE.
- For Technical support services during registration, send an email to: putme2018@uniport.edu.ng
- For further enquiries, please call any of the following numbers: 08091153162, 08185945712, 08175125591
CLOSING DATE: Sunday, 22nd July, 2018
Signed:
MRS. DORCAS D. OTTO
REGISTRAR

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UNIUYO Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off Mark, Eligibility Dates And Registration Details

UNIUYO Post-UTME Registration, Cut-off mark, Screening date, screening fee, registration deadline for the 2018/2019 academic session has been published. Cut-off mark is 180. Screening begins July 23rd and end July 25th. Deadline is July 22nd. Full details below;
The University of Uyo hereby invites candidates who made the University their 1st Choice in the 2018/2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and had a minimum score of 180 to apply for Screening.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Eligible candidates should pay a non-refundable sum of N2, 000.00 (Two thousand naira) only via the University Portals.
Online Registration and Payment Instruction.
1. Visit http://uniuyo.edu.ng/eportals or uniuyo.edu.ng (Click on e-portals link)
2. Select Admission Forms Link
3. Select Post-UTME as the Admission Form Type
4. Enter your phone Number and Email address
5. Click on MAKE PAYMENT NOW button to make payment
6. Payment can be made online using ATM Card/Internet Banking or at any branch of all the Commercial Banks using pre-payment slip through Remita
7. After payment return to the online portal and click on Register Link to obtain your login credentials to complete your
8. Printout the 2018/2019 Screening Exercise Schedule Slip
REQUIREMENTS
Note: (i) The same passport photograph used for the online registration will be used during the screening exercise and for registration after the offer of admission. photograph will be entertained after submission. automatically be
(i) Inconsistency in passport on the registration slip will not be acceptable to the University. Candidates’ names on their O/L results, UTME results and other registration documents must be the same.
Candidates are required to come for the screening exercise with the following items: academic qualifications SSCE,O/L,NECO, NABTEB etc. ONLINE registration form duly completed with the passport-size photograph printed in printout red background with name, UTME registration number and signature of the candidates on the reverse side of the photograph.
These should be packed in quarto-size envelope and labeled with name, department and JAMB registration number.
VENUE FOR THE SCREENING: As indicated on candidates’ Registration slip
CLOSING DATE: SUNDAY, JULY 22, 2018
SCHEDULE POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE: 2018/2019 SESSION
The screening exercise will hold from July 23rd - July 25th.
The schedule for the Screening Exercise is as indicated below:
S/N DAY/DATE VENUE TIME
DAY 1 - MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018
1.
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE
Agric. Economics & Extension , Animal Science,
Crop Science, Fisheries & Aquaculture, Food Science & Technology, Forestry & Wildlife,
Home Economics, Soil Science.
AGRIC. LECTURE HALL, ANNEX CAMPUS
8.00 a.m
FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Architecture, Building, Estate Management, Fine & Industrial Arts,
Geoinformatics & Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Urban & Regional Planning.
BARTH EBONG, ANNEX CAMPUS
FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology
CBN HALL
FACULTY OF PHARMACY
ONYEMA UGOCHUKWU HALL, TOWN CAMPUS
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Agricultural Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Food Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering
1000 CAPACITY LECTURE THEATRE, MAIN CAMPUS
FACULTY OF SCIENCE
Botany & Ecological Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, Statistics, Animal & Environmental Biology.
250 TETFUND BUILDING AND ELF LECTURE THEATER
DAY 2 - TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018
2
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
Accounting Ed., Agricultural Ed., Biology Ed, Chemistry Ed., Computer Science Ed., Economics Ed., , Efik/Ibibio Ed , English Ed., Fine Arts Ed., French Ed., Geography Ed., Guidance and Counseling Ed., Health Edu., History Ed., Home Economics Ed., Integrated Sciences Edu., Library Science Ed., Mathematics Ed., Physical Ed., Physics Ed., Political Science Ed., Pre-primary & Primary Ed., Religion Ed., Social Studies Ed., Special Ed , Technical Education (Auto/Metal Technology, Elect/Elect. Technology Ed,
Wood/Building Technology).
NEDU UP & DOWN, TOWN CAMPUS
8.00 a.m
FACULTY OF ARTS
Communication Arts , English , Efik/Ibibio, French, History & Intl. Studies, Linguistics, Music , Philosophy, Religious & Cultural Studies, Theatre Arts
CBN & 49/50, TOWN CAMPUS
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Accounting , Banking and Finance, Business Management, Insurance , Marketing
BARTH EBONG HALL, ANNEX CAMPUS
FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
Economics, Geography & Regional Planning , Political Science and Public Administration,
,Sociology & Anthropology, Psychology
ONYEMA UGOCHUKWU HALL, TOWN CAMPUS
FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES
Medicine& Surgery (MBBS)
1000 CAPACITY LECTURE THEATRE, MAIN CAMPUS
FACULTY OF LAW
250 ELF LECTURE THEATRE, MAIN
CAMPUS
3.
Day 3, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018
Spillover
ONYEMA UGOCHUKWU HALL, TOWN CAMPUS
8.00 a.m
For more information visit our website: http://uniuyo.edu.ng Contact
Admissions Unit: 08127691825, 08146129875
Bursary: 08175613895
ICT: 08165382618

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Wednesday, 4 July 2018

WAEC May/June SSCE Results 2018 Released - See Performance Statistics and how to check it

WAEC 2018 Senior School Certficate Examination SSCE Results have been released. “786,016 candidates representing 49.98% obtained credits and above in minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics. Full details below;
Announcing the release of the results at the National office of the council in Lagos, the head of Nigeria Office, Mr Olu Adenipekun disclosed that. 786,016 candidates representing 49.98% obtained credits and above in minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
It was gathered that a total of 1,578,846 candidates registered for the examination from 17,886 recognised secondary schools in Nigeria. Out of the registered candidates, 1,572,396 candidates sat the examination.
Out of the number that sat for the exam in Nigeria, 1,470,338 candidates, representing 93.51% have their results fully processed and released. The Certificates of such candidates will be ready in 90 days from today.
102,058 candidates representing 6.49% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to the candidates in the course of registration or writing the examination.
A further break down of the results shows that 1,213,244 candidates representing 76.84% obtained credits and above in a minimum of any five subjects (i.e with or without English Language and/or Mathematics.)
“858,424 candidates representing 54.59% obtained credits and above in a minimum of five subjects including English Language but without Mathematics.
“786,016 candidates representing 49.98% obtained credits and above in minimum of five subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
“In this category were 389,655 male and 396,361 female, representing 47.32% and 52.92% respectively. ”
Candidates can proceed to WAEC's official website https://www.waecdirect.org/ to check their results using the result checker pin and serial number contained on their smart identity card used during the conduct of the examination.

