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Wednesday, 20 December 2017

Easy Step-by-step Registration Process For Jamb Registration 2018/2019

In this tutorial, i will share with you, easy the steps, in to make a successful JAMB registration. Please, make sure read assiduously and ensure you follow the steps listed carefully.

Now, let's get going.

Also Read: 73 likely question that will be asked in JAMB examination

Step 1: Creating A Confirmation Code (N50)

Firstly, you need to create a confirmation code with your mobile phone, by sending your “Surname Firstname Othername” to 55019.  This will cost you only but just N50. With any network of your choice.

After doing this, a confirmation message will be sent to your phone by Jamb in less than 30 minute. This message will also contain a confirmation code. Please keep this code safe as it will be essential in purchasing your E-pin.

STEP 2: Purchasing Your E-pin

Now, you need to purchase an E-pin from the bank. When you get to the bank, You will be asked to present the confirmation code which was sent to your phone by Jamb. This pin will be used to generate the E-pin you need. (Note that this will cost you N500).

STEP 3: Making Your Registration

Now that everything is set up, you can proceed to any Jamb registration center near you to complete your registration. Before going there, make sure you have the following with you.

>>O'level results

>>Generated E-pin

>>passport

>> Probably Your confirmation Code

You will be asked to provide all these things before registration is completed. (you will ask to pay your N5000 for the registration and another N700 to the registration center).

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Important Notice

After a successfully registered, you will be offered your registration printout. Please note that this printout is very essential, so you must keep it safe.

It is also worthy to know that the phone number you will use for receiving the confirmation code must not have been used before. So, if you have used your phone number to register before, then you should get a new phone number for it.

Please don't give any unknown person to do this for you, so you won't fall victim of scamming

Monday, 18 December 2017

Important Mistakes You Should Not Make In The On Going JAMB Examination

As the 2018 JAMB Registration Registration is still on going, I have been able to detect some mistakes students incurred in the process of making a safe registration for the exam. Some of the points mentioned here may sound light, but can cause a huge damage if not treated with care . Basically I will speak on four mistakes today, which are broadly typified below.


1. Other Of Candidate's Name:

This is an essential tip you should not forget during JAMB registration. Some novice candidate don't take is serious, but notwithstanding, it is very key.

You must ensure that your Name Comply with the exact Name on your Certificate of birth, as well as other important file you have (E.g WAEC result, Post UTME etc). Also note that they must be on the same format too.
E.g If  Mr A has his name as "Ikechukwu Okeke David" (On his certificate of birth), he must also have this same name, and order of names on his JAMB form too.

Failing to do this will not stop you from writing the exam or reduce your score in the exam. But it may cost you your admission or will require about N3,000 to get it changed to what you want. Please do your best to get this right during registration, and shear it with others.



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2. How To Make Your Choice Of Institution:

Doing this is quit easy, but many candidate still get it all wrong. Before I speak on the point, i advise every candidate that wants to make the right choice of institution in the 2018 JAMB registration, to first of all, make good research about his/her choices before filling them in your JAMB form.

Note that, not all university in Nigeria accept candidates who make them their second choice. E.g UNN UNIBADAN  and many more. This is why you should need plethora of details, before making any school your choice.

Now, after you have finish making your research, and fell you have gotten the best university that suit your course, You can now fill them in the form. But how?

Note that, You can use any polytechnic of your choice, or even a collage of education as your first choice. There is nothing wrong with that. But for those who want to study in the university or want to consolidate their chance of success, it is better you make it, cover all the type of institutions. Be it university, polytechnic, college of education.

Now, since four choices are made available, it is best to make your first choices A UNIVERSITY, your second choice AN ALTERNATIVE UNIVERSITY, third choice A POLYTECHNIC and lastly A COLLEGE OF EDUCATION.

It is very important that you do this as it offers you an alternative when you fate in getting admitted into your first/second choice becomes blur.



3. Giving Out Money To Fraudsters/Scammers:

Recently, JAMB warned candidates to be careful of websites/persons that disseminate fake JAMB questions to students, just to get money from them.

