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Oct 8, 2018

JAMB Offers First Choice Admissions To 200,000 Candidates


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), said about 200,000 candidates have been offered admission into tertiary institutions, for the 2018/2019 academic session. 

JAMB candidates The Head, Media and Information of the JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin, who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos, said that the admission took effect after the board’s policy meeting in June in Gbongan, Osun. According to him, the exercise is done through the Central Admission Process (CAP), an automated process to eliminate all human interferences. “We have so far offered no fewer than 200,000 first choice admissions to candidates. ” 

To this effect therefore, we are urging candidates to go to our site and check their admission status and those who have been offered such admission should quickly indicate by accepting and printing such offer, as failure to do so will automatically mean the candidate is no longer interested. 

“And therefore, the board may see all such offers as rejected and would have no option than to mop them up and give it to other interested candidates. 

“Candidates are to accept or reject all offers not later than Oct.16 as that is when all offers of admissions of first choice will close. 

“After that, we will commence admission exercise for the second choice of candidates,” Benjamin said. 

He added that the admission process has been made easy as it is clear on the board’s official website, all what the candidates need to know about their admission status and process. 

NAN reports that over 1.6 million candidates wrote JAMB-organised 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). 

NANS President Condemns UNIBEN Management Over Student's Death


The NANS president issued a statement to the school management following the death of Austin Okafor, a 300 level student of the Department of Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Management Sciences.

In the statement, Bamidele blamed the student's death on the  lackadaisical attitude of the management and the pathetic condition of the health centre.

The release also states the deceased was left unattended for hours after being rushed to the school health centre.

The statement reads:
“Despite the urgency of the situation and the sensitive nature of the case, Okafor was conveyed in an ambulance with no life support facilities to the University of Benin Teaching Hospital having been referred there.

“As if that wasn’t bad enough, the ambulance conveying him was made to stop at the institution’s Division of Student Affairs to perfect some unnecessary formalities.

“However, after another 30 minutes of delay at the Student Affairs Division, Okafor died while UBTH doctors were struggling to resuscitate him at the Accident and Emergency Ward after another 15 minutes of negligence and insensitivity on the part of the hospital management.

“NANS frowns at the situation and condemn in totality, the way and manner the University and Hospital management handled this case. We condole with the department, parents, families and friends of the deceased student. The family of the deceased must not be left in this solitude to carry the burdens of this irreparable loss.

“It is so pathetic that due to the insensitivity of the University of Benin Health Care Centre, we lost another promising youngster.

“Among the responsibilities of the school management is to protect and advance the interests of her students which include the delivery of high-quality health care services which unfortunately we are not enjoying even as students.

“We hereby call on the school management to immediately set up a committee to investigate the evitable death of Okafor who obviously happened to be a victim of our failed system. Failure to do so, NANS will have no other option than to relocate her national secretariat to UNIBEN from UNIJOS where it has been temporarily relocated to following the recent killings of students.

“It is also necessary and as a matter of urgency that a state of emergency should be declared on health care service in our tertiary institutions.”

Source: PulseNG

Jun 12, 2018

Naija Coke Summership” 2018 internship Programme for Nigerian Students-Apply Now



Nigerian Bottling Company Limited (NBC), a member of the Coca‑Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, is the sole bottler of Coca‑Cola products and one of the biggest companies in the non-alcoholic beverage industry in Nigeria. The operations of the Coca‑Cola Hellenic Group spans 28 countries, bottling and distributing the most iconic beverage brands globally and serving more than 581 million people across the world.

We are launching our first “Naija Coke Summership” –a three-month internship program designed to attract final year undergraduate and postgraduate / MBA students who share our passion for excellence and strive to learn with speed and agility.

The Coke Summership Program provides a robust developmental platform for Nigerian students at home and abroad to intern with us to gain industry experience during their academic Summer breaks. This year, the program will commence in July and end in September in our Lagos locations only. If you fit the profile below we invite you to make the move and develop your career with us.

FIELD

Engineering, Pure and Applied Sciences, Social Sciences and Arts and Humanities)

ELIGIBILITY

+ Currently in final year of undergraduate or postgraduate study

+ A minimum G.P.A of (3.75/5 or 3/4)

+ Must be at least 18 years of age by date of application


In addition, candidates will be required to demonstrate the following attributes:

+ Strong passion for excellence, ambition and enthusiasm to be the best.