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Nekede Poly Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off Mark, Eligibility and Registration Details

NEKEDE POLY Post-UTME registration, cut-off mark, application cost and deadline for 2018/2019 academic session have been announced by the management of the polytechnic. Cut-off mark is 180, application cost is N2000. Application deadline is July 31st, 2018. See details below;
Eligibility
All 2018/2019 UTME candidates who applied to Federal Polytechnic Nekede, owerri as institution of first or second choice with a UTME score of 180 and above.
They are to purchase the screening form for a fee of N2,000, payable on the remita platform at any branch of any commercial bank nationwide.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates are to
visit: http://ndapplication.fpno.edu.ng/ to generate invoice and complete application form.
Application fee is N2000
The following are required:
(a)   O’level Result (WASSCE, NECO & NABTEB).
(b) UTME Score.
(c)   JAMB subject combination for the course applied.
Closing Date:
Duration: All submissions and payments must be completed on or before 31st July,2018.
NB: Any wrong information supplied, disqualifies the candidate.
I.M. Aligbe
Registrar

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FUTO Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off mark, Dates, Eligibility And Registration Details

FUTO post-UTME Form for 2018/2019 Academic sesssion is now out. The cut-off mark is 180. The Post-UTME registration begins on Wednesday, 4th July 2018 and closes on Saturday 21st July 2018, while the Screening Aptitude test is expected to hold Monday, July 23, 2018, to Saturday, July 28, 2018 . Please read all information on this page for details.
Candidates who chose Federal University of Technology, Owerri as First Choice University in the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) are hereby invited to apply for an aptitude test, provided such candidates scored a minimum of 180 in their UTME. Those who did not choose FUTO as First Choice University but scored a minimum of 180 in their UTME can also apply on the condition that they visit the JAMB website for a change of Institution.
Application commences on Wednesday, 4th July 2018 and closes on Saturday 21st July 2018
Duration of the Aptitude Test
The Aptitude Test will hold from Monday, July 23, 2018, to Saturday, July 28, 2018 . The specific time and date for individual candidates would be communicated in due course.
Method of Application
1. To apply, follow the steps outlined below:
1. Visit the University website: futo.edu.ng
2. Click on Prospective students.
3. Click on the link; “ 2018/2019 POST-UTME Application ”.
4. Enter your JAMB Registration Number to generate Payment Invoice containing the
Remita Retrieval Reference Number (RRR) .
5. Proceed to any Bank with the payment invoice OR simply pay with your ATM Card.
6. Return to the Application page and enter your JAMB Registration number again.
7. Proceed with the completion of the form.
8. Correctly enter your O’Level results.
9. Confirm your entries.
10. Submit your application.
11. Print out your acknowledgement slip.
12. Await further communication from the University.
1. Eligible candidates would be required to pay a processing fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00 ).
Note:
1. You must enter a valid mobile number and e-mail address for further communications.
2. Those who fail to register within the period
WILL NOT be qualified for the Aptitude Test.
3. Any candidate who fails to successfully submit his application online would automatically lose his/her chance of being considered for admission.
For support, contact:
E-Mail: ict@futo.edu.ng
Hotline: 08139833300

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UNN Post-UTME 2018: Screening Dates, Cut-off Mark & Registration Period Announced

UNN Post-UTME Screening date and registration period for 2018/2019 academic session has been announced. The Post-UTME screening test will commence on Monday, July 23rd, 2018 and end on Wednesday 1st, August 2018. Registration exercise for the Post-UTME screening exercise will start on 5 July 2018 and end on 21st July 2018 on the university Portal.
Prospective students who made UNN their first choice and scored 180 and above should apply on the Portal as from 5th July for the screening exercise.
Prospective visually impaired students who made UNN their first choice and scored 120 and above should also apply on the Portal as from 5th July.
Direct Entry Screening Exam is scheduled on the 1st, August 2018.
Mop-up for Post-UTME is scheduled to take place on 1 August 2018.
Please endeavor to arrive at the venue 2 hours before your exam for accreditation.
A fully detailed timetable for the Post-UTME screening tests will be published on the UNN website later.
Comprehensive information will be published on Thursday 5th July in The Sun and Guardian Newspapers.

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UNIBEN Post-UTME 2018: Cut-off mark, Dates, Eligibility And Registration Details

UNIBEN Post-UTME registration, screening date, cut-off mark, application cost, deadline and other relevant details have been announced. Cut-off mark is 200. The screening holds 27th July, 2018 and 11th, August, 2018. Registration deadline is July 22nd, 2018.
The University of Benin (UNIBEN) Admission Screening Exercise for 2018/2019 Academic Session; will take place between 27th July, 2018 and 11th August, 2018 in designated centres within the Ugbowo Campus of the University.
The Screening Exercise shall be conducted using the Computer Based Test (CBT) mode.
All candidates are expected to be seated, latest one hour before the stipulated time for their screening exercise. PLEASE NOTE: Only candidates who applied through JAMB for the 2018/2019 UTME Admission and chose University of Benin as First Choice and scored 200 and above are eligible for this Screening Exercise.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
All applications should be made between 8.00am 4th July 2018 and Midnight of 22nd July 2018.
The procedure for the Admission Screening Application is as follows:
Candidates are advised to have a valid e-mail account before starting the application process.
1. Visit uniben.edu
2. Click on WAEUP Student Portal
3. Click on Register for application at the top left of the displayed page to
4. Enter your Surname exactly as written on the JAMB Registration slip and your JAMB Registration Number immediately, your ID and Password will be displayed on the
5. On the WAEUP KOFA Student Portal lick on ‘Login’ (top right of front page).
6. Enter your Username and the password to
7. To start the application process, please click on ‘Application record’, provide all required information and upload your passport
8. Upload a RECENT and CLEAR “1x1” COLOUR PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH WITH RED BACKGROUND IN JPEG FORMAT ONLY. Great care should also be taken to follow the specified formats on the UNIBEN website and portal. NOTE that the photograph uploaded will be the only valid ID for all admitted candidates throughout their stay in the University of FAILURE TO UPLOAD THE SPECIFIED PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH WILL LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION and failure/forfeiture of admission.
9. To pay for the Application, click on “Add online payment ticket” at the bottom of the page, then click on “Pay Via Remita” on the top left corner of the page, follow the instruction to pay the application fee of N 2,000:00; with a valid ATM-Enabled Card from any Commercial Bank in Nigeria
10. Preview and confirm your information before submitting your application online. (No correction will be accepted after the closing date).
1. Go back online on the appointed date to print out the acknowledgement slip that contains your specific screening
The grouping of courses for Screening.
S/N GROUP COURSE CATEGORIES / FACULTY
1 SOCIAL SCIENCES
Social Sciences
Management Sciences
Education – Social Sciences
Education – Management Sciences
Mathematics and Economics
Statistics
2 PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Engineering
Environmental Science
Physical Sciences
Education – Physical Sciences
Technical Education
3 LIFE SCIENCES
Medicine
Dentistry
Basic Medical Sciences
Pharmacy
Life Sciences
Education Life Sciences
Agriculture
4 ARTS
Law
Arts
Education Arts
Candidates should go back on-line on 25th July, 2018 to check for their specific Day, Venue and Time for the Screening
NOTE that GSM phones and calculators are NOT allowed.
Closing Date:
Application website closes by midnight of 22nd July, 2018 (i.e. all applications must be concluded online not later than 22nd July 2018).
Candidates who pay after the deadline of Midnight 22nd July 2018 will not be screened. Signed
O. A. Oshodin (Mrs.)
Registrar
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Tuesday, 3 July 2018

