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JAMB Today News Update On Release Of Results, 9th May 2019

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The National Union Of Teachers Chairman Urged JAMB To Release Innocent Candidate Result – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

The National Union of Teachers, NUT chairman, Mr Adesina Adedoyin urged the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. UTME board to release the UTME result of innocent candidate that are not involved in examination misconduct. He buttresses his point by saying that the innocent candidate doesn’t have to suffer the consequence for the guilty ones, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

While stating this on Tuesday in Lagos, he said no examination malpractice can be carried out without inducement by the parent to the JAMB staff, meaning the JAMB staff were also involved in the success of the malpractice and added that the examination malpractice is also due to the societal problem the country is currently facing.

He also goes against the JAMB’s Policy that every candidate shall rewrite the exam if the number of candidates involved in examination malpractice is more than the number of failed candidates. He then finally stated that the Computer Based Test implored by JAMB in order to reduce examination malpractice is not valid and reliable and should be put to test.

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JAMB Registrar Should Be Commended For Fight Against Admission Fraudster – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

The Nigeria education system is currently facing poor quality of learning. Which is the reason for the so much examination malpractice? It was once stated that JAMB should be scrapped but the opinion later changed when each University was later asked to access the student themselves through post UTME exams, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

Therefore the JAMB registrar, Prof Ishaq Oloyede should be praised for fighting against those people involved in Admission fraudster. The private Universities are already prepared for the 2019/2020 admission but the JAMB result is yet delaying them. The JAMB is therefore pleaded to release the innocent candidate result as they combat against fraudsters.

 

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Afe Babalola Pleaded To JAMB To Release Result – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

The founder of Afe Babalola University also pleaded to JAMB to release the candidate’s results, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, Afe Babalola release a statement where he quoted that:

“I will like to appeal to JAMB to do the best it could to fast-track its on-going commendable biometric verification exercise and release the results of its recently conducted examinations so that when we are combating the fraudsters, the innocent parents and children do not suffer.”

 

The CACOL Praise JAMB For Suspending 76 CBT Centre And Apprehension Of 100 Candidates – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

The Centre for 2019Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL praise JAMB for the removal of the 76 CBT Centre and apprehension of about 100 candidates involving in examination malpractice in the 2018/2019 UTME examination, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

The executive chairman of CACOL, Debo Adeniran on Monday quoted by saying:

“We would recollect that during the 3rd Annual seminar of the Nigerian Academy of Education, held last weekend, the JAMB Registrar, Professor Ishaq Oloyede revealed how security operatives caught some cheats who tried to cut corners in collaboration with some JAMB officials and operators of some of the CBT entres.

“He revealed how unknown to them, Closed Circuit Television Cameras, CCTV, was recording every inch of their action unknown to them.

“The JAMB Registrar expressed amazement at the number of people perpetrating these anomalies even amongst its own staff.”

 

Prof. Oloyede Stated That Results Would Be Investigated Well Before Release – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

A JAMB special technical task team uncovered that JAMB arrested about 136 suspects of which 48 out of them are from Bauchi. Five people are arrested in Sokoto and Lagos state. Suspects are arrested in about 23 states out of 36 states, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

Arrests were also made in the following states namely, Kwara, Kebbi, Gombe, Ekiti, Abia, Delta, Plateau, Oyo, Borno, Enugu, Adamawa, Rivers, Kaduna, Bayelsa, Edo, Ebonyi and the Federal Capital Territory.

Prof. Oloyede then added that more would still be arrested and the results of the candidate would be investigated well enough before it would be released.

 

JAMB Ban 100 CBT Centres Over Examination Misconduct – JAMB TODAY NEWS UPDATE

There are 687 CBT centres across the nation in which 100 of the centres were recently banned by JAMB due to their involvement in examination misconduct. Following the ban, the result may likely be released starting from Friday, NIGERIA NEWS reports.

Dr Fabian Benjamin who happened to be the board representative said JAMB would start releasing the result latest by the weekend. He quoted during his briefing:

“In the course of our biometric examination, over 100 centres are discovered to be involved in acts, not in tandem with JAMB rules and have been banned from participating in examinations,”

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  1. Hussaina mujtaba

    May 12, 2019 at 1:37 pm

    Please its true that sone student will rewrite JAMB in 20th may?

  2. hussaina mujtaba

    May 12, 2019 at 1:40 pm

    please its true that some student will rewrite the JAMB on 20th may 2019?

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Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Unizik 2019 cut off mark, post UTME & Admission List Details

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The 2019 admission process into the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Unizik will soon commence we at NIGERIA NEWS is going to update you through all the news and update concerning the 2019 post UTME, registration, admission list, and ABU cut off mark.

Since Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Unizik has not released any cut off mark for the 2019 admission process, we are hereby issuing the 2019 guidelines and details to forecast the likely scenario for the admission process, the post utme result and the Post UTME registration

The admission for Unizik, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka 2019 is expected to commence around September 2019, and before that time, NIGERIA NEWS will do all the best to bring in the confirm news, details and.

For the fact that no post UTME yet, no admission procedure and no Post JAMB registration for the 2019 Unizik, we cannot bring any confirm details right now. As JAMB just concluded the 2019 examination and the result just released a few weeks ago.