+ Good problem-solving skills, curiosity and a great appetite for learning

+ Excellent interpersonal and team working skills

+ Strong analytical and presentation skills

+ Strong verbal and written communication skills.



DEADLINE

15th June ,2018



APPLICATION PROCESS

Interested applicants should:

Visit the NBC online application portal
Read, follow the instructions and complete the online application form.


FOR MORE INFORMATION, KINDLY CLICK HERE

KWASU Professors To Earn Higher Salaries – Abdul Rasheed Na'Allah

The Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Abdulrasheed Na’Allah, made this known during a reception for the winner of the maiden edition of the award, Prof. Kazeem Gbolagade, held on Thursday at the institution’s main campus in Malete.
Announcing that the maximum level for professors under the salary scale is Level seven step 10, Na’Allah said that KWASU professors, who merited the PAA, could earn higher salaries, depending on the availability of funds.
The vice-chancellor described the PAA as a post-professional review process designed for keeping professors active and productive in the tripartite areas of teaching, research and community development.
He said that to qualify for the PAA, except in exceptional or accelerated circumstances, a full professor must have spent a minimum of three years as a member of the academic staff of the university.
Na’Allah also stated that there must not necessarily be one winner of the award, adding that applicants who meet the criteria could all become winners.
He said, “Henceforth, through the Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Research, KWASU will be holding this ceremony to recognize those that have met the criteria for the award.
We shall recognize them by giving them a plaque, celebrating them and by ensuring that when budget permits that they are rewarded financially by permanently increasing their salaries.
“In public universities, most of us use the Federal Government-ASUU agreed salary structure. If you are a full professor, you are in Seven Step 10, which is the highest you can go. But professors in KWASU do not have a limit as long as they are productive and they do great work.
“Professors must be productive. The goal of KWASU is to say, becoming a professor is actually the beginning of the kind of the contributions that you must make to enhance the achievements of this university. It is not the end of it. You have no other choice than to teach, do research and get grants and do community outreach.”

Nigerian Secondary Students Won US Science Competition


Four students of Whitesands Schools, Lekki have emerged winners of a category in the Conrad Foundation Spirit of Innovation Challenge.

Afolabi Williams, Olubusiyi Famobiwo, Menashi Mordi and Osagumwenro Naaman Ugbo, all junior secondary school students, won the Smoke-Free World category of the competition.

The finals of the Spirit of Innovation Challenge held at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Florida, US.

The Smoke-Free category challenged students to seek solutions to the effects of reduced smoking on tobacco farmers, especially those in developing countries.

They were the only representatives from Nigeria and Africa in the finals. The students also received the KSCVC Good Citizen award at the competition.

The students were accompanied by Matthew Omotoso, junior school ICT teacher at Whitesands, and their trip was sponsored by Guaranty Trust Bank.

The Conrad Challenge is an international innovation competition comprised of five categories: Aerospace Aviation, Cyber Technology and Security, Energy and Environment, Health and Nutrition, and Smoke-Free World.

The competition challenges secondary school students to create a product, using principles of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), that provides solution to a real-world problem such that people can pay for it.

Competitors are also required to conduct a research to determine their creation’s potential market impact and develop a full business plan.

Established in 2008, the Conrad Foundation honours the legacy of Apollo 12 astronaut, Charles “Pete” Conrad, and his four-decade passion for innovation and entrepreneurship.


Source: TheCable.ng

May 2, 2018

Increment in Corpers Allowance Says DG - Kazaure

National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Director General, Kazaure, disclosed that the increase in corps members monthly allowance would be determined by the new national minimum wage ”when it takes effect around September 2018.”
The official said this on Monday while fielding questions from journalists newsmen shortly after the swearing-in ceremony of the 2018 Batch ‘A’ corps members at the NYSC orientation camp in Kusalla, Karaye Local Government Area of Kano state.
According to him, “our efforts to ensure that the monthly allowance of the corps members is increased have yielded a very good result following series of discussion with the Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chris Ngige.”
Mr Kazaure added that the N18,800 paid to them is grossly inadequate to cater for their needs during the mandatory one year service to the nation.
The federal government had set-up a committee to look into the upward review of the minimum wage which he said will also determine the increase of the corps members’ allowance.
“We have been assured that when the new minimum wage takes effect, also the corps members allowance will be reviewed upward,” Mr Kazaure assured.
The NYSC DG also disclosed that 82,000 corps members were deployed nationwide for the 2018 Batch ‘A’ orientation course across various states except those with security challenges.
In his remarks, the Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, urged the corps members to shun all acts capable of denting the image of the scheme or which would sour their relationship with the camp officials.
“You are to be guided by the sense of duty and discipline at all times, that would undoubtedly lead you to succeed in your entire life,” Mr Ganduje said.
Earlier in his welcome address, the NYSC Coordinator in Kano, Ladan Baba said no fewer than 2,487 corps members were registered in the camp, comprising 1,289 males and 1,198 females.
Mr Baba added that the corps members since the beginning of the three-week orientation had been adapting to the various activities in the camp and have behaved well.