19 Students Expelled From YABATECH Over Malpractice

The Yaba College of Technology, popularly known as YABATECH has expelled 19 students over various offences relating to examination malpractices.
The affected students belongs to different faculties and cut across both full-time and part-time programmes.
These students were said to have committed the offences during the second semester examinations in the 2016/2017 academic session. Three circulars were dispatched, and all circulars were signed by the Deputy Registrar, Academics, Mrs M.O. Osidipe and dated 27th June.
Each also indicated that the Academic Board took the decision on behalf of the management at its meetings variously held on 28th May, 30th May, and 7th June.
Below is a screenshot of the circulars and names of expelled students:
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FULOKOJA Expels A First Class Student And 12 Others

The management of the Federal University, Lokoja, have disclosed that it has expelled 13 final year students, over alleged leakage of question papers during the second semester examination in November last year.
According to report, the students, all from the Economics Department, purchased the exam questions paper from a driver who worked in the department.
One of the students was said to be on the verge of bagging a first class with a cumulative grade point of 5.0.
The VC of the university said that the affected students have been given the right of appeal if they are not satisfied with the decision of the University Senate which approved their expulsion adding that the university had done proper investigation before arriving at the decision.
It was also gathered that the university is also investigating to fish out other staff who may have been involved in this.
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Monday, 2 July 2018

BASU Part-Time Degree Admission, 2018/2019 Announced

Applications for admission into the 2018/2019 Academic Session for the Bauchi State University Gadau (BASUG) Part Time Degree Programs are hereby invited from suitably qualified candidates. The BASUG part time degree will run for a period of five (5) to (6) years.
All lectures for the part time studies will be conducted between weekends or from Fridays, Saturdays and sometimes Sundays. Further, the program may cover vacations. All intending applicants who may not have had the opportunity to be admitted into the regular program will now have the opportunity to earn their various degrees. Additionally, Working class candidates can have a golden opportunity to earn a university degree, if they avail themselves to grab this opportunity. Click here to download details on the part time degree program.
BENEFITS
The same curriculum with the regular
Flexibility
The same lecturers/experts
Best quality teaching and research personnel
World class state of the art facilities in our new campus
The same degree managed and approved by the same senate
National University Commission (NUC) approved
Entrepreneurship and Computer applications training
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
(A) Five (5) Years Part-Time Program
WAEC/NECO Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSC), General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (GCE O’ Level), National Technical Certificate/National Business Certificate with Credits in five (5) relevant subjects obtained at not more than two sittings. A credit in O’ Level English Language is required for all courses.
(B) Four (4) Years (Extended / Part-Time) Program
Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) with at least Merit in two core/Teaching subjects, GCE ‘A’ Level, OND/HND in relevant areas with at least Lower Credit or Academic Diploma from recognized Universities are required in addition to (A) above.
AVAILABLE COURSES FOR THE PART TIME DEGREE PROGRAMS
Faculty of Management and Social Sciences
i. B.Sc. Accounting
ii. B.Sc. Business Administration
iii. B.Sc. Public Administration
TUITION FEE
Tuition fee per session as approved by the University is as follows:
Indigene: ₦50,000
Non-Indigene: ₦70,000
HOW TO APPLY
Online Application Forms are now available for a fee of Five Thousand Naira Only (N5,000) to be paid into the following University’s First Bank Account.
Account Name: BASUG
Account No.: 2019665054
Bank: First Bank Nig. Plc
Obtain Payment Receipt from the bank and proceed to any of the following Bursary Units of the University to collect a Scratch Card Pin to be used to fill the Online Application Form.
Bursary Unit,
Bauchi State University Gadau, Gadau Main Campus, Gadau, Azare, Bauchi State
Bursary Unit,
Bauchi State University Gadau, Bauchi Campus, Yuli Darazo Road, Bauchi, Bauchi State
Bursary Unit,
Bauchi State University Gadau, Misau Campus, Misau, Bauchi State
Visit the University’s Website at www.basug.edu.ng to fill the Online Application Form using the Scratch Card Pin obtained from the Bursary.
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TASUED Post-UTME/DE 2018: Eligibility, Cut-off Mark, Date And Registration Details