Even though this is not eclectic, I always warn students not to give out money to anybody, all in the name of help, especially in times like this. I know why I am saying this, and students who also took this exam last year can also attest of it too.  Many fraudsters earn from students who fall victim of this. Do not allow anyone deceive you.

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4. Not Taking Time To Ask Questions Before For Making Moves:

I will always assert this to candidates. It is said that "information is power" and as so it is very key to ask questions and learn from others. This will help you do things the best way possible. Like I said before, make research before choosing your course and even your choice of institution. Look for a trusted school website that will feed you with the most right details you need. It must not be our website but make sure it is trusted. By this way, you hardly go offline.



Other Important Tips:

Lastly, if you intend to wait till February, before you register for the examination, you better change that idea now. Because by 2018, the request for the form will be enormous, and may cost you too much time and energy to attain. So why don't you go for it now?
It can even make jamb, assign a center far from where you registered for you. Which you must go. So it is important you register as early as possible.

In conclusion: Please ensure that you do the right thing the right way make sure you ask question before filling your form, pay your fee in the right bank and avoid cheating. Buy doing this, God will help you all.

Other questions should be referred to me using the comment box.

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

JAMB Warns Candidates Against Fake Past Questions/ Website


The Joint Admission And Matriculation Board (JAMB), has warn students, against a fake past question that has already been circulated in the country by a fake website.

This was made known by the Head of Media, Mr . Fabian Benjamin. And
made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja on Tuesday.


JAMB, while repudiating this counterfeit papers, said “ The fake past questions in CD ROM entitled, “

The board, publicly affirmed that they are not responsible for such activity, and also enjoined candidates to be careful, so they won't be  a victim of it.

The board also said it had not authorised any individual or groups to do so on its behalf.

“ As a responsible and responsive organisation, we will not be part of any ploy to defraud innocent
candidates. We have put machineries in motion to our outlets and service providers not to be used as channels
of exploitation or distribution of such fake items. ’’

It also restated its commitment to always ensure that all candidate who apply for its examination are not deceived, while calling on them to also avoid fake online sites.

In conclusion, it urged intending candidates to study hard for the impending examinations. And make sure they seek information from right sources.

Final Words.

Just as the board has said, please we apple to you, to only seek information from well pronounced websites. Do not visit any site that is after your money. There are many Education websites online, but only few gives ratified education news.

Remember: Our Aim is to consolidate your  chances of success.
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Monday, 11 December 2017

12 Wrong English Sentence/Phrases You Have Been Making And Their Corrections

Hello everyone, today we will discuss some wrong English sentence/phrases that is prevalent among students. Most especially, in Nigeria.

I advise you read painstakingly and study the sentences, as they will help you improve your grammatical structure.

Now, let's get going.



1. BIRDS OF THE SAME FEATHERS.

Note that the proverb " birds of a feather"  is never "birds of the same feathers". The correct form of this is;

"Birds of a feather" Not "Birds of the same feathers"

2. POSSIBLE BEST or BEST POSSIBLE

Avoid the use of "BEST POSSIBLE" or "POSSIBLE BEST". Simply say "BEST".

For example, " I will try my best"

3. SO AND THEREFORE

Note that, it is wrong to use "SO" and "THEREFORE" together or "STILL" and "YET" together. You must only use one.

For example:

- I know him, So therefore... (wrong)
- I know him, so... Or I know him, therefore.... (Correct)

4. PRESENTLY  AND AT PRESENT

Note that the word  " PRESENTLY" means "very soon". It does not mean "AT THE MOMENT". So, if you mean to say 'Now',  say "AT PRESENT" or " AT THE MOMENT".

"I will see you presently", means "I will "see you very soon"

5.  " I was introduced to the Chairman and the Vice Chairman of company"

  " I was introduced to the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the company"

I know many  many will not be able to tell, which is right or wrong. Nevertheless, since the Chairman is not the same as the Vice Chairman, it is necessary you repeat the definite article (the).

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6. "If I were wrong, I'd be the first to admit it."

" If I was wrong, I'd be the first to admit it."

Well, in this case, the first sentence is correct. This is because subjunctive mood requires "WERE", when the conjunction "IF"  introduced a supposition.

7. "Nothing shall ever come between you and i,' he told her."