Authority Reacts To Death Of Corps Member In Kwara NYSC Camp

Amadi Eva Ichechukwu, a graduate of the University of Port Harcourt, was said to have suffered a bone fracture during the morning drill at the orientation camp on April 23 and was rushed to the camp’s clinic.
A statement issued by NYSC Kwara State Coordinator, Amaefule Remigius said the entire NYSC family was saddened by Amadi’s sudden death.
He urged members of the public to avoid unnecessary speculations about what led to her death.
Remigius prayed that God should grant her immediate family and the NYSC, fortitude to bear the colossal loss.
He said “this is not the time to hastily jump into conclusion about the root cause of her death.
“We are still waiting for the medical findings and report from the NYSC referral hospital.”

Mar 16, 2018

JAMB To Delay Release Of Result For 2018 UTME

As disclosed via social media on Tuesday is that the UTME 2018 results have been released, with some candidates posting their alleged results online.
However, the board spokesman, Dr Fabian Benjamin, told DAILY POST that candidates should disregard the UTME results making the rounds.
He said the results were fake, advising candidates to wait patiently for the original results to be released.
Recall that the Registrar of the board, Ishaq Oloyede, had given reasons for the delayed result.
Oloyede had said, “We want to monitor everything that happens through our CCT cameras. Last year, we proved a point that there is nothing extraordinary in the immediate release of results but we had to cancel some results when we found out what happened in some centres.
Fabian, therefore, maintained that although the UTME results are ready, they will not be released immediately to enable officials to view the CCTV cameras to check for exam malpractice.
He said, ”We have not released UTME results yet. The results you find online are fake. They are not real.
”We want to view all CCT cameras in all the centres to see if there are cases of malpractices before releasing the results.
”The reason is this: we don’t want to release and later withhold it. If we release before viewing the CCT cameras, we may have to withhold them again. So, we want to release the results once and for all.”

Young Girl Commits Suicide Over Low Jamb Score


An 18 years old teenage girl identified as Loveth, in Ekiugbo community, Ughelli North of Delta State, has allegedly committed suicide after finding out she had low scores in the just concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). 
Loveth had gone to check her JAMB score on Tuesday, where it was discovered that she performed below her expectations in the just concluded exam. She had applied to study Medicine as the course of her choice but scored 160, which is far below the course requirement.
She reportedly started shouting and crying at the centre where she went to check her result that her father will kill her, 
It was reported that she drank a poisonous substance known as Sniper which she took from her mother's provision shop and was found lifeless the next day.
According to the father, he said, she wasn't scolded for her result but was only told that she can't be admitted for medicine with that score, she was also told of other options such as polytechnic and so on.
A source who spoke with the Nation reviewed that after her remains were discovered, her parents rushed her to a Pentecostal church at Upper Agbarho for prayers, where she was confirmed dead.
It was gathered that she didn’t show any form of suspicion that she was going to kill herself. 
Source: Myschool.ng

Sep 5, 2017

Kwasu Vice Chancellor to approve Student Union Government - SRA


Information reaching Campus Trybe from the Student Representative Assembly of Kwara State University as shared on Whatsapp has it that the Vice Chancellor approved Student Union Government to kick off in the school.

The Vice chancellor of Kwara State University Prof. Abdul Rasheed Na Allah on the 1st of July approved the Stdent Union Government  that the students has so much crave for over 7years.

He sent a mail accross about the Kick off and even on the list of payment for this session the SUG levy of a thousand naira has been included. 

We are about to have a voice of our own, wil hereby implore interested students aspiring for a post can start creating his/her awareness now. 