This is to inform the general public that the POST-UTME screening exercise of Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) for the 2018/2019 session will take place as indicated below:
1. THOSE WHO MAY APPLY
i. UTME Candidates who chose TASUED as first/second choice institution or seeking a change of institution to TASUED through JAMB, having scored a minimum of 180 in the 2018 UTME.
ii. Direct Entry candidates with A level/OND/HND/NCE/JUPEB qualification who chose TASUED as first/second choice institution or seeking a change of institution to TASUED through JAMB and have obtained 2018 Direct Entry JAMB form.
2. METHOD OF APPLICATION (LOG IN PROCEDURE)
i. Candidates should apply online through the TASUED Admission portal on https://my.tasued.edu.ng/admission
NB: The www.tasued.edu.ng is the ONLY legitimate and authentic website of TASUED through which the Admission portal can be accessed.
ii. Each candidate is required to make the payment of N2000 for the screening exercise payable online with either Master card or VISA ATM card.
(Please print out your receipt after payment)
iii. Candidates are required to fill and complete the online Application Form by providing all the required information. It is MANDATORY for all applicants to use the University's Online Result Verification System (ORVS) to submit and verify their O 'level result.
(Please download and read the University Degree Brochure and carefully study the O'Level requirements for the courses applied for, before filling the online Application Form)
iv. Print the Screening Slip containing your colour passport photograph and screening information. The printed slip will serve as candidate's identification/admission card for the screening exercise.
v. The sale of the online Screening Form/Registration commences on 3rd July, 2018 and closes on 13th August, 2018.
Note that wrong/false information provided by any candidate shall render the application invalid and such candidates shall be disqualified.
3. SCREENING DATES/DETAILS
Screening exercise shall be conducted for all UTME candidates at the Main Campus of the University on 14th August, 2018.
The screening date for Direct Entry (200 Level) applicants shall be announced at a later date.
Candidates' participation in the screening exercise is a mandatory requirement for entry into Tai Solarin University of Education.
SCREENING REQUIREMENTS
Candidates should prepare for the screening exercise and bring along the following:
(i) Colour print-out of the online Application Form
(ii) Original JAMB Examination Notification of Result slip or Direct Entry Registration Slip.
(iii) Screening Slip and Receipt.
WARNING:
(i) Cell phones (GSM, CDMA, etc.) and other electronic devices are not allowed at the venue of the screening exercise
(ii) Candidates are to arrive at the screening venue an hour before the commencement of the exercise.
The results of the screening exercise should be checked on the Admission portal after the screening exercise.
All correspondence on the screening exercise should be directed to admissions@tasued.edu.ng or addressed to the Admissions Officer at the University Main Campus, Ijagun, P.M.B. 2118, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State.
Telephone Nos: 08037195133, 08053026808
Signed
FRANCIS O. ODUTUGA, FNIM, ACIPM
Ag. Registrar
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General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice Candidates - Must Read

This is to inform you that the Vice Chancellors, Rectors of all tertiary institutions have agreed to conduct Post-UTME for 1st Choice Candidates between 2nd July to 16th October, 2018, while Post-UTME for 2nd Choice Candidates will commence between 17th October to 17th December.
If we are to interpret thes released dates literally, it simply means that all institutions will conduct two sets of Post-UTME Screenings. The first will be for those who selected the institution as 1st choice, and later, they will conduct for those who selected them as 2nd choice. No information was released about 3rd or 4th Choice Selections.
We're not certain how these institutions intend to manage these screenings, or whether or not 1st choice candidates have more quota than 2nd choice candidates.
We expect schools to be more transparent, and give explicit information about their conduct of Post-UTME Screening for this 2018/2019 session. They should be able to state whether or not they are conducting a separate screening for those who selected them as 2nd choice or not. This will help the candidates make better decisions on whether or not they need to change their institutions.
Please ensure you check the 3circletips.com.ng Website Daily from now on, as schools are expected to rapidly release information, and this is the only website you can easily keep track of all schools.

Meanwhile, we got information that JAMB actually raised the 2018 Cut-Off for Entry into Universities to 140, while Polytechnic Cut-Off is now 120, and then 100 for Colleges. This information does not really have any significant impact as the respective schools are to give the final cut-off marks for admission, while releasing their Post-UTME Information.
This is all the information we have about this, so if you have any further information, please post it as a comment below.
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Sunday, 1 July 2018

JAMB Upgrades Cut-Off Marks for 2018 Admissions into Universities

According to the report reaching us suggests that JAMB has upgraded the Cut-Off Marks for Admissions into tertiary institutions as follows; Universities - 140, Polytechnics - 120, Colleges - 100, Institutes - 110. Please continue reading to see implications of this below.
There's absolutely no need to panic about the upgrade in cut-off marks. As we reported earlier, the schools are absolutely responsible for releasing the final cut-off marks for taking Post-UTME in the institution. This information will be released as the school is releasing information about their post-UTME.
This however means that no school will be able to take any candidate, who scores below the minimum JAMB score as categorised above.

General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice,
Please ensure you always visit the 3circletips.com.ng Website on a daily basis to get Post-UTME updates from all schools. You will be able to track each school easily from here.
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Thursday, 21 June 2018

JAMB 2018 Admission Policy Meeting To Be Televised Live On NTA

TheJAMB's Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin while
speaking yesterday ahead of the 2018 JAMB Policy Meeting
Scheduled to hold on June 26th, 2018 has disclosed that the
proceedings of the meeting will be televised live on NTA from
11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
The meeting which will be held for the first time in the South-
West region of the country (Osun State) will have in
attendance all the stakeholders including heads of all tertiary
institutions in the country as well as South-West State
Governors.
According to Dr Banjamin there will be a live coverage of the
meeting on NTA from 11:30a.m. to 1:30p.m, so that Nigerians
can follow the proceedings and also be able to get first-hand
information on how the admission would be conducted,
especially the requirements needed.
He mentioned that the determined objective of the board is to
ensure that every prospective candidate is treated fairly and
equally under a transparent platform.
He equally disclosed that this year's admission will be
conducted through the Central Admission Processing System
(CAPS) as it was done last year.
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Monday, 11 June 2018

Neco Chemistry obj and theory expo 2018


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NECO 2018 CHEMISTRY OBJ & THEORY ANSWERS

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CHEMISTRY OBJ:

1-10: DADBCADBCA
11-20: DCDBDBEDDC
21-30: CBDEDBAAEA
31-40: ECCADAEDEB
41-50: EAADDACBBC
51-60: ADDDBACBEB

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1a)
I. isotopy is a phenomenon whereby an atom of an element exhibit different mass number but have the same atomic number.
II. isomerism is existent of two or more compound (known as isomers) with the same molecular formulae but different molecular structure

1aii)
i)Deuterium
ii)tritium'

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1bi)
CLICK HERE FOR THE DIAGRAM

Bottomed flask and set up the apparatus as shown. Add conc HCl gradual into the flask through the thistle funnel pass the gas produced through water and concentrated tetraoxosulphate (iv) and collect it by downward delivery.
2KMnO4(aq)+16HCl-->2MaCl2(aq)+8H2O(s)+5Cl2(aq)

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1bii)
i)it is use as a bleaching agent
ii)it is use as disinfectant in the treatment of water
iii)it is use as an oxidizing agent

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1ci)
GIVEN
P1=(745-13.5)mmHg =731.5mmHg
T1=(16+273)k=289k
P2=S.P=760mmHg
T2=S.T=273k
V1=40cm^3
using the general gas equation
P1V1/T1=P2V2/T2
V2=731.5*40*273/760*289
V2=36.4cm^3
the volume of the gas at S.T.P is 36.4cm^3

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1cii)
i)Nature of reactions
ii)presence of a catalyst

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3ai)
A homologous series is a family of organic compound which follows a regular structural pattern in which each successive member differ in its molecular formula. By-CH2-GROUP

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3aii)
i)solubility
ii)boiling points
iii)densities
3aiii)
CLICK HERE FOR THE DIAGRAM

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3bi)
catalyst are substance which alter the rate of a chemical reaction but not themselves used up in the process.