"Nothing shall ever come between you and me,' he told her."

The correct sentence here is,  "Nothing shall ever come between you and me,' he told her." Because, the preposition "between", is always followed by the objective form of the pronoun.

8. "Can you imagine him forgetting a date like that?

"Can you imagine his forgetting a date like that?

The correct form here is the second sentence. Be the possessive case ( his) should be used for a pronoun followed by a gerund.

9. It is worthy to Note that the response "HOW DO YOU DO" is not a question requiring a further answer by the one introducing himself or herself. However,  in greetings,  if. Mr A ask, "how do you do" Mr B  will respond with "how do you do, too"

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10. TO BATH / BATHE

To "BATH", means "to wash the whole body" whereas "BATHE" means "to wash a path of the body, especially one which is in pain.

E.g " The doctor ordered that he BATHE  his sprained fingers in tepid water"

11. AEROPLANE/ AIRCRAFT/ AIRPLANE

AIRCRAFT is the general name for aeroplane, jet, Airbus etc, AEROPLANE is a form of such in British-English where "AIRPLANE" is the "American-English"

12. "In competitive sport, one can't afford to rest on his laurels".

"In competitive sport, one can't afford to rest on one's laurels".

Sentence 2 is correct because, the indefinite pronoun "ONE" should be followed by "One's",  which is also indefinite, not by the personal pronoun his. 



Having known all these, I am sure you are already delighted.  That notwithstanding, I still want to test you on something simple.

Simply choose the correct answer for the following

(a) Due to the postal strike, I did not receive your later in time.

(b) Owing to the postal strike, I did not receive your later in time.

Now, you can post your answers below.

Saturday, 9 December 2017

73 Likely Questions From "In Dependent" That Might Be Asked In Jamb Examination

Hello everyone. Welcome to the MYSCHOOLNEWS online exam preparation threat. Today we have bring to you, 73 Likely Questions From the  "In Dependent" by Sarah Mayinka, That Might Be Asked In The 2018  JAMB Examination.

The questions below are picked from different sources, to consolidate the chances of success of our reader. We advice to read painstakingly, and make sure you study the questions very well, as they might be asked in Jamb examination.

Answers are indicated by this sign (√)





Lets get going

1. “An old man should be contemplating his mortality than dreaming of women” – this statement was stated by who?

a) Tayo
b) Mr. Richardson
√c) Mr. Ajayi
d) Miriam

2. Which day of the week did Tayo leave Nigeria for Oxford in 1963?

a) Saturday
b) Sunday
√c) Monday
d) Tuesday

3. How many people were in the car when Tayo was being taken to Uncle Kayode’s place?

a) three
b) four
√c) five
d) six

4. The names of Tayo’s cousin in England were

a)Modupe and Tunde
b) Tunde and Yusuf
c) Bolaji and Ike
√d) Tunde and Jumoke

5. In 1963, Uncle Kayode returned from abroad as

√a) a senior army officer
b) an engineer
c) a wealthy politician
d) a Professor of English Language

6. ‘You’re off to be a Baliol man’ – who stated this?

a) Tyo’s father
b) Uncle Kayode
c)Ucle Bola
√d) Headmaster Faircliff

7. For what purpose is Tayo travelling to England?

Ans: To take up a scholarship at Balliol College, Oxford

8. What is the name of Tayo’s school in England?

Ans: Balliol College

9. What is the significance of Tayo’s visit to relatives before embarking on his journey to England?

Ans: It is their tradition

10. Through what means of transportation does Tayo travel to England?

Ans: Water

11. Why is Tayo surprised that people do not greet each other in passing in England?

Ans: Because in Nigeria, so much value is attached to greetings

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12. In what subject did Bisi receive the highest honours?

Ans: Geography

13. In the Ajayi motto, all things are expected to be done with moderation except what?

Ans: Study

14. Who is Mr Barker?

Ans: He His headmaster and Mr Faircliffe’s old colleague

15. What reminds Tayo of his mother in the Barkers’ house?

Ans: Isabella cooks wonderful meals
in a way that reminds Tayo of his mothe

16. Christine was in her third year of study when?

Ans: Tayo met her for the first Time

17. What is Vanessa Richardson’s nationality?

Ans; English

18. What is the name of the friend that Vanessa wrote a letter to, concerning the status of women?

Ans: Jane





19. The full meaning of JACARI is?

Ans: Joint Action Committee Against Racial Inequality

20. What are Christine’s reasons for putting an end to her relationship with Tayo?

Ans: Because she was called ‘clingy’ and the fear of her boy being snatched by some woman.