This is a message from the S.R.A

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY

We wish to sincerely appreciate the _Vice-Chancellor_ for *approving the emergence of a Student Union Government* on the Kwara State University campus. 

In the VC's address to the students at the 19th Inauguration Ceremony of NANS, he declared publicly that there shall be SUG elections this semester. This has indeed put joy in the hearts of the esteemed Students and for this, we say Thank You Sir. 

However, we also wish to notify students watch out for updates from the *_Public Relations Office_* of the SRA so as to be kept apprised of developments and regards the imminent elections. 

_*LONG LIVE SRA!*_
_*LONG LIVE KWASU!*_

_Signed:_
_Public Relations Office, SRA_
+234 706 298 8462
+234 810 109 5808

May 14, 2017

Kwasu student; Mariam speaks over alleged assault


Good Day Everyone, and My Fellow Nigerian Students.

My name is Mariam Giwa and I wish to address the issue behind a post that has been going viral about me being assaulted by a male student.
This post is a fabricated one, not true, as I am in good health and state.
Truly, there was a little misunderstanding between two friends, and the school security department gave maximum attention to the issue till it was resolved with adequate fairness given to both parties.

Our prestigious University, the Kwara state university is a school with zero tolerance for indiscipline and violence and there is no way a student will be allowed to go unpunished for committing any crime whatsoever, irrespective of who it concerns.

The picture which was posted with the wrong information was taken long ago when i had problem with my eyes.
I was not forced or threatened to write this, I am addressing this with a free mind. I am in a good state and I sincerely apologize for any wrong allegations made by those who misinterpreted the situation and blew it beyond proportion, against the school and the accused.

Thank you.

Mariam Giwa
As broadcasted by All Men (Comp Sci) and verified

by Kolapo Imam

Apr 14, 2017

Kwara Class of Honors - A Bukola Saraki initiative


Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki, The Chairman 8th National Asssembly, President of the Senate, Nigeria had decided to reward all First Class Kwarans for their effort towards education as he promises to finance their post graduate studies in a scholarship at any institution of their choice in the country. This is as a result of his love for the development of education and the people of Kwara at max. Kwara class of honors aims at celebrating about 71 First class graduates from Universities across the state, Information reaching us is that Individual scholars who have tendered their Post-Graduate admission letter had been reimbursed as part of the scheme promise finance their study.

Below is a short video clip of how the Senate President welcome the Scholars to the event.


Apr 13, 2017

NYSC Releases NEW & Updated 2017 Batch A Timetable

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has made an official statement making few adjustments and updates to the 2017 Batch A time table.
The 2017 timetable was previously released earlier this month but the NYSC made some adjustments today, April 13, 2017.
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New Timetable

Breaking News: Saraki Commences Free JAMB Enrollment For Kwarans

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The Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has commenced the distribution of the annual free Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms for Kwarans. The Senate president, who has over the years, been distributing the UTME forms to Kwarans through his ABS Mandate Constituency Office located in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital has, this time around monetized the support for thousands of candidates from Kwara Central, Kwara South and Kwara North. The monetization is as a result of the new policy of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board which mandates every candidate to personally pay into Commercial Banks where that will be registered online.
We may recall that last week, the Constituency Office through its Director of Media and Communications, Hon. Kayode Omotose, announced the decision of the Senate President to give free JAMB forms to one thousand Kwara Central candidates. Meanwhile, as the leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, he extended this humanitarian gesture to Kwara South and Kwara North respectively.
History has it that Saraki, as a leader who epitomizes human capacity development, has not only been giving out the JAMB forms but also organising coaching classes at different centres in Ilorin for Kwara Central, Aja-Ipo for Kwara South and Baruteen and Lafiaji for Kwara northerners.
According to the Director of Youth and Student Affairs of the constituency office, Alhaji Kale Ajanaku, the Senate President, as a leader who believes in quality education as the best tool towards a better future of Nigeria, facilitated Seventy (70) blocks of classrooms for Kwara Central Senatorial District with full furniture support, in which many of them have been completed whilst a few are near completion. He proceeded by disclosing that Sen. Saraki, as a leader with a digital mindset, has also begun the installation of computers and other ICT facilities in 8 Secondary Schools in his constituency in order to prepare Kwara State students for Computer Based Examinations right from basic schools.