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3bii)
i) they are proteinous in nature 
ii)they alter the rate of a chemical reaction
iii)they are not use themselves up in the reaction

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3ci)
The solution turn from blue to white as a magnesium displace copper from its salt

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3cii)
Mg(aq)+CuSO4(aq)-----> MgSO4(aq)+ Cu(s)

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3di)
Equation Reaction:
2Na(s)+O2(q)----->Na2O2(s)
Number of moles of soduim =mass/molar mass =5.95/23=0.2587moles
reactive ratio of sodium to its oxide is 2:1
therefore number of moles of Na2O2=0.2587/2=0.129moles
mass of oxide 
=0.129*[(23*2)+(16*2)]
=0.129*78
=10g

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3dii)
i)dissolving an acid on hydride in water
ii)combination of constituent element

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3diii)
washing soda (NaCO3. 10H2O)

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4ai)
From the collision theory the rate of chemical reactions depend on the frequency of effective collisions cones that the result in reaction between reactant particles

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4aii)
cracking means breaking down or decomposition of a compound by the action of heat alone. while Reforming is the breaking down of a compound by the use of a catalyst

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4aiii)
they are the most important processes for the commercial production of gasoline and diesel fuel

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4bi)
I. Limestone: the limestone decomposes when heated to yield carbon(iv)oxide which is a major reactant

II. Ammonia: The ammonia reacts with the carbon(iv)oxide ammonium hydrogen trioxocarbonate(iv)

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4bii)
I. B belong to the class of compound called carbohydrates

II. C is ethanol [C2H5OH] , D is ethylethanoate [CH3COOC2H5]

III. Functional group is -OH

IV. CH3COOH(aq)ethanoic acid + C2H5OH(aq)c ----->conc H2SO4(catalyst) -----> CH3COOC2H5(i) + H2O(i)

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4ci)
CH(CH3)3,CH3CH2CH2CH3,CH3CH2CH2CH2OH/Increasing boiling points

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4cii)
i)Bubbles formed at the bottom of liquid rise to the surface

ii)temperature remain steady

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4ciii)
I. Addition of sodium chloride crystals raises the boiling point of water
II. Reduction in atmospheric pressure lowers the boiling point of water

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4civ)
I. N2O has oxidation state of +1 for Nitrogen
II. NO has oxidation state of +2 for Nitrogen
III. NO2 has Oxidation state of +4 For Nitrogen

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6ai)
NH4^+(aq)+OH^-(aq)+HCl(aq)---> NH4Cl(aq)+H2O(i)

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6aii)
the student got the choice of indicator wrong

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6aiii)
phenolphthalein is used when a strong base is present. aqueaous ammonia is a weak base

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6b)
i)gluclose and fructose
ii)invertase
iii)delivery tube
iv)glucose

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6ci)
white phosphorus and red phosphorus

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6cii)
I. has no effect of red litmus paper
II. changes damp blue litmus paper pink
III. Reacts directly with alkali to yield a trioxocarbonate(iv)

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6di)
GIVEN:
mass of P= 9g
molar mass of P =80g/mol
: Number of mole of P presnt =mass/molar mass
=9/80=0.1125moles
solubility =0.1125/60*100=1.875mol/dm^3

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6dii)
C2H5OH(aq) +H2SO4(aq)----> C2H5HSO4(aq)+H2O(i)
C2H5HSO4(aq)---->C2H4(aq)+H2SO4(aq) ethene

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6diii)
Bromine Exists as liquid at room temperature because there is decrease in votality down the group of the halogens due to increasing strength of the van der waal's force.

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(4bi)
I. Limestone: The limestone decomposes when heated to yield carbon(iv)oxide which is a major reactant
Equation: CaCO3(s) --> CaO(s) + CO2(g)

II. Ammonia: The ammonia reacts with the carbon(iv)oxide to form ammonium hydrogen trioxocarbonate(iv)(g)
Equation: NH3(aq) + H2O(l) + CO2(g)
> NH4HCO3(aq)
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Sunday, 10 June 2018

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(1a)
A - Knapsack sprayer
B - Watering can

(1b)
(i) Carry out a pre-operation service and prepare the sprayer for the job.
(ii) Mark out a calibration plot in the area to be sprayed with a peg in each corner.
(iii) Fill the sprayer to a known level, or use a permanent marker to
mark the tank and fill it to that line.

(1c)
Early stage

(1d)
Knapsack sprayer

(1e)
Specimen A
(i) It has nozzle
(ii) It is calibrated

Specimen B:
(i) It has handle
(ii) It has a spout

(1f)
Herbicides

(1g)
(i) Store in a cool dry place
(ii) Clean and dry after use
(iii) Use silica gel packs or rust collector to prevent rusting


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*(2a)*

Specimen C=Sandy soil
Specimen D=Loamy soil
Specimen E=Clay soil


*(2b)*
Specimen C
i)By mulching the soil
ii)By Application of farmyard manure


Specimen E
i)Addition of organic manure
ii)Addition of lime to reduce the acidity in the soil



*(2c)*

(Specimen E)
(Pick two)
i)it is fine grained
ii)it is plastic in nature
iii)clay soils are poorly drained and aerated
iv)it support water logging and erosion


2d)
i)Hand texture method
ii)Separation by sieving
iii)Separation by sedimentation
‬: (4a)
Specimen I- broiler
Specimen J- catfish
Specimen K - snail

(4b)
i)Gumboro disease
ii)Fowl pox disease
iii)Newcastle disease

(4c)
i)Scales
ii)Eyes
iii)Mouth
iv)Fins

(4d)
i)They are micro decomposers
ii)Source of food(protein)
iii)Source of income to the farmers.

