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Monday, 25 December 2017

6 Reasons Why You Should Not Have A Boyfriend Or Girlfriend In School

Having a boyfriend/Girlfriend (being in a relationship) While in school, is prevalent among most Nigeria students. It is very difficult to find a mature student in Nigeria, who truly don't have a boyfriend or girlfriend, even from the secondary education level. Nevertheless, today I am going to explicitly explain, 6 reasons why you don't need a boyfriend/Girlfriend While in school.

So seat tight and let me take you through.

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1. You Get Distracted:

There is no doubt that, the reason for most failure is schools today, is as a result of the concept of having boyfriend/girlfriend in schools. Students who are engaged in this act, finds it very debilitating to focus on their studies, as they would not only have to think for themselves, but their partners too. They spend much time on their relationships, than any other thing. And this, has lure them to failure. This is one of the main reasons why students are not encouraged to go in relationships while in school.

2. You Miss Classes:

This is also an uncontrollable disadvantage of being in a relationship while in school. However, when you ask some student, they will say, they can't leave school for any boyfriend/girlfriend, but this fact is uncontestable. One day, you will be conformed to do so, and after sometime, it becomes a regular tour. You may think, this is totally impossible, but it is just fact. So, if you don't want to Start missing classes, you had better jettison the idea of relationship in school.

3. You Might Get rusticated:

This is another essential reason why you shouldn't have a boyfriend/Girlfriend While in school. You might not be as lucky as those who have been in this game for many years, without any problem. What if you get a girl pregnant? I think it will be the end of your education. Parental obligations set in, and I am also very sure, you will regret that all your life time. It is important you stop this very act, except you want to be a victim of the above.

4. You Become Notorious:

This is very known in the secondary education level. When any student is engaged in this execrable act, he/she becomes very notorious, the whole school starts seeing such person as a negative influence, which they truly are. Parents start telling their children to totally isolate themselves from sure person, because it is not condone here in Nigeria. So, if you don't want people to know you as a negative influence, then stop the concept of boyfriend/girlfriend while in school.

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5. To Much Pressure and Tension:

No student will want to look very dirty in front of his or her new relationship partner. And as so, they seem to be more cautious and tensed when they go out dressing abnormal or perhaps, doing that which they claimed they don't do to their partners.

If you want to live the most pressure-free school life, then desist from having a boyfriend/girlfriend while on school. You will kill your fear and tension in school.

6. You might end up traumatized:

Yes. You can eventually end up traumatized. This act (having a boyfriend/Girlfriend in school) can forced you to do those things which you truly do not want to. E.g Spend extravagantly, and more. And you know for sure, that spending too much is a bad habit in school, especially in Nigeria. So make sure you do away with this execrable act, and you will have the most comfortable school life.


Having said all these, one can rightfully say that having a boyfriend or a girlfriend while in school, does more bad than good to students in Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of education, or any level of institution at all. So students are advised to desist from it.

Friday, 22 December 2017

6 Menial Jobs That Can Fetch You Good Money In School

One of the most essential tip that can help a student live comfortably in school is, having a menial Job where little cash can be gotten from. if you have lived in any Nigeria institution before, I am sure you will be able tell, how helpful it is to have something doing in school.

Today, I will share with you six menial Jobs, that can fetch you good money while in school. The jobs highlighted below have been carefully selected. And in fact, they are the most lucrative menial jobs for very student.

Now let’s get going!!

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1. Designing and decoration:

With no doubt, decorating is one of the most profitable entrepreneurship job, that is fit for students. Any student with good skill in decoration and designing will at least, be able to eke out his daily bread thus, reducing the dependency rate on his/her parent. One other striking advantage of this entrepreneurship job is that, it is less demanding on student. It will never encroach on your study time, or stop you from doing all school activity, you ought to do.

2. Hair Dressing:

Today, hair dressing is no longer a Job for women. It is now a job for everyone. If you haven’t thought about hairdressing, then you must have been missing something out. Hair dressing is one of the most lucrative entrepreneurship job in the university. In fact, if you are very skilled in this aspect, it is possible that you totally sponsor yourself in school. The high test for fashion by many Nigeria students, has vastly made hair dressing the best and most lucrative menial job for student in Nigeria school.

3. Tailoring:

Just like hair dressing, tailoring is another venerable job for school students. Though, tailoring may demand much working materials, which might be out of a normal student’s capital. But this notwithstanding, tailoring can still be a source of good cash for students who want to live by themselves in school. All you need to do is to enrol in a training now, and be the best you can be, because there are much people doing this in school too.

4. Catering:

This might not be as lucrative as the other jobs I mentioned above, but without any doubt, it should also be a good choice of course for students who want to have something doing in school. Catering can fetch you good money if you are very good at it.

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5. Blogging:

Blogging is an obscure job especially, here in Nigeria. it has to do with writing for others to read, learn or get information. On the other hand, you earn from advertising platforms. One important reason why I recommend blogging for students is because, the job conform you to learn more.

However, blogging is too stressful and might not be good choice for students, whose course of study is also stressful. So, before moving into blogging, you must make sure it doesn’t distract your schooling. Note that, you may have to go through good tutorials, before enrolling into blogging less, you stand to loose.