21. The language of fun among Tayo’s Nigerian friends is ?

Ans: Pidgin

22. What are the things that made Tayo remember home each time he is at Christine’s place?

Ans: Her cooking which reminds him of mama and the juju and highlife music she plays

23. What is the trait that Nessa cherises in Tayo and that is absence in Charlie and Mehul?

Ans: Humility

24. In Tayo’s opinion, what are the root causes of oil corruption and a broken civil service in Nigeria?

Ans: Greed and mismanagement

25. In what university was Tayo offered a job?

Ans: Birmingham University

25. Who is Miriam?

Answer: Tayo’s wife

26. Whose diary did Tayo discover in his study?
(No answer)

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27. Why is Miriam loved by Tayo’s family?

Ans: She nursed Tayo’s father with care when he had stroke

28. Whose house is described as ‘Beauty in the Heart of Darkness’?

Ans: Uncle Kayode’s house

28. What is the name of the local artiste that took Tayo to the village?

Ans: Akin

29. What led to the closure of universities?

Ans: University students protest

30. For what reason is Tayo Opposed to leaving the country?

Ans: He Wanted to wait and help his students

31. In order of occurrence, what are the challenges Tayo faced that made him reconsider leaving Nigeria?

Ans: The broken pipe, his house boy’s leave of him, his disappointment in the Foundation
and threats to his life.

32. What was his purpose of planning to travel to New York, even though he eventually could not?

Ans: To receive an award for his book

33. Why did Simon arrange a meeting for Tayo and whom did he hold it with?

Ans: To help in the possible funding of Tayo’s university

34. What was the outcome of the meeting?

Ans: Disappointment






35. Who challenged Tayo on the road on his way home?

Ans: The soldiers

36. What reason did the soldiers give for bringing Tayo home?

Ans: They said Tayo had an accident while driving recklessly

37. What circumstance led to the death of Nessa’s mother?

Ans: Cancer

38. What killed Tayo’s father?
Ans: Stroke

39. By what means did Tayo’s mother die?

Ans: An accident

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40. How many years of marriage did Nessa and Edward celebrate at their wedding anniversary?

Ans: 18 years

41.Tayo was offered a job by ____ University in England but turned it down

√a) Birmingham
b) Oxford
c) San Fransico
d) Cambridge

42.Yusuf warned Tayo about his

√ a) criticism of the government
b) alcohol addiction
c) inability to take care of his family
d) loss of interest in organized religion

43. How did Tayo meet Miriam?
a) at a Chinese Restaurant
b) at the University he taught
c) Miram was his family househelp
√d) Miriam was the nurse that attended to his father

44. When Tayo told Kemi of his first visit to the Aureol, Kemi thought the little girl Tayo saw was

a) Vanessa
b) Sister Bisi
√c) Miriam
d) Joy

45. Aunty Bayo was

a) Tayo’s cousin
√b) Uncle Kayode’s first wife
c) Tayo’s father’s last wife
d) Miriam’s sisters

46. Uncle Kayode married Helene in

a) 1963
b) 1984
√c) 1974
d) 1990

47. ____ took Tayo to meet his uncle ____

√a) Akin, in Atan
b) Bayo, In Ibadan
c) Samir, in Ibadan
d) Yusuf, in Aja

48. In 1984, Tayo was Chair of the department of

√a) History
b) PPE
c) literature
d) Law

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49. Ike worked in

a) a petroleum company
b) the Ministry of Agriculture
c) the British
Administration
√d) the Ministry of Education

50. Why was Tayo unable to talk with the Old man he went to visit the second day he arrived?

a) he was tired and needed to rest
b) the old man had died
c) he felt he still had enough time later √d) he was besieged by visitors all day