(4e)
i)Dropping
ii)Feather
iii)Bones
iv)Blood

4f)
Specimen j
i) smoking
ii)drying
iii) cooking
iv) canning
v) freezing
vi) sun drying

Specimen K
I)Smoking
ii)Salting
iii)Cooking
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Friday, 8 June 2018

Neco lit in English expo 2018


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Literature - Obj
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11 DCCBCEBAED
21 BEAEDBDDBE
31 CACAEEDBAC
41 DEACEAEACE
51 ECDEADCECE
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Literature - Theory
( 4 )
1 ) The sorrows of widowhood : This is the most
obvious central idea of the story . Bayo Adebowale
took his time to x -ray the parlous circumstances
surrounding the state of widowhood . In many
African societies , widows are regarded by the
relatives of their dead husbands as the cause of
the death of their husbands . When a man dies , his
wife must have done something wrong to cause
his death.
2 ) Victimisation and oppression of women : In
many African societies , men see themselves as
superior beings who should be held in high esteem
by their inferior beings ― women . A man cannot
die a natural death; a woman must be the cause of
his death through her sins . Therefore, the woman
must be made to suffer humiliation , insult and
assault.
3 ) Rural- urban migration : This theme is
exemplified in the relationship between Alani and
his mother Yaremi . Alani lives and works in the
city of Ibadan . He is so carried away by the city
life that his own root has become foreign and
strange to him . In the same vein , his lifestyle has
become a dismal wonder to his people . His uncle
sees him as a freak because of his appearance .
4 ) The negative effects of bad tradition : Bayo is
very vocal in his criticism of the tradition that
treats women as second class citizens . In the
story, Lonely Days , the female characters we
come across suffer one form of mistreatment or
the other occasioned by tradition . In Kufi village ,
the people believe that men do not die a natural
death.
5 ) Superstition : Superstition is an irrational belief
that an object , action , or circumstance not
logically related to a course of events influences
its outcome . It is equally a belief , practice , or rite
irrationally maintained by ignorance of the laws of
nature or by faith in magic or chance . It is a fact
that superstitious beliefs have still remained a
disease in most parts of Africa even up to this
century of enlightenment .
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Answers to the questions
5.
Humour is another dramatic technique which is
portrayed in d
play. It is a source of humour for catherine to tell
of her
discovery as ther electric bell and library. A
soldier carries
weapons for protection, but the man, captain
bluntschli
carries chocolates in place of ammunition.
8. Algernon lives in the city and is a social dandy
with
luxuriant tastes and leisurely manners.
On the other hand, jack was a foundling and has a
house in
the country where he is the guardian of his
benefactor,s
grand daughter, cecily cardew.
While jack seems to be the symbol of decorum,
algernon is
the epitome of d victorian Dandy.
10.
In sola owonibi's "Homeless not Hopeless", the
use of
metaphor is significant because it is a device that
accounts
for the effectiveness of the poem. This is aptly
captured in
the following lines:
"as the day chameleons to night",
"...Angels,we open gates of your destiny".
1.) He is morally a bankrupt man, who offers
money to the
doctor for
abortion but the doctor declines. He is an example
of a bad
father. He
was educated up to standard seven and he wants
his
daughter to be
trained in the european ways and because of this
he gives
her to mrs.
Borofosem who latter ruins her life. He is one of
the
Europeanised
semi-literate Africans in the play
3.) the gods as represented by lawumi ensure that
vengeance is carried
out on owu people for carrying out a sacrilegious
war against
ife. She
sends and offers full support to the allied forces
who sack
owu. She
in turn revenges on the allied forces who abused
her shrine.
The
allied forces after gaining victory you to carry out
their
vengeance
to the last person.
The decision to kill the little boy aderogun who was
still
being
carried at the back by her mother is a product of
vengeance.
Okunade,
the maye, joins the army in order to avenge his
wife whom
the owu
soldiers violated by carrying her to the town.
Maye Okunade and lyunloye, who hitherto lived
like husband
and wife
got seperated because of unforseen
circumstances now get
themselves
reconciled as a result of the maye's vengeance.
Maze
okunade because
of love user his influence as the commander of the
allied
forces to
secure the determination of her fate in his my
hand, since
she is his
wife.
6) This theme is demonstrated in the relationship
that exist btw
Raina and sergius, Raina and Blunts chil, louka
and Nicola, and
louka and sergius. All these characters are into
different degree
of love relationship, some of which cumulated in
marriage.
Raina's love for sergius is the romantic idealist
love that exist
mainly on paper. This type of love cannot face
reality. Raina
and sergius worship each others untested
integrity,
nobility,purity and greatness but fall apart at the
first contact
with realities. The comming of realitic and pratical
bluntschil
destroy rainas romantic obession with sergius.
She went
brought into real-life love certain weakness at the
expenses of
sergius. Her new love relationship with bluntschil
eventually
blossomed into marriage.
7.) Irony: it is indeed an irony that lack, whom lady
Bracknel
despises
because of his poor background, eventually turns
out to be
her nephew,
thus transforming to a rich background. Similarly,
lady
Bracknel whom
jack gates so much and criticises, turns out to be
his aunt. It
is
equally an irony that lack the child lost twenty-
eight years
ago in a
bag turns out to be in the custody of thesame bag
in which
he got
lost, thereby solving the riddle of his loss.
*(7ii). Allusion: by mentioning the french revolution,
the
playwright
alludes the evil deeds and effects of Napoleon's
wars of
1801-1806.
Again lack excuses miss prism's supposed
immoral life
occasioned by
her prolonged sprinsterhood. he forgives her and
says she
does not
merit being stoned. This is a clear allusion to the
woman in
the
bible, in john 8:4-11, whom jesus forgave and set
free and
cautioned
not to continue in her adulterous life. Finally, by
questioning
the
rationale behind having one law for men and
another for
women, lack is
no doubt alluding to the much-talked-about gender
inequality.
*(7iii). Suspense: The play is soaked in suspense,
from the
beginning to the
end. Tension grips the reader who cannot wait to
know lack's
final
hope, having suffered greatly. The reader wants to
know the
outcome of
his disappearance. His faith is only known when
he returns
with the
bag and miss prism recognizes it.
Wordsworth was a central writer
of the Romantic movement in the
Victorian era known as English Romanticism. It is
full of key
Romantic features
in its form, language and themes. The poet in the
first verse
tells us
he ‘Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ This
simile,of the poet
comparing
himself to a cloud conveys the image of him
floating loftily
and
dreamily, like someone with romantic ideals. â
€˜The
Daffodils’ ,the
central symbol of the poem are personified i.e
given human
qualities
‘Fluttering and dancing in the breeze and are
what the poet
sees as
he walks. The daffodils ‘Out do the2b
*Transfer of Technology*:The acquisition of
foreign technology and capital are very crucial for
Ghana’s development. this is so because the
successful economies all over the world have
been driven by science and technology. By
cooperating with other nations, especially the
developed ones, Ghana could get all the
technological assistants that she needs to develop
as a nation.
*Good prices her exports*:
Most of Ghana's main exports are primary raw
products like cocoa, coffee, manganese, etc.
Though she produces these products, she does
not have the power to determine their international
prices. By cooperating with other nations Ghana
can get the leverage it so badly needs to negotiate
better prices for her exports.
*Promote African Unity*:
One of Ghana's aims for engaging other nations in
the world is to contribute to the achievement of
cooperation among the nations of the world and
especially for the achievement of Unity among
African nations. This had been the dream of
Ghana's first president, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame
Nkrumah, that the independence of Ghana is
meaningless unless it is linked up with the
independence of all African states.
*Just international economic order*:
The world economic order as it is today is tilted
against the developing nations. Through Ghana’s
cooperation with other nations, Ghana can
contribute to the establishment of a just world
economic order.8)
Symbolism In Native Son Essay
The novel Native Son was published by Richard
Wright in 1940. The book represents the tragedy of
Bigger Thomas, a black boy raised in the Chicago
slums during the great depression. Wright uses
symbolism extensively in the novel. There is even
symbolic meaning behind the titles of each of the
three parts of the novel. It is symbolism that
allows Wright to explain the entire novel in the first