6. Photographing:

Photographing is another way to earn good money in school. Just like hairdressing, it is very profitable and less demanding. All you need for a start, is a camera, and at least a little knowledge of how the business works. It is also worthy to note that photographing is not as profitable as the other jobs I mentioned. But, It can also fetch you good cash if you are good at it.

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Final Words

There are thousands of ways through which one can earn in school, but the ones I just rattle out, are the most profitable ways, and can be done by any sex status. Note that, it is not a must that you do any of the jobs I just mentioned. If you are a student with good talent( such as singing, dancing, comedy and many more), then you can also earn from it as well.

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.

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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


>> 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

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Less competitive courses in Nigeria That Can Get You Easy Admission

Hello, are you searching for a less competitive course to apply here in Nigeria? Look no further, as I bring to you 7 less competitive courses that will gain you easy admission. Though, getting admitted to study any course in Nigeria , isn't an easy task. But the once mentioned below makes the task more easier.

So, let's get going!!

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One preceding feature of students in this present day, is that they do not want any Job that will dirty their clothes. Even if it  very profitable. ALL they want is a kind of job that must require wearing of 'SUITS'. Even when it's not much lucrative.

Veterinary Medicine is one of those courses students, detest. But I must confess that, It is very lucrative. One other advantage of studying this course is that, it is very easy to gain admission to study it, since many students detest it.


Studying Language, is not as bad as many student had assumed. Most people say they end up teaching. But this is not always true. There are places where a language professionalist may be required. For instance, people working as ambassadors, representing the country outside. Or even on medias such as the,, All these media surely require a person with high professionalism in language. So you see, it is also very lucrative as well.


This is another lucrative course for students searching for a Less competitive course they can engage in. At present, Nigeria has less number of people wanting to go into farming, and this has greatly made the course even more profitable. Even when many students know that this course is profitable, they still find it very difficult to study it because of this same this same primitive ideology. Getting admission to study Agriculture, is also very easy. For these reasons I enjoin everyone searching for a less competitive course to study to consider Agriculture.


I don't know about you, but I don't think education courses are very odd. Education courses do not just earn you cash, they earn you much respect and honor from the public. Persons with much professionalism on courses like this one, can work in higher institutions and many other places. One other advantage here, is its easy admission offering in any institution at all. Education courses should be good choices of courses to make.


This deals with the construction and
improvement of farming equipments and machinery. With no doubt, Agricultural engineering is another less competitive course in Nigeria. However, people believe the primitive ideology that states 'Agriculture is a dirty job, and is meant for rural people' . Well, in Nigeria today Agriculture pays well and it should also be a good choice of study for students looking for a less competitive course in Nigeria as well.

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Because of the complexity of Mathematics, many student in Nigeria have refused to study it in the University. Thus, they have developed much detest for the subject. This notwithstanding, has made the course very cheap and easy for students to get admitted to study. If you are looking for a course that will offer you easy admission here in Nigeria, Then Mathematics should be one of them.


Just as the Name Implies, Building Technology has to do with construction of edifice(building). One striking probs about this course is that, it is very lucrative and less competitive too. If you want to get easy admission to the University, then building technology is a considerable choice for you, since it pays well and also reduce the streets of getting administration to the University.


Geology might not be as profitable as other courses mentioned above, but it is a good idea for students who will want to get easy admission into the university, due to its less competitive nature. Geology has to do with the study of the earth processes, such as landslides, earthquakes, floods etc.


I hope this will help you get a less competitive and profitable course that fits you. You can send your feed using the comment box. Thank you.

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.

Monday, 4 December 2017

See The New JAMB 2018 Registration Date

This is to inform the general public, that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), has officially promulgated the sales of the 2018 UTME/DE registration
form to start on the 6th of December 2017 and will end on the 6th February 2018. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria for academic session beginning in 2018. Sale/Registration Period.

Jamb has announced the registration date for 2018 examination

Requirements For Direct Entry

Below are the requirements for all DE candidate.

A minimum of Five(5) credit pass in  subjects at not more than two sittings with at least two prescribed subjects (for each discipline) at Principal or Advanced No subject shall be counted twice at both Ordinary and Advanced Level Two passes (in prescribed subjects for each discipline) at the Advanced-Level Examination of IJMB, Cambridge, JUPEB or Institute of Baccalaureate with SSCE/GCE, NTS/NBC credits equivalents in three other subjects Passes in two major subjects in the NCE with S.C.E., NTC/NBC credits or equivalents in THREE other subjects (mainly for Education Courses) and ND. For Education courses, Education may be accepted as a third A' Level subject Minimum of lower credit grade in National Diploma or National Innovation Diploma and the O'Level requirements.

General Entry Requirements
Below are the requirements for General Entry
The requirements for First Degree, National Diploma (ND), National Innovation Diploma (NID) and Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) programmes in Universities, other Degree-Awarding Institutions, Monotechnics, Polytechnics, Innovation Enterprise Institutions and Colleges of Education are five (5) O'Level Credit passes including Mathematics and English. You can see more comprehensive details in the JAMB online Brochure.


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