8 Steps to Preparing Adequately for JAMB

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I have never seen anyone perform outstandingly in JAMB or in any other thing worthwhile without putting together these three things apart from those that engage in examination malpractice which is something that is usually regretted in a thousand and one ways in the future.
Let us discuss eight straight-forward steps you can take to prepare yourself for JAMB. As easy to mention as these steps are, I must say that the simplicity ends there, in practice, they are actually difficult but are very practical steps that every outstanding student I’ve ever met practiced in their own way to overcome JAMB in their time.

Step 1: Ensure you know the JAMB score you need and decide on the score you want.

You must make sure you find out the average score you need in JAMB with your subject combination to nail your desired course in the institution you want.



This average score can be deduced from the minimum normal cut-off mark for JAMB that will qualify for post-UTME for that course and in the institution as well as the previous cut-off marks set by the institution that will qualify you for admission by merit. As you read this now, make your research and write that average score down. This will help you know the minimum mark you should work towards.
How to Prepare for JAMB
After you must have done that, the next thing is to decide on the score you want. The score you want should be different from what you need, actually it should be higher. The problem of many students is that they don’t even know the score they need talk less of the score they should want to work towards while preparing for JAMB.
These students after writing JAMB then begin to make this research after which they now start praying to God to give them that score. God does not bless those kinds of efforts. Some students still do not even find out the needed score or cut-off mark until their result is out. I understand that sometimes JAMB and various schools change their cut-off marks sometimes depending on the general performance of students but you can always make a safe assumption to work with from previous cut-off marks.
Setting a higher target is a principle in line with the saying that says “you should shoot for the stars, for you never know, you may land on the moon”. When you set a high and reasonable target – what I mean by reasonable is achievable; some students set targets of ‘398’ which is quite unreasonable – you’ll most likely get something very close to it, if not exactly.
A target above 300 is high enough to spur you to action. Once you have fixed your target score, distribute it to your four subjects according to your strengths. For instance:

My target score for JAMB: 315
Use of English: 75
Mathematics: 80
Physics: 85



Chemistry: 75
How to Prepare for JAMB

Step 2: Create a study plan and reading time table.

It is one thing to set a target and it’s another thing to map out a plan to implement and reach it. I will get ‘315’ in JAMB is easier said than done. A study plan is therefore an organized schedule that a student creates that outlines study time and learning goals. Creating a study plan and a reading time table not only helps you become more organized, but it holds you accountable for your own learning outcomes and the achievement of your goal or target.
Every student will develop a different study plan; there is no correct study plan for everyone. When creating your personalized study plan, you will need to do some self-evaluation of your current schedule and time management. Find days when you have fewer personal commitments when you can squeeze more study time – while doing this, remember that you need to put in as much time as you desire to see results).
Remember, each student studies differently, so the amount of time you need to study will differ from the time others devote to studying. Also, some students find that studying at night or at early hours of the morning is better for them than during the day. Work according to your system.
Determine why you are studying – which in this case is to reach a JAMB score target – and develop a plan that can help you achieve your goal. Take into consideration previous performances (that is if you have written JAMB before) and how you prepared in those occasions. You need to also anticipate subjects that will take more time to prepare for than the others.
Lastly, create a study plan that is reasonable. Although you must set aside enough time in your schedule dedicated to your studies, blocking off five hours with no break will set you up for failure. You can spend less time studying if you do it correctly. For a detailed look at how to make a personalized study plan, explore the step-by-step instructions below.



Three steps to create your study plan:

1. Create a time chart of your current activities – Creating a time chart will allow you to see how you spend your time from day to day. Take notes about your daily activities. Record things like when you wake up, sleep, do chores, work, go out and if you’re in school, how much time you spend in school daily.
Once you have done this, check for free time available for studying and it should be up to at least three hours especially as JAMB is fast approaching, if not you will need to re-organize your daily activities and create more time for studying.
2. Develop a schedule and reading time table – Now that you have determined available days and times for studying, the next thing is to develop a schedule. It is best to have a schedule written down so you won’t forget it. Seeing it written down can make it seem more important.
You need to know subjects that will require more time to study, especially if they are your weak points. Your schedule and reading time table will highly depend on the amount of time you have left. If you are reading this and you have maybe three months left, then maybe you will need to put in more than five hours daily for work. Please be sincere to yourself here and put in as much time as is necessary.
One hour a day is simply self-deceit and will lead you nowhere. Let your plan be very definite; for example, if you have 30 chapters of a textbook to study and 15 years of past questions to tackle and you need to finish it in a month, then you may need to read a chapter a day and solve 1 year of past questions every two days. Remember to have breaks in between long hours of study in order to prevent feeling overwhelmed.
3. Stick to your study plan – A study plan works best if it is followed on a consistent basis. Some days may not go according to plan but it should always be for reasons beyond your control. Otherwise, you need to be disciplined enough to remember that your future and the future of others depending on you or that will depend on you in the future are at stake.
So, stick to your plan. You can use incentives such as eating after you’ve been able to read for three hours without getting up from your chair. You may also need to deprive yourself of some sleep at night because you can easily regain lost sleep after JAMB.
Lastly, some students find it helpful to find a study partner. Studying with a friend also preparing for JAMB allows for collaboration and discussion. When creating your study plan, check with other friends to determine if you can coordinate study sessions. However, if you tend to socialize more than study when you are around others, stick to an independent study plan. If you do choose to study with a partner, choose someone with whom you are likely to stay on task.



Step 3: Start your reading now.

If you’re in SS 1 or 2 and you are reading this article now, then I must say that you are very fortunate. It is very advisable that you create a plan, even if it is thirty minutes daily for JAMB and start as soon as possible, if you do, you will be smiling when others are breaking their heads trying to prepare months to the exam.
If you are months away from the exam, it does not matter much because you still have a great chance; but you must begin now to study with a working plan as I have described in step two. If you have just few weeks left, then what you need to do is to start this very moment to focus on going through as many credible past questions as you can, you still have a good chance.

Step 4: Go through at least ten recent years of past questions to get patterns.

To study effectively, you need to know the patterns used by JAMB to set questions. First and foremost, we all know that JAMB questions are usually objective and the way you read for objective type questions is not the same way you read for theory or subjective type.
Even though it’s easier to prepare for objective than the others because you can always easily infer the answer from the given options, you still need to know the common patterns they use to set their questions. For instance, if for the past ten or so years, they have set more of questions involving calculation than theory in a subject like Physics or Chemistry, this will give you a clue as to where more of your focus should be.

Step 5: Use exam focus textbooks to study according to the syllabus.

How to Prepare for JAMB

This step is also very important to take note of because so many students study haphazardly. They give excuses such as: “JAMB syllabus is just too big, I’m sure they set everything”, but that’s a big lie. Every exam has a focus; there are always things the examiners expect and assume that if you know, then you must know some other things related to it. For instance, if you know how to cook stew, then you must at least know what tomatoes, pepper and other such ingredients are.



An examiner then just needs to ask you to describe how stew is cooked and he has asked a number of questions together in one. After all, it’s just fifty questions they set apart from in English. Using exam focus textbooks – there are a lot of good ones – study with your results from the research on the patterns they have used in past questions according to their syllabus. That is the rule in one sentence.

Step 6: Solve at least twenty years of past questions yourself at least twice.

Of course, this will require time but if you can do this after studying according their syllabus even more than twice, you will not regret it. Remember, as I have said earlier, your study plan all depends on how much time you have left to the examination day and how much time you are willing to give on each of those remaining days to adequate study. JAMB has been conducting this examination since the 1970s and they have surely run out of questions; all they can do is to keep rearranging past questions to make them look new.
The problem with a lot of candidates is that they study about five recent years of past questions and they are satisfied. You hold the key to success in your own hands. Use a credible JAMB Q & A for this, but do not depend solely on the answers given by the authors of the Q & A, still do your research using your textbooks on the questions you are not sure for yourself about.

Step 7: Practice at least one time test daily two weeks to the exam.

What I mean by a time test is a similar test to JAMB in which you will give yourself the amount of time JAMB usually gives or less if you want to work on your speed. At least two weeks to the exam – if possible more than that – begin practicing these time tests after which you will mark yourself or ask someone around to help you do that. This is where a credible and original Q & A will be helpful. This will help you work on speed before the real exam situation.
Pick a previous year and solve the past questions for that year for your four subject combination (or you can mix different years) according to a time limit similar to the three and half hours JAMB usually gives. It should be preferably years you have not gone through in step 6.
You should be disciplined enough not to look at the answers while solving them and if you will be tempted, maybe you should the past questions JAMB normally gives in soft copy that has not been solved. Of course, you should know that it is self-deceit to copy the already solved answers.