few pages. Even though symbols are widely used
in the novel, there are only three that are very
important. The three most important symbols are
the black rat, blindness, and the kitchenette.
One of the major symbols in Native Son is the
black at in the first chapter of the novel. The rat
symbolizes the fate, feelings, and actions of the
main character. The parallels between the rat and
Bigger Thomas are unmistakable. The black rat is
seen as an invader and is killed. The same
eventually happens to Bigger later in the novel
(Lee 50). Robert Lee argues that the black rat is
symbolic of several things. According to Lee, one
symbolic function of the black rat is that it sets up
a motif that resonates throughout the novel.
The rat points forward to the figure Bigger himself
will become, the part-real, part-fantasy denizen of
a grotesque counter Darwinian world in which
uman life-his own, Marys, Bessies-seems to
evolve backward into rodent predation and death.
Whether in pursuit or the pursued, Bigger becomes
damned either way, just as he victimizes others
while doubling as both his own and societys
victim. These inner meanings of the novel also lie
behind Wrights three-part partition of fear, flight,
and fate (Lee 51).
Secondly, the rat is symbolic of the terrified
helplessness of the Thomas family and Biggers
response to it: The rats belly pulsed with fear.
Bigger advanced a step and the rat emitted a long
thin song of defiance. Bigger crushes the rat
utterly and, in triumphant bravado, launts the
bloody corpse in his sisters face, enjoying her
terror. Lee recognizes the significance of this
episode of fear, rage, and violent action. He states
that the entire novel is an extension, with the roles
inverted of this chilling metaphor (Lee 58).
Finally, the killing of the rat is symbolic of Biggers
attempt to assert himself as someone important.
Lee argues that Bigger actually hated his family.
He hated them because he knew that they were
suffering and that he was powerless to help or
protect them. The killing of the rat represents,
perhaps, Biggers one chance to protect his other
and younger siblings as the patriarch of the
Thomas family (Lee 68). Edward Margolies views
blindness, which affects everyone throughout the
novel, as the most important symbol. He believes
that Wright uses blindness to illustrate the
relationship between the races.
His symbolic use of blindness illustrates how blind
whites are to the humanity and existence of black
people. Whites prefer to think of blacks in easily
stereotypical images-in images of brute beast, or
happy minstrel. They are incapable of viewing
blacks as having sensitivity and intelligence. Even
well meaning people like the Daltons re blind to the
suffering of blacks. The Daltons lavish millions of
dollars on black colleges and welfare
organizations-while at the same time they
continue to support a rigid caste system that is
responsible for black degradation in the first place
(Margolies 45).
To support his belief, Margolies illustrates how this
symbolic blindness affects all of the characters.
Bigger is blind to the realities of black life as well
as to the humanity of whites. Bigger vaguely
discerns the white enemy as white tides, icy white
walls, and looming white mountains. He is
therefore unable to accept Jans offer of riendship,
because he blindly regards all whites as symbols
of oppression. Mary, Jan, and Max are just as
blind to the humanity of blacks as the others-even
though they presumably want to enlist blacks as
equals in their cause.
READ: Preistley's main aim
For Mary and Jan, Bigger is an abstraction- a
symbol of exploitation rather than someone whose
feelings they have ever tried to understand. Mrs.
Daltons blindness is symbolic of the blindness of
the white liberal philanthropic community
(Margolies 50). Margolies believes that in all cases
but Mrs. Daltons, blindness is psychosomatic. Like
others, however, Mrs. Dalton has a spiritual
handicap as well as a physical one. She and her
husband, as Max points out, cannot see the
malevolent condition, which they serve and
perpetuate. Similarly, Mary and Jan cannot see
the emptiness of their charity.
At different points in the novel Bessie is blinded by
tears and fright, while Bigger is blinded by snow,
light and rage. In the presence of Jan and Max he
feels transparent and invisible. At the end of the
novel Max groped for his hat like a blind man. The
two abstract conceptions, love and justice, which
inform Native Son are also traditionally blind
(Margolies 52). Finally, Margolies argues that only
one person, Bigger vercomes this symbolic
blindness. Bigger gains a kind of sight in the novel.
The sight Bigger gains is distorted though.
It is made up of images that appear when one
holds a magnifying glass close to the face, and
then moves it further and further away from ones
eyes until the picture reflected in the glass comes
in at once clearly and upside down. Bigger begins
the story seeing everything in a haze. The sight,
which he eventually achieves, is in sharp focus,
but out of whack (Margolies 55). Dan McCall
differs from both Lee and Margolies. McCall
argues that the most powerful symbol Wright uses
in Native Son is the kitchenette. He views the
opening scene as symbolic of how people driven
so closely together are driven violently apart.
The kitchenette throws desperate and unhappy
people into an unbearable closeness of
association, thereby increasing latent friction,
giving birth to never-ending quarrels of
recrimination, accusation, and vindictiveness,
producing warped personalities. The full
recognition of how the kitchenette forms Biggers
sensibility-or how it deprived him of one- is what
makes this symbol so important (McCall 3). McCall
points to the kitchenette as the reason why Bigger
thought the way he did. The kitchenette constantly
eminded Bigger that he is black, and that is how he
is supposed to live.
The kitchenette is responsible for making Bigger
black crazy. He is incapable of nonracial thought.
His obsession produces what McCall calls the
state of exaggeration. This state of exaggeration
serves to show the emotional intensity with which
Bigger attacks ordinary, daily problems (McCall 5).
This state of exaggeration is clearly seen in the
kitchenette, argues McCall. It is seen in the
overwhelming fear of being looked at that the
Thomas family has. On the first page of Native
Son, when people get out of bed, the first words
are Turn your head so I can get dressed.
Day after day in the ghetto that is the call to
society; and on the second day of Wrights novel,
Vera repeats the line Turn your head so I can get
dressed. Even when one is dressed, the fear and
horror of being seen continues (McCall 6). McCall
argues that Wrights point is to show that for those
urban slum dwellers the folk culture was
swallowed in unbearable closeness. This
emptiness and fear of being looked at Bigger
carries with him all day long. The scene which
begins the book is present at the very center of
the crime where Bigger is hysterical at not being
able to get the entire human form into a tight place.
He has to cut off the head. Biggers head, his
sensibility, was cut off in the kitchenette (McCall
7). Without the use of symbolism, Native Son
would not have had the impact it did. Bigger
Thomas symbolizes the truth about the
relationship between blacks and whites. Native
Son had a huge impact in America because it
exposed the horrible truth about that relationship.
Bigger Thomas symbolically represents the
consequences of a relationship based on abuse,
inequality, and fear. However, in order to
understand Bigger Thomas, one first must
understand the symbolism behind the black rat,
the kitchenette, and the element of
blindness.LITERATURE IN ENGLISH
5)
Mary Dalton is the female heiress of Dalton’s
estate whose death leads to Bigger Thomas, self
discovery.May is an adventurous female charcter
with a communist orientation.Her role as a
girlfriend to Jan Earlone helps the reader
understands the role played by communist
referred to as “reds” in the civil right
movement.During her first meeting with Bigger
Mary treats Bigger has her equal.This upsets
Bigger who share a racially biasedviews of the
societynaround him.Bigger’s hatred for the
oppressive white society makes him harbour
hatred towards Mary who also refers to her father
as “capitalist” in his presence.Mary’s role as a
succour provider for Bigger is interpreted by
Bigger as an insult.After Mary drives,Mary and her
boy friend Jan Erlone around town and they make
Bigger drive them to a black neigbourhood where
they eat at Ernie’s kitchen making Bigger
embarassed as some of his negro friends see him
in the company of white folks.Bigger feel
humiliated despite Mary’s treatment and after
Bigger initially refuses to leave the car,mary
begins to sob but is consoled by Jan.After Bigger
drives Mary home Bigger tries to carry the
drunken Mary up the stairs and as the body
crushed against each other Bigger is sexually
aroused and as Bigger places her on the bed he
hears Mary blind mother approach the home out of
fear,Bigger covers Mary,s face with apillow and
inadventently kills her in the process.Mary’s death
in the novel leads to Bigger’s self discovery
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Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Neco English language expo 2018