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In the meantime, you can use the comment below to ask all your questions on the cut off mark of Unizik, the post UTME registration, the post utme result and the admission guidelines for the next admission details.

 

There are certain criteria to be observed by students before being admitted to study in any of the courses in any university. One of these which include meeting the required cut off mark for each school’s as well as the courses itself. It is very easy to obtain admission if one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into a particular course.

Cut off mark is an agreed score set by a particular institution as basic of admitting students into the department of study. This score is usually accredited to candidates based on their performance in a particular examination. However, students who have scored above the required cut off mark will be given admission and preferentially treated in admission process above those who have met the exacts cut off mark.

 

UNIZIK Departmental Cut-off Point

Med lab 259

Med rehab 248.5

Radiography 262.5

Medicine 293

Pharmacy 282

Nursing 272.5

Anatomy 237.5

Physiology 222.5

Law 254

Accountancy 240

Bank and Finance 221

Bus admin 235

Cooperative Economics 236

Marketing 203.5

Public administration 230.5

Pol science 240

Psychology 239

Mass Comm 245.5

Sociology 233

Economics 252.5

Computer science 227

Geology 230.5

Mathematics 173.5

Pure and industrial chem 171

Physics and industrial physics 40 in post UTME

Applied Biochemistry 218

Applied Microbiology 213.5

Physics and ind physics 170

Statistics 171

Chemical engineer 250.5

Civil 245

Elect Engr 243.5

Electronic/computer engr 251

Industrial prod engr 210.5

Mech Engr 243

Material and met engr 209

Polymer 203.5

Architecture 228

Building 172

Environmental Mgt 174

Estate mgt 194.5

Fine and applied arts 176.5

Geo met 206.5

Quantity survey 175

Survey and geo 172.5

Adult education 209.5

econs education 234

Political science education 213.5

Edu mgt and pol 206.5

Edu foundation 201.5

Computer edu 194.5

Vocation edu 196

Technical edu 176

Early childhood edu 170

Guidance and counselling 205.5

Library science 218

Science Edu 203.5

Science Edu with biology 210

Edu Chemistry 214

Physics edu 171.5

Physical and Health Education 40 in PostUTME

Integrate edu 203.5

Maths edu 171.5

Igbo Education 178

English Education 220

French education 171

English 235.5

Music 191.5

Igbo 184.5

Chinese 40 in PostUTME score

History 233.5

Linguistic 217

French and modern euro language 192.5

Philosophy 217

Religion 212.5

Theatre arts 229.5

Agriculture 193.5

Agric eco and extension 195.5

Food science 200

Forestry 187.5

Botany 190.5

Parasitology 185

Zoology 194

Agric and bioresource 172.5

Important Notice
All candidates who sat for the Unizik POST UTME and meet or exceed the above cut-off points stand a better chance of getting admitted into the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka to study their chosen course.

Unizik Faculties
Faculty of Agriculture
Faculty of Arts
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Faculty of Biosciences
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences and Technology
Faculty of Law
Faculty of Management Sciences
Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty of Physical Sciences
Faculty of Social Sciences

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WAEC Civic education 2019 Questions answers & ‘expo’?

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  Waec candidates will take their WAEC 2019 civic education test tomorrow, the 22 of May 2019. The test is for humanitarian students sitting for WAEC.

the Civic Education Questions and Answers will begin by 9:30 am. tomorrow. a deep study into the fundamentals of WAEC civic education past questions and answers will guarantee an A for the determined students when the 2019 waec results are out.

It is ideal to do your own reading and studying which is the manner by which you can pass waec civic Education test.
The test is separated into 2 sections

Paper 1 (objective)

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This is Waec Civic education Objective question paper which is about 50 questions. It typically take 40% of the whole score and you will be required to give answers inside 60 minutes.

Paper 2 (essay)

This part is the WAEC exposition questions and it will be separated into 2 segments. Spanning around 2 hours and 30 minutes.

If you believe that cheating during the WAEC exams is the same as cheating yourself then here are some valuable tips help you pass without expo.

Go to your Exam Hall very early

This is indeed very important. Getting there early gives you a psychological advantage. You will be able to relax and settle your mind.

This does not guarantee that anyone, which includes those that have not read their book, that comes to the exam hall early will pass. Yet, no matter how much you have studied, if you get to your hall late, it will affect your performance. NIGERIA NEWS has provided a full timetable for WAEC 2019 so that you can view for your next WAEC 2019 examination

Relate only with people that are better than you

This is also important if you wish to get an A tomorrow. This is just related to the saying that “Iron sharpeneth Iron”.

The advice is simple and straight forward, and it is advisable to study with the best student. You will benefit from this mutual knowledge than studying with an unserious individual.

WAEC expos

Be careful of WAEC cheats else you forfeit the entire exam. WAEC has placed a strict rule on cheating and it is a stupid risk to take by entering an exam hall with an expo.

Apart from this, how sure are you that these cheats are 100% correct?

Most students have become victims of wrong answers which they have actually purchased. Yet, rather than coming out in flying colours, their results were painted in the red color.

Be wise and be warned, you can pass WAEC without cheating and you can equally do this by following the tips here.

Goodluck!

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