Step 8: Write the exam in your mind at least on three occasions before the exam.

How to Prepare for JAMB

Many people usually do not like this kind of steps especially if they are very practical people. But playing the scene of the exam in your mind, seeing yourself going into the exam center confident and well-prepared as well as seeing yourself coming out happy and satisfied with how well you answered the questions helps you develop confidence and deal with tension as the exams approach.
On each occasion you do this, the best way to is to find a quiet place, preferably a place you stay in a lying position without sleeping of, close your eyes and begin to act the whole experience the way you want it to happen on the exam day from entering the exam center to collecting the papers, writing the exams and leaving the center after the exams. Play it in your mind until you begin to feel and believe the success in reality. This is a universal principle called the Law of Attraction.

Additional Tips:

1. Prepare very adequately for the Use of English paper.

The Use of English paper is one paper that you can finish in the shortest possible time and that is not the only advantage. Another reason you should get very much ready for Use of English is that JAMB uses it to bring students down by setting tricky questions. Use of English is very simple and is an easy and fast place to bag good marks if you know what you are doing but you need to prepare adequately for it and master its rules. A good textbook for it is the New Oxford Secondary English Course.

2. Learn to read primarily to learn and acquire knowledge.

Reading just to pass an examination and get a good score is one of the greatest killers of the potential of students. Even though wanting to pass JAMB and score high so that you gain admission into the university is a good goal, it is not a good enough reason to read especially if you want to maximize your potential.
When you read with the primary aim of learning something new and acquiring new knowledge, you will discover that you will develop more interest in what you are reading and ‘interest’ is one of the things that strengthen the chemical links and bonds between the neural traces of that subject in your brain. Memories are just neural traces in the brain that get stronger and become easier to remember with application of interest, strong emotion, repetition and revision.

3. Do not leave God out of your planning and preparations.

I am adding this additional tip on the basis of my faith and I strongly believe that it is one of the keys to true success because only the manufacturer of a product knows the capabilities of that product and remains the best person to tell you how to make the best use of that product. God made your brain and memory and trusting in Him to give you the strength and wisdom to apply His time-tested principles for true and lasting success will help you maximize His potential in you.

Mar 23, 2017

#ROC Meet Dami Drey - A Rapper


BACKGROUND
My name is Olaiya damilola Sunday, but some people call me Macosa, and I'm popularly known as Dami Drey (elemosho). I hail from Kwara State and am from a good Christian family too, though things are not that okay financially but we keep on thanking Jehovah. I grew up in Ikotun Egbe until 2005 when we moved to Sango Ota out of my Landlord frustration.

WHY DID YOU CHOSE RAP?
Rap for me is a talent and calling at the same time. I used to listen lots of Olamide tracks and it really influenced my choice too. But back then I choose English rapping, but because the music market started evolving and I had to switch between Yoruba and Pidgin English, or more of slangs.

ANY CHALLENGES?
The first challenge I had has to do with promotion and finance, being an unsigned Upcoming Act I have to record and promote all of my works single handedly. Also, I will say the way DJs treat Artist isn't okay by me, likewise Organizers and the lack of Compensation not even a Table water, that has been a great blow to my passion cos hey are not encouraging, but I'm coping sha.

WHAT ARE YOUR INSPIRATIONS?
I see other rappers, the likes of Olamide, 2 Face, Oladips, Lil Wayne as my inspiration, not even weed, drugs or similar things. Because my friends used to ask me to take such for inspiration which I detest.


HAVE YOU RECEIVED ANY AWARDS
Yes, I recently won Trendy Mates "Rookie of the Year" through the support of my Fans. I got nominated for 3 different award categories at my department (MACOSA). While, my very first stage performance in Kwasu was proudly supported by Gtcr8 where I emerged the best Rapper alongside Nizzy Dee.


HOW DID YOU FEEL WHEN WALE TURNER DROPPED A COMMENT?
It was a moment of light up for me, I recently dropped a new track where I did a cover of Wale Turner's NO. at release I posted it on my Instagram and comments have been rolling in, including "Nice one Bro! I heard it keep it up!!" Although that's not the first time I have received a comment from a Celebrity, including Femi Adebayo, Oladips was just happy that they all noticed my striving.

You can DOWNLOAD ( NO, Wale Turner Cover) here.