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ENGLISH OBJ:
1-10: CDAEADADCA
11-20: CEDACCDCCE
21-30: BABBCCABAD
31-40: CBCADEBEBA
41-50: AAADAEADDC
51-60: BEABADDCBC
61-70: DBBDDDDCCA
71-80: ECADDBBAEA
81-90: BABABDCCEE
91-100: AACBACAECE
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ORAL ENGLISH
1-10: EACAECCCAE
11-20: DABECEAEBA
21-30: ACDEBCEBEB
31-40: ECAAABDCBB
41-50: BADAEDCCCB
51-60: BCEECDBCDB
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ESSAY QUESTION PART ( ANSWER 1
QUESTION ONLY )
1)A cousin of your in SS2 is discovered to be
pregnant and her father has threatened to
send her out of the house. Write a letter go
pacify the father and suggests what you
think can be done to salvage the situation.
2)Write an article suitable for publication
in a national daily on the plight of the
internally displace person (IDP) in Nigeria
suggest how to rehabilitate them
3)the literary and debating society of your
school is organising a debate on the topic
pen robbery is worse than armed robbery
write your argument for or against the
motion
4)Write a story that perfectly illustrates the
saying: To err is human to forgive is Divine
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(4)
the brother who has squandered his
inheritance was being given red-carpet
treatment upon his return, while he, who
had toiled faithfully for his father had
nothing to show for it.
The world needs more leaders with the
mentality of the boy’s father. He knew that
his son had done wrong but hoped that the
boy would return one day.
He prepared for his return. There was a
fattened calf and a robe waiting. The boy
must have been stinking like a pig from his
close association with the animals; that did
not matter to his father.
Instead of asking him to account for the
wealth he had entrusted, the father
welcomed him home.
On his part, the boy knew that he had done
wrong. Long before he started the journey
home, he thought of the apology he would
give to his father for all the things he had
done wrongly. He was also prepared to
make amends.
The boy also expected to be placed in a
lower position than he had been in. One of
the lessons here is that of taking personal
responsibility for our actions. Most people
will look for excuses for their mistakes. It is
crucial to carry out an honest self-
evaluation and decide what went wrong and
how you will make amends for it.
Then there is the other brother who had
worked for his father without having been
given anything for his work. Don’t we have
such people in organisations? They are
people who wonder when they will be
recognised for their work.
The father said wisely that everything that
was in the farm belonged to the boy. All of
us should work with the mentality of an
owner, and not of a worker.
Organisations are about people, and people
are known to make mistakes. Some people
are entrusted with huge responsibilities,
and when they make a mistake, there are
several people waiting to bring them down.
I challenge you to look for the best in
others, to anticipate that they will turn out
alright and to rejoice when people try to
make amends for the wrongs they have
done.
After all, to err is human: to forgive is
divine
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*Comprehension*
5a )
The first category of woman are coping with
ease while the second category are coping
with difficulty
5bi )
The fourth category were sub merged by
problems
5bii)
They were suffering from depression
5ci )
A woman is expected to run her home and
be a good wife
5cii )
She is expected to contribute to family
income
5d)
A woman is expected to perform in a Society
where she is regarded as inferior to her
make counterpart
5e )
GN : Adverbial Claus of time
GF : it modifies the verb exhibit
5f )
Ameliorate of adverse effect
5gi )
Every family members should assist doing
house chores
5gii)
Woman should relax once in a year .
5i )
i ) various – —
ii) categories classes/ levels
iii ) submerged – — saddled
iv ) efficiency – – — effectively
v) aouse — – debilitating
vi ) vigour – — strength
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Summary answer
(6a)
-some Nigerians do not take English
language seriously.
-The examination authority does not
mandate use of English in all subjects.
6b.
English language is a medium of
communication.
-It is the language of teaching different
subjects in schools.
6c.
-English language should be made very
important in the school system.
-The Nigerian government should engage
native English speakers to in Nigerian
schools.
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