51. The old man Tayo met started work with Lord Lugard in

a) 1914
√b) 1912
c) 1942
d) 1960

52. The old man Tayo met had in possession Lord Lugard’s

a) official seal
b) Potrait the press did not have
c) favorite glasses
√d) official robe

53. How many nights had passed by the time Tayo left the Old man’s place?

√a) three
b) two
c) four
d) just one night

54.What was the cause of Tayo’s mother’s death?

a) heart attack
b) undisclosed illness
c) Gun shots
√d) Car accident

55. Where did Simon suggest that they (him, Tayo and their two girlfriends) spend Easter?

Ans: Paris

56. Christine died by?

Ans: Suicide

57. Why did Tayo feel guilty about Christine’s death?

Ans: His refusal to respond properly to her letters and not giving her attention

58. Who is the only family Tayo has in England?

Ans: Tunde

59. Why does Vanessa’s father detest Uncle Tony?

Ans: To him, he is unconventional to him and because he had the opportunity of achieving a
place at Cambridge University which Vanessa’s father didn’t have

60. What qualities did the narrator ascribe to Nancy?

Ans; She is being described as having a ‘supercilious (arrogantly proud) tone and feigned generosity’

61. What made Tayo realise how lucky he was for getting a scholarship at Balliol?

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Ans: He witnessed the life of struggle most African students live, engaging in ridiculous and exhausting jobs such as bakery and hospital work to make ends meet

62. What do the signs: “No Dogs, No Irish, No Coloureds’’ (Africans and Indians) symbolise in the novel?

Ans: Racism

63. The least strenuous work was reserved for whom?

Ans: The English

64. Where was bathing done since there is no bathroom in Tunde’s house?

Ans: Kitchen (in tins) or public baths.

65. For what purpose(s) did Tunde throw a party in his house?

Ans: For Tayo and to celebrate Gambia’s independence

66. ‘’Nigerian women are the best’’ who said this?

Ans: Yusuf

67. Whose wedding did Tayo and Vanessa attend?

Ans: Yusuf’s

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68. Joyce was expected to be the bride, but the bride turned out to be whom?

Ans: Joy

69. ‘’No! Don’t Moremi me’’ Who made this statement?

Ans: Vanessa

70. Who is Dele?

Ans: The village drunk

71. What circumstance led to the end of Tayo and Vanessa’s relationship?

Ans: Tayo impregnated a woman

72. In this narrative, Nessa’s dreams as portrayed by the writer are…?

Ans: Writing about African art and culture

73. Who is Salamatou?

Ans: A single mother of half-caste Sulaiman

Now that we have the most likely questions from the In Dependent, we can now now discuss other important parts in this novel that were not talked about here.

So what do have to say?

Friday, 8 December 2017

Correct JAMB Subject Combination For All Courses In Nigeria

Following the mistakes many student made in the cause of finding the right JAMB subject combination for their divergent courses, I have decided to shear with you the correct subject combination for all courses in Nigeria Universities.

Please make sure you follow the combinations below strictly.


OTHER OF PRESENTATION


1. JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL ART COURSES

2. JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL SCIENCE COURSES

3. JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSES




 

JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL ART COURSES:



√ Arabic and Islamic Studies:

•Use of English
• Arabic 
•and two subjects from Arts or
Social Sciences.

√ Christian Religious Studies:

•Use of English
•two Arts subjects including 
•Christian Religious Knowledge  
•Any other subject.

√ English and Literary Studies:

•Use of English
•Literature in English
•Government or History 
•Any other Arts subjects.

√ Fine and Applied Arts

•Use of English Language
•Fine Art 
•Two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

√ Foreign Languages and Literature:

•Use of English Language
•Fine Art 
•Two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

√ French:

•English
• French 
 •Any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

√ Hausa:

•English, Hausa
•Lit in English  
•Any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.

√ History and International Studies:

•Use of English
•History/Government 
•Any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

√ Law:

•English
•Literature 
•Any other art subject
•Any other social Science subjects.


√ Linguistics:

•English, 
•Two relevant Arts subjects 
•Any other subject.

√ Theatre Arts:

•Use of English
•Literature in English 
•Two other relevant subjects.