YOUR ADVICE FOR OTHER ARTIST
Lemme not address others like I'm there already. But I will say this, "Just believe in yourself, push harder and never underrate anyone" We'll all gonna reach the top.

Click HERE to download

Mar 20, 2017

Lil Kixzy drops new hit

Lil Kixzy, one of Kwasu's baddest rappers drops a new hit few days ago. The Rapper who was recently nominated at Elite Vibez 2017 and Emperor Awards respectively.

His first hit "Ballers" that he dedicated to all hustling souls is the more reason why you need to listen to this new dope track from him.

Click HERE to DOWNLAOD

Mar 19, 2017

Campus Trybe Media news coverage

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Mar 17, 2017

Dr Ajonbadi celebrates birthday - KWASU

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Kwasu's most outstanding lecturer was born today.

One of Kwasu's Overall best academic staff. Dr Hakeem Ajonbadi, a lecturer at the department of Business and Entrepreneurship, Director The center for Entrepreneurship and Staff Adviser for Enactus (Kwasu Chapter).  


Dr Hakeem Ajonbadi was one of the most sought after lecturers on the Campus of Kwara state University, Malete Kwara state not only because of his fluent English proficiency but rather for his sense of humor and understanding even when he's looking as serious as you can never imagined. It is no doubt that Dr Ajonbadi is the most popular academic face on the Campus and probably the Vice Chancellor should cone after him.Displaying IMG_20170317_103208_619.jpg
Students had took to various social networks platform to celebrate their lecturer in a grand style and expressed so much about his personality. 

Do you have a question for Dr Hakeem  Ajonbadi as he celebrates his birthday today, reach out to Campus Try be and we'll help you out..


From everyone at Campus Trybe Media, we say a very big Happy Birthday, Long life and Prosperity to Dr Hakeem Ajonbadi. 

Thanks for scolding kwasuites out of mal academics...

Mar 16, 2017

World Speech Day 2017 - KWASU

The annual World Speech Day 2017 was held in Kwasu and the program kicked off by 11:00 A.M at the Engineering building.

Opening Speech by Miss Ifeoluwa. (ICT)

"The future women have to work for"

A prosperous and effective features rely heavily on your present condition. It is vital for every woman to define their intending future.

According to the books of Faith, it should be noted that "Women are created to be a help mate and contribute to the whole development of existence and not a dependent being upon Men" women are meant to perfect existence.

Women should be dependent enough to sustain positive virtues that will contribute to the world development.


"Change begins with everyone"
by Abubakar Imam (ICT)

He advocated for youth involvement in Political happenings in the country. Implored Nigerian youths to cnecentrate on developing their countries, contribute their quota. Sighted an example of Students bypassing the queue at the ATM stand, disobedience of traffic rules and regulations. He asseted that the real change begins with us.

Adnan Ghazali (An Astronautic Engineering Student)

He proclaimed himself as an illetrate an identify how youths are getting themselves wrong such as Religious confusion among others. He advocated that youths should embrace friendliness, brotherhood and show care to those in needs.

The second speaker (Samuel) brushed through the lexical structure of the word "Better", he emphasised that "Better" comes from "Good". He confessed of his misconduct on how he stylishly make some little cash from selling photocopied materials to course mates and implore everyone to stay away from such acts. Also, he declared Nigerian youths to be success driven, battle ready and act against traditional and ethnocentric stereotypes.

Dolapo one of the speakers at the event talked about "Building valuable skills as a student", he emphasized on leveraging the internet to learn valuable skills that will increase individual level of productivity of youths. Also. he exclaimed that what you don't have you can't give and before we think of rendering assistance to the larger community.

"Enough of words and thoughts positive  actions are needed" were the resounding words of Kolapo Imam at the WORLD SPEECH DAY event held at Kwasu. Kolapo emphasized on the wrong use of the internet today. He juxtaposed between the "HIM" now and the previous "HIM", saying he loves what he is doing now, than what he was forced to do then (just study and get high grades). He spoke of his mentor EMDEE TIAMIYU as a source of motivation to him and many others. Also, he advised everyone to put in positivity to everything they are doing and expatiated on the use of digital devices (smartphones, ipads, laptops, tablets).

Lastly, he rhetorically asked attendees on
Where were you last 5 years?
Where and what did you get wrong?
Where do you want to be in the next five years?