I have received a lot of messages from some JAMB students who scored less than 200 and majority of them have been asking several questions whether they would be admitted to the institution they put as first choice. There are three things you should know if you scored less than 200 in UTME, these things are;
This year's Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is undoubtedly one of the Computer Based Test (CBT) conducted that recorded poor performance across all states in Nigeria. The percentage of candidates who scored below 180 is likely to be on the high side by the time the board releases an official breakdown of student's performance for the examination.
photo credit : Google Catchment Area should always be an important consideration for those seeking Admissions this year and would love to increase your chances of being among the lucky ones to be selected by an institution. The fact remains that most Admission seeker are still oblivious of the important role Catchment Areas play in admissions.
More photos from the protest staged by Nnamdi Azikiwe University Students against school fees hike. Reports have it that the students just want to be able to school in peace and at a very decent rate, thereby asking the authorities to revert fee prices to how they were before the current Vice Chancellor, Charles Okechukwu Esimone took over.
A bill seeking for the establishment of three federal universities in Nigeria was, on Tuesday, passed by the Senate. The proposed universities are to be located in the South-South and North-Central. They include Federal University of Science and Technology Lau, Taraba State, Federal University of Agriculture and Technology, Aboh, Delta State and City University of Technology Auchi, Edo State.
Universities that accept 2nd (second) choice candidate : please note that not all universities have been cleared by jamb to accept second choice candidate on the other hand not all universities has shown true interest in second choice candidate.
The year we just left behind was a terrible year no doubt. It was terrible for students because alot of issues sprang up along the line making many students unable to complete their studies; the year was very harsh on university undergraduates as final year students were not able to complete their studies nor graduate. The issues experienced in 2020 moved from being the Coronavirus pandemic to the indefinite strike that followed suit further ensuring the students remain at home till 2021. But I believe everyone
This article is mainly for aspirants but any other person can benefit from it.Disclaimer; This is based on my observations.Back then when I was an aspirant, I had little knowledge about how Universities operate.Fortunately, I got admitted then I decided to share some important things you need to know about UNILORIN (this might be the same for other universities also).
The adage that says, "whatever a man can do, a woman can do better" is most often misunderstood by men as a peculiar mindset created by feminism. Men believe that they are more superior than men in so many African countries, particularly in Nigeria, and are therefore better positioned to be in prominent positions in society. These attitudes of men are gradually eroded in our society, all thanks to women's emancipation programs brought about by women who have challenged anything strange to change history. Yet
Nigeria is a country blessed with quality educations, many Nigerian youths always eager to further their education and to proceed to higher institutions in the country. As a result of this many universities are being founded to provide the education needed. There are different universities in Nigeria, which includes the Federal Universities, State-owned universities, and also the private Universities. Many churches have also come up to create universities for their church members to attend and also for those
Federal Universities all over the country were closed in March last year, for a 2-week warning ASUU strike. Then Corona Virus came in, and all Universities all over the country were completely shut down. We all kept hoping and praying that schools will open once again, but days turned to weeks and then months. After the Government lifted the lockdown, we were ready to resume, but the ASUU strike withheld Federal Universities once again. And here we are months later, the strike has ended and resumption is days
Following the Suspension of the Asuu Strike which lasted for more than Nine months, The students of many Federal Universities around the country have remained at home since march 2019. This made many students turn into other means of making money and preparing for their future while they wait for the ease of the lock down and news of school resumption. A Picture released on the Unizik students whatsapp group, shows that Unizik have just released their calendar for the completion of the first semester of 2019/2020
The Federal University of Petroleum Resources has joined the league of Federal Universities in Nigeria that have completed their EEP project with the commissioning taking place today in the school main campus in Effurun, Delta State The Commissioning was done by Deputy Senate President, His Excellency, Distinguished Senator Ovie Omo-Agege during
We are all aware that all Federal Universities have been closed due to Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU strike. The strike which caused all universities in Nigeria to close down since 9th of March, 2020 was called off few weeks back. The strike was called off in December and university students were so happy as they started preparing to go back to school to continue their academic activities. However, the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic took off again and everyone was scared of it, especially
As the crisis rocking the Federal Universities across the country continues, especially in regards to the varsity workers industrial strike, which is coming just few weeks after the ASUU suspended it over nine months old strike, information has revealed that the Federal Government and Senior Staff Union of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities and Associated Institutions (NASU), would meet next Thursday after the two unions must have taken resolutions from their branches
It is a good news to Nigerian undergraduates as the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has suspended its 10 months strike. This is a good news and somehow some people seem to be surprised on how sudden it came. It was reported this morning that after the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU had an indoor meeting with the federal government over the long-term strike which has kept Nigerian undergraduates in such a confused state, the union resolved that the strike be suspended taking effect from
University of Uyo is set to commence academic activity. The Senate of the institution had on Wednesday 13th, 2021 given approval to the updated school calendar. This was done during a meeting by the Senate on the said date. This is good news for the students as their long awaited prayers have been answered. It could be recall that students of Federal Universities have spent close to a year at home due to covid-19 pandemic and the prolonged Asuu strike. From the updated school calendar, school resumes on January
The physical state of Nigerian Universities after resumption The University or college is a higher learning institution where one gets his final education unless he/she decides to go for masters.In Nigeria, we have numerous universities ranging from the Federal Universities to Private Universities to State Universities.
Academic Staff Union of Universities. Numerous and prolonged strike has left Families jittering, confused and troubled about the already planned future of their Wards and Children. As it is now, another one(strike) is looming, yes, looming and even our Wards/children are dis-organised emotionally on the way out of their predicament. In the confusions, many of us parents are actually considering shunning Federal Universities (which in my opinion are better schools based on the fact that the best brains are employed
With the current state of the nation and the second wave of corona virus coming up, some Federal Universities have decided to engage their students in Online lectures. This is a good idea but considering some specific factors, online lectures will not be feasible in many Nigerian Universities! Here are some reasons why I think so! #1. THE PLATFORM FOR LEARNING Nigerian Universities are known to be extremely larger than Private Universities. Should the Federal Universities attempt to engage in online lectures,