√ Igbo:

•English 
•Igbo
•two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

√ Mass Communication:

•Use of English
•Literature in English
•Economics 
•Government or CRK/IRK.

√ Music:

•Use of English
•Music
•one other Arts subject 
•Any other subject.

√ Yoruba:

•Use of English
•Yoruba 
•Two other subjects in
Arts or Social Sciences.






JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL SCIENCE COURSE.

√ Agriculture:

•English
•Chemistry
•Biology/Agriculture 
•Any one of Physics and Mathematics.

√ Agricultural Economics:

•English Language
•Chemistry
• Biology / Agricultural Science 
•Mathematics.

√ Agricultural Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Agricultural Extension:

• English
• Chemistry
• Biology/Agricultural Science
• Mathematics or Physics.

√ Agronomy

• English
• Chemistry
• Biology or Agriculture 
• Physics or Mathematics.

√ Anatomy

• English
• Mathematics
• Biology 
• Chemistry or Physics.

√ Animal Production and Science:

• Use of English
• Chemistry
• Biology/Agric Science
and Physics/Mathematics.

√ Architecture:

• English
• Physics
• Mathematics
• Any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

√ Biochemistry:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics 
• Chemistry.


√ Biological Sciences:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Chemistry 
• Physics or Mathematics.

√ Botany:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Chemistry
• Any other Science subject.

√ Building:

• Use of English
• Physics
• Mathematics
• Any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

√ Chemistry:

• Use of English
• Chemistry 
• Two of Physics,
Biology and Mathematics.

√ Civil Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics
• Chemistry.

√ Chemical Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Computer Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics and Chemistry.

√ Computer Science:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• one of Biology, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Economics
and Geography.

√ Crop Production and Science:

• English
• Chemistry
• Biology/Agriculture
• Mathematics or Physics.

√ Dentistry:

• Use of English
• Chemistry
• Biology
• One Science
subject.

√ Electrical Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Electronic Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Estate Management:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics and 
•One other subject.

√ Fisheries:

• Use of English
• Chemistry
• Biology/Agricultural Science 
• Any other Science subject.

√ Food Science and Technology:

• Use of English
• Chemistry
• Mathematics / Physics
• Agricultural Science.

√ Forestry:

• Use of English
• Chemistry
• Biology or Agriculture
• Physics or Mathematics.

√ Geology:

• Use of English 
• any three Chemistry, Physics,
Mathematics, Biology and Geography.

√ Industrial Chemistry:

Use of English, Chemistry, Mathematics and any of
Physics/Biology/Agricultural Science.

√ Mathematics:

• Use of English
• Mathematics and 
• any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

√ Marine Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Mechanical Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Medical Laboratory Science:

• English Language,
• Physics
• Chemistry 
• Biology.

√ Medical Rehabilitation:

• Use of English
• Physics
• Chemistry
• Biology.

√ Medicine and Surgery:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics 
• Chemistry.


√ Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics and 
• Chemistry.

√ Microbiology:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Chemistry 
 • Either Physics or Mathematics.

√ Nursing:

• Use of English
• Physics,
• Biology 
• Chemistry.

√ Petroleum and Gas Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics and
• Chemistry.

√ Pharmacy:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Physiology:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Physiotherapy:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics
• Chemistry.

√ Physics:

• Use of English
• Physics
• Mathematics
• Chemistry or Biology.

√ Production and Industrial Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Pure and Applied Mathematics:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics 
• Biology or Agricultural Science or Chemistry or Geography.

√ Quantity Surveying:

• Use of English
• Physics
• Mathematics
• And any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

√ Radiography:

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics 
• Chemistry.

√ Statistics:

• Use of English
• Mathematics 
• Any two of Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Agricultural Science.

√ Soil Science:

• English
• Chemistry
• Biology or Agricultural Science
• Mathematics or Physics.

√ Structural Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics
• Chemistry.

√ Surveying and Geo informatics:

• Use of English
• Physics
• Mathematics
• And any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

√ Systems Engineering:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Physics and 
• Chemistry.

√ Urban and Regional Planning:

• English
• Mathematics
• Geography 
•One of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

√ Veterinary Medicine

• Use of English
• Biology
• Physics and 
• Chemistry.

√ Zoology:

•Use of English
•Biology 
•Any two of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. 





 JAMB SUBJECT COMBINATION FOR ALL SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSES




√ Accountancy:

•Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• Any
other Social Science subject.

√ Banking and Finance:

• Use of English
• Mathematics, 
•One Social Science
subject and any other subject.

√ Business Administration:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• Any other Social Science subject.

√ Business Management:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• One other subject.

√ Cooperative and Rural Development:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics
• One other subject.

√ Demography and Social Statistics:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics
• Geography 
• Any other subject.

√ Economics:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• Any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in
English, French and CRK/IRK. 

√ Geography:

• Use of English
• Geography 
• Two other Arts 
Social Science subjects.

√ Human Resources Management:

• Use of English
• Economics
• Government 
• Any other relevant subjects.

√ Industrial Relations:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• one other relevant subject.

√ Insurance:

• English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• one other subject.

√ International Relations:

• Use of English
• Economics
• Literature in English 
• Geography /Government/History.

√ Library Science:

• Use of English 
• Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

√ Marketing:

• Use of English
• Mathematics
• Economics  
• one other relevant Subject.

√ Mass Communication:

• Use of English
• Literature in English
• Economics 
• Government or CRK/IRK.

√ Philosophy:

• Use of English
• Government 
• Any other two subjects.

√ Political Science:

• Use of English
• Government 
• History 
• Two other Social Science/Arts subjects.

√ Psychology:

• Use of English
• And any three subjects from Arts or Social Science.

√ Public Administration:

• Use of English
• Government
• Economics 
• Any other subject.

√ Religious Studies:

• Use of English Language,
• CRK/IRS and 
• Any two other subjects.

√ Social Work:

•Use of English Language •Mathematics, Economics/Geography 
• Any other subject.

√ Sociology and Anthropology:

• Use of English
• Three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

√ Tourism:

• English
• Mathematics
• Economics 
• Any other subject.







Having known the correct subject combination for your course, it is essential you start making preparations on each subject. I advice you join the myschoonews.ga Facebook learning group. Click here!!!

Monday, 4 December 2017

See The Exact JAMB 2018 MOCK And Main Examination Date.

Exact date for jamb 2018 examination

Below are the exact dates for the conduct of the 2018/2019 UTME examination and mock examination. You can ask any questions partaking the 2018 JAMB Examination after this post, and I will do my best to tied you over.







2018/2019 POST-UTME DATE
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB), has announce the 2018 CBT examination to commence on Friday 9th, March and end on 17th March, 2018. The examinations will be conducted at candidate's chosen examination town.


NOTE:

Students should note that JAMB do not post candidates to their own choice of CBT center, Except if the Center the candidate chose can no longer take more student. For this reason, We advice all members of www.myschoolnews.ga to make hast to register for the exam.
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT

The registration Fee for the 2018/2019 UTME examination, still remain "Five Thousand (N5,000) Naira Only". Candidates are expected to pay an additional Five Hundred (N500) Naira Only to obtain the textbook for the year. Which are;

IN DEPENDENCE” for UTME Candidates and “ The Last Days at Forcados High School
for DE Candidates.

NOTE:

All candidates should note that, A CD containing JAMB eSyllabus, Brochure and other essential
materials is also given free to candidates as they register.



HOW YOU CAN PARTAKE IN THE OPTIONAL MOCK EXAMINATION

JAMB also conduct a mock examination in all it's accredited CBT centres to help prepare students for the main Examination. Candidates who are interested are advised to indicate their interest in the mock examination during registration provided it is on or before 31st December, 2017.

MOKE  EXAMINATION DATE:

The UTME MOCK examination will commence from Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th January, 2018.
NOTICE:

Candidates who are interested will have to pay the sum of N700 to the CBT center where they will write the exam. But this is after they have been notified to do so.



MY ADVICE FOR CANDIDATES.

I enjoin all candidate who want to really pass this exam, to try to participate in the MOCK examination (if you have the money). This is because, JAMB can even pick questions from there.
Lastly, Don't try to be too wise. Remember creating of multiple JAMB account is prohibited. Try to do only the things that are legal and God